URGENT: Matric (Maths and Science), jobs in Germiston – Mining and Metals industry – R8 000 per month, negotiable.

Are you open for new opportunities and keen to pursue a career in the Mining and Metals industry?   Have you matriculated with Maths and Science as subjects?   If you are physically fit and healthy and open to some manual labour, then this opportunity is ideal for you.   To apply, simply register your details here and email your updated CV in MS Word format, along with a copy of your Matric certificate to michele@enshrine.co.za   We have only a limited Read more...

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Preparing for interviews is something you can do even while waiting for opportunities to present themselves.  In fact, doing the right background preparation in advance can go a long way to fostering the right frame of mind for when you do have an interview lined up. First impressions have an enormous impact when meeting a prospective employer, so feeling confident and on top of your game will ensure that you present yourself in the most favourable light possible. Enshrine has put together Read more...

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For you, for me, for nature, for humanity:this is our business credo at Enshrine, and it is our heartfelt desire to bring these words to life and contribute in meaningful ways to really making a difference.In order to transform words into acts that foster sustainability, economic development and gainful employ for the people of Africa, we have embraced playing the role of broker for initiatives we feel have both their hearts and minds in the right place. Our agreement with clients is that we pass Read more...

Adding to the Treasure Trove

Adding to the Treasure Trove Posted by John on May 14, 2011 in News Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere (Chinese Proverb) When we create the right conditions for learning to take place it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy: we learn how to learn and then … we can learn anything.  The future of South Africa and its colourful people will, to a large extent, be determined by the quality of learning we pass on to our children.  If we can improve the education even Read more...