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The South African Human Rights Commission is searching for talented individuals who are committed to shaping the future of South Africa:
POSITION: Personal Assistant (PA) to the Deputy Chairperson
Permanent Position (level 08) – Head Office
SALARY: R 227 802.00 per annum exclusive of benefits
Kindly submit a one page cover letter and Three page CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15h00 on 07 October 2014. Please note that candidates may be required to undergo competency assessments and subject themselves to security clearance procedures.
* Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews.
* Candidates should be immediately available to commence employment upon appointment.
* Should you not hear from the Commission within Two Weeks after the closing date of the advert, please consider your application unsuccessful.
* The SAHRC reserves the right not to make an appointment.
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SAHRC Tip-offs Hotline
Report any fraudulent and/or unethical behavior taking place in the Commission anonymously to the SAHRC Tip-offs Line.
FreeCall:0800 701 701
FreePost:KZN, 582 Umhlanga Rocks, 4320
FreeFax:0800 204 965
To lodge a human rights violation complaint, click here.
Independently managed by Office of the Public Service Commission.
Since its establishment, the SAHRC has dedicated itself to:
• Raising awareness;
• Monitoring and assessment;
• Education and training
• Addressing human rights violations
The SAHRC promotes, protects and monitors human rights in South Africa. It also has a specific responsibility to promote and monitor the implemen-
tation of PAIA.
01 June – International Children’s Day
05 June – World Environment Day
15 June – World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
09 August – Women’s Day
16 June – Youth Day
20 June – World Refugee Day