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Jewellery Sales Consultant (george)

JEWELLERY SALES CONSULTANT (GEORGE) in Western Cape | Other Sales/Marketing | Job Mail | 4445659

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INTERNATIONAL HIGH END JEWELLERY STORE REQUIRES A DYNAMIC JEWELLERY SALES CONSULTANT IN GEORGE

Please Note:

If you do not fit the specification with the minimum requirements your application will not be accepted for this position. Shortlisted candidates may be required to complete an Assessment or Test to demonstrate your knowledge of this position.

Requirements:

  • Relevant Sales and Marketing Degree
  • 3-4 Years sales experience in exclusive Jewellery or sales experience in a fashion retail environment
  • Clear concise communication in both Afrikaans and English
  • Proven track record in in-store sales and marketing experience is essential
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Must be well-groomed and presentable
  • Valid code 8 driver’s license and own transport

 

Applicants must reside in GEORGE or surrounding area.

Only South African citizens, who are suitably qualified, live in the applicable area and meet the requirements of the position are eligible to apply for this vacancy.

Please take note: if you have not been contacted within 14 days, please consider your application unsuccessful.

 

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Retail Footwear Planner (durban)

  • Ad Placed : 16 Jun 2019 06:30:21 Affiliate ad
  • Remuneration : PER MONTH
  • Employment Type : Full Time
  • Industry :
  • Retail
    Retail Wholesale
  • Region : Kwazulu-Natal
  • Company : MPRTC Recruitment

A VALUE RETAIL FASHION OUTLET IN DURBAN IS URGENTLY LOOKING FOR A RETAIL FOOTWEAR PLANNER TO JOIN THEIR TEAM. THIS COMPANY IS A COUNTRYWIDE FASHION CHAIN

Please Note:

  • You will required to have 5 years’ experience of Fashion Retail Planning Industry
  • You will require to have a Bcom Degree
  • You will require to have knowledge of Merchandise Systems

Failure to meet with the above key requirements, will result in instant disqualification.

Key Performance Areas, but not limited to:

  • Advanced Excel
  • Produce figures for analysis
  • Work within merchandise budget
  • Driver’s License and Own Vehicle
  • Build great relationships with suppliers
  • Customer service driven (internal and external)
  • Manage OTB in accordance with merchandise plans
  • Contribute toward the formulation of a balanced merchandise plan
  • Prepare and present merchandise assortment analysis, ratios and forecast proposals
  • Manage the stock within the department regarding allocations, transfers, distribution and markdowns.

 

Applicants must reside in DURBAN or surrounding area.

Only South African citizens, who are suitably qualified, live in the applicable area and meet the requirements of the position are eligible to apply for this vacancy.

Please take note: if you have not been contacted within 14 days, please consider your application unsuccessful.

 

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Goods In/receiving Clerk

Type: Permanent
Location : Port Elizabeth
Ref No : RAFGRC1045
Benefits: R13000/Benefits/Bonus
To apply for this opportunity, send us your CV through to 08 6536 5108
We are currently seeking a Goods In/Receiving Clerk

Responsibilities will include:

Ensure that the correct quantities and quality of stock are received from supplier, container and customers- documents can only be processed when everything is checked and correct.
Process all stock received, include barcoding, check barcodes, check quality, stock count, tagging, and sometimes washing.
Make sure that the stock is allocated to the correct departments, and packed onto the shelves
Enter the stock received into the system
Stock counting and assist in stock control management
Ensure that all materials are maintained at the appropriate level

Qualities/Skills:

National Senior Certificate
Computer literacy
Excellent attention to detail
Two years and above warehouse stock control system experience
Fluent communications in English and one other African language ( bilingual)
Good work ethic, ability to meet deadlines.
Accurate and numerate with ability to spot discrepancies quickly.

