Ref: 2801

This Radio station a commercial station broadcasting in the Cape Town metropole and surrounding areas from their centrally located offices in Green Point, within walking distance of the city centre and the V& A Waterfront. From its weather to its people, Cape Town has its own unique beat - and no other station connects to this beat like this radio station. Through music, entertainment and content; its high impact on-air personalities tap into the essence of Cape Town: sexy, sussed, sassy and above all sincere. It's this sincerity that gives this radio station a suburban cool, real Cape Town feel that few brands ever achieve. You'll regularly find the station's top personalities on the ground, taking part in heartfelt initiatives that build communities and engage in the real lives of its listeners. This radio station understands and connects with the Cape Town market. It's the smartest way to talk to Capetonians, offering advertisers affordability and fantastic return on investment. The station's urban adult contemporary music attracts more than half a million listeners weekly, mostly those between the ages of 25-49

Location: 4 minutes Cape Town city centre
Car required: No
Dress code: Semi-casual

Will be based in the editorial or news department and will assist with script writing, organizing of interviews and all other Radio Journalism tasks.
Will assist with editing music, selecting and compiling music
Will assist with programme production and/or presentation, as well as with music production and sound engineering
Will assist with sales and advertising.

Fluent in English
Studying towards a degree in Media or Journalism
Positive attitude towards work & ability to work independently
Good self confidence
Strong interest in Radio as a form of Public Media


Ref: 2802

This organisation provides services to adults and children in conflict with the law. Within the criminal justice system, this organisation has three formal service streams. Each service draws upon the basket of interventions. The three organisation service streams access offenders at different points in the criminal justice system: 1. Diversion: where offenders are diverted away from the courts and do not receive a criminal record. 2. Non-Custodial Sentencing: an alternative to serving a sentence in prison, where the offender serves his sentence in the community. 3. Offender Reintegration: prison-based support to enhance an offender’s chance of successfully reintegrating back into society. All three service streams are open to both adults and children. In addition to the three formal service streams, this organisation also offers interventions for schools, communities and self-referring individuals who access organisation interventions outside the formal criminal justice system. This organisation also offers various Crime prevention and Reintegration programmes, as well as a special programme for Road Offences that can save individuals from receiving a Jail sentence

Location: Cape Town City Centre
Dress code: Semi-casual
Car needed: No

Would be required to do research on different corporate sectors and identifying with corporate fits best to a specific campaign.
Will also work on setting up campaigns, what is needed, also focusing on specific event days such as Mandela Day.
Will work on brand design and corporate design to increase the corporate presentation image to companies and partner organizations.

Study background  Media Design
Very innovative and dynamic personality
Good communication skills
Able to interact well with people from different cultural backgrounds


Ref: 