Accountant / Senior Accountant (accounting Firm)

An established Accounting Firm, based in East London, seeks to employ an Accountant / Senior Accountant.  The successful candidate will form part of a 3 – 4 person team, with each Accountant being responsible for their own clients and fulfilling the various duties in relation to those clients. 

Qualification / Requirements:

– Bachelor of Commerce (completed)

– Articles (completed and signed off)

– SAIPA or AGA (SA) registered

– 2+ years’ experience in a similar role / environment

– Advanced knowledge of Income Tax and VAT Legislation

– Worked on: Caseware Working Papers (to compile Financial Statements), Sage One, Pastel Partner, MS Office

– Valid Driver’s License and own vehicle (essential) (travel for work purposes)

Responsibilities:

– Preparation of Annual Financial Statements of all types of entities
– Preparation of Management Accounts of all types of entities
– Full bookkeeping function (processing from Cash Book up to Trial Balance)
– Review of income statements and balance sheets
– Reconciliation of customers and suppliers
– Calculation of VAT and submissions to SARS (VAT201)
– Attending to VAT audits and liaising with SARS
– Calculation of monthly employees’ tax and submission to SARS (EMP201)
– Annual and Bi-annual payroll submissions to SARS via Easy File
– Calculation and submission of Workman’s Compensation
– Tax returns for Companies, Close Corporations, Individuals and Trusts
– Completion of IT14SD’s
– Preparation of Provisional taxation calculations and submission to SARS
– New Company and SARS Registrations
– CIPC – Annual Returns
– Liaising with clients

Competencies:

– Self-starter
– Able to manage own time
– High level of responsibility and accountability
– Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
– Honesty and integrity
– Tidiness and neatness
– Be able to write, speak and understand English and Afrikaans

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2.0 BEDROOM GARDEN COTTAGE TO LET IN WEST RIDING

   

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  • Bedrooms: 2.0
  • Bathrooms: 1.0
  • Building Size: 0
  • Erf Size 0
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  • Carports/Parking Bays: 1.0
  • Pool: No
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  2 bedroom 1 bathroom cottage for rent in West Riding on shared property plus 1 bedroom furnished cottage for R3 500 with carports. Available immediately. Regret no pets and not suitable for children. Will suit single or couple. Lights and water included. Gas stove and geyser.

 

     

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for Sale. R 660 000 : 3.0 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE FOR SALE IN BISLEY… South Africa Property Portal

 

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Price: R 660 000
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in BISLEY, PIETERMARITZBURG, KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA

3.0 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE FOR SALE IN BISLEY

   

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  • Bedrooms: 3.0
  • Bathrooms: 2.0
  • Building Size: 137
  • Erf Size 0
  • Garages: 1.0
  • Carports/Parking Bays: 1.0
  • Pool: No
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  • Domestic Accommodation: 0.0
  • Flatlet: 0.0

 

  This large 137 sqm unit is neatly presented & very well priced. Located close to schools & shopping centres, larges rooms, lock up garage, remote access to complex and prepaid electricity installed. Must be viewed!
 
     

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News24.com | Cold reality: Sleeping in a tent on the side of a Cape Town street

In the heart of winter, a Western Cape family continues to brave the elements, sleeping in a tent on the side of a street in Paarl after being evicted from their home across the road.

Nomabongo Sweetness May and her household of 10 have been living rough since being evicted from their house at Windmeul Cellars in March.

On May 7, the Land Claims Court heard an application to have their eviction rescinded.

But 39 days later, they are still awaiting judgment, said director of the Rural and Farmworkers Development Organisation Billy Claassen.

READ: ‘I am going to vote but my heart is still sore’ – mom living in tent in Paarl after eviction

“This week temperatures plummeted to below zero degrees in some places around Cape Town and yet [the May family] await the relief of the honorable court. This clearly shows how the Judiciary failed poor people,” he charged on Saturday.

“We asked the honorable Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng to look into this case. It is shocking of a court to take so long to give judgment, knowing people are exposed to such extremely cold and dangerous conditions.”

May previously told News24 that the complex case stemmed from an accusation that they were running a shebeen from their cottage on the farm, because her husband’s friend was seen taking two bottles of beer back home with him after a visit.

Her husband was fired. After a decade of stop-start negotiations as they refused to leave, the winery owners’ order that they be evicted was carried out by the sheriff of the court as private security officials monitored on March 26.

The farm owners, however, countered that they had been patient and have consulted extensively, extended deadlines over the 10 years they have tried to resolve the situation.

They said the relationship of trust had broken down completely with their employee. The family had refused to move and in the interim, sales of liquor and drugs were allegedly emanating from the dismissed employee’s home.

The farm owners alleged that after refusing to move, liquor and drug sales were allegedly emanating from the home. That also accused the Mays of destruction of property.

According to them, the family only engaged a lawyer last year and had agreed to leave on or before January 15, 2019. Should they not leave, they agreed to be evicted, the owners charged.

When they did not leave in January, they were given two more months to find somewhere to live, but eventually on March 26, an eviction order was carried out, News24 previously reported.

Claassen called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to declare a moratorium on evictions.

“We furthermore ask farmers to consider other options and mechanisms to deal with evictions. We must all come together and take hands to grow South Africa and leave no one behind. We must stop fighting with each other.”

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News24.com | Kebby Maphatsoe returning to Parliament

President of Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) and former deputy minister of defence and military veterans Kebby Maphatsoe is returning to Parliament.

This time Maphatsoe is not going back to Cape Town as an executive member but, as a back-bencher.

Maphatsoe will replace the longest serving member of the ANC in Parliament, Jeff Radebe, who had led many departments since his initial appointment to Cabinet in 1994. 

READ: Seven ministries and five parliaments later, Jeff Radebe bows out of Cabinet

ANC Women’s League president and former Social Development minister and minister in the Presidency, Bathabile Dlamini, will be replaced by Zanele Nkomo.

Former Tourism minister, Derek Hanekom, will be replaced by Wilma Newhoudt-Druchen.

The vacant position left by former minister of Labour, Mildred Oliphant, will be taken over by former Rustenburg mayor, Matthew Wolmarans. 

Alexandra Beukes will replace Siyabonga Cwele, who also occupied several cabinet positions previously.

ANC Chief Whip, Pemmy Majodina, said in a statement on Saturday that the five will take up seats in the National Assembly on Tuesday.

“The ANC in Parliament welcomes these new members and we have full confidence that they will serve the people of South Africa with absolute distinction,” she said.

“We also extend our gratitude to the comrades who resigned from Parliament for their diligent service to the ANC and to the people of South Africa. We look forward to working with them in the future as they have indicated their willingness to continue serving the ANC and the country in other capacities. We wish them well,” she said.

The swearing-in ceremony of the new MPs will take place on Tuesday, June 18 2019, at 15:00 in Parliament.

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Sport24.co.za | S15 knockouts: Why SA hopes may fizzle fast

Rob Houwing, Sport24 chief writer

Cape Town – The quarter-final programme now decided, South Africa’s dreams of a first Super Rugby title since 2010 somehow seem as fanciful as ever.

For starters, only two strictly SA-based sides – the Bulls and Sharks – have made the last-eight cut for next weekend, after Saturday afternoon’s twin home derby roster on our soil began with a chance that three (the Lions and Stormers were still in contention, for one extra ticket) might squeeze through the funnel.

But instead the Stormers, pipped 12-9 right at the death by the Sharks at Newlands in a snore-fest, slipped to bottom-placed finish in their conference and 10th overall, while the Lions sadly ended a three-year period of decent prosperity – final appearances each time – by also failing to make the cut in ninth overall.

Swys de Bruin’s charges, thumped 48-27 at Loftus despite scoring a spectacular long-range try in the first 16 seconds, failed to land the solitary, agonising log point they needed to push through.

So just a pair of SA franchises getting in (bearing in mind that the Jaguares had already easily topped the group) instantly makes it less likely that the title will head this way in three weeks’ time, even if each game was always going to involve the major drawback of long-haul travel.

But there is another impediment: just in terms of the vibrant way they are currently playing, the Bulls, the country’s only previous winners in modern-era Super Rugby, seem best bets of the two sides to go all the way – but probably have a tougher quarter-final than the Sharks do.

They will tackle the Hurricanes in Wellington, whereas the KwaZulu-Natalians seem to have the easier task on paper against the Brumbies in Canberra.

In the other tussles, the Chiefs fly to Buenos Aires to face the Jaguares, and the defending champion Crusaders are at home to compatriots the Highlanders.

The Bulls currently look the best equipped SA outfit in terms of the pace, passion and mongrel of their game to be able to go all the way, something demonstrated as they concocted seven tries to two against their Highveld neighbours.

But making their task in the Cake Tin even more formidable is that they were the last SA team to return from their fuller Australasian tour this year – only around a week ago.

Going back the other way again will wreak havoc with body clocks, particularly for someone like flyhalf and key playmaker Handre Pollard, who interrupted that four-match tour for an injury-enforced return home and then flew hastily back for the closing fixture against the Highlanders last weekend.

His air-miles situation must be healthy … if that is remotely the right word to use.

Still, the fact that several stalwarts, including the Springbok pivot, are on their way out of the Pretoria scene for foreign climes shortly seems to have instilled a tenacious, do-or-die sort of spirit in the camp; the Bulls oughtn’t perish wondering, even if they exit at the quarter-finals.

They have not played the Hurricanes this season, so it adds a splash of intrigue to the fixture.

Also in the Bulls’ favour, they have fared so much better in New Zealand, strangely, than they have at home to sides from that country in 2019: they earned successive draws on the tour with the Blues and Highlanders, whereas at Loftus they came an awful cropper against each of the Crusaders (45-13) and Chiefs (56-20).

What price a Sharks triumph in Canberra?

Certainly they will have to play immeasurably better than they did at Newlands, where it took a much-needed moment of magic and composure from Lukhanyo Am to breach the Stormers’ hitherto resolute defence in the 82nd minute and settle a grim scrap.

Hardly looking a picture of elation, the winning coach, controversial Robert du Preez, cut a largely dour figure at the post-match press conference where he had another stab at the Durban media, branding them “cockroaches” again.

It hardly set a tone of optimism for their trip to Australia, but the Sharks have nevertheless produced some of their better showings of a bumpy season abroad.

The unpalatable Capetonian derby also signalled the end of the Robbie Fleck head-coaching tenure at Newlands, the Stormers failing to cross the chalk for a single try somehow symbolising his time in charge: they ended ordinary season as the lowest try-scorers tournament-wide (34) alongside the basement Sunwolves.

In the final analysis, he was unable to break the hallmark stretching back to the Allister Coetzee years (though “Toetie’s” win record was a lot better) of entertainment value being a consistent problem at the ground …

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OUR CLIENT DEALING WITH FINANCIAL OUTSOURCING SOLUTIONS REQUIRES A REPORTING SOFTWARE DEVELOPER IN BELLVILLE

Please Note:

If you do not fit the specification with the minimum requirements your application will not be accepted for this position. Shortlisted candidates may be required to complete an Assessment or Test to demonstrate your knowledge of this position.

Requirements:

  • Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or Engineering
  • 2 years’ proven relevant work experience
  • Experience in Agile development environment preferred
  • Business knowledge of Investment Administration or experience in the financial industry advantageous
  • Strong SQL Server development skills

Applicants must reside in BELLVILLE or surrounding area.

Only South African citizens, who are suitably qualified, live in the applicable area and meet the requirements of the position are eligible to apply for this vacancy.

Please take note: if you have not been contacted within 14 days, please consider your application unsuccessful.

 

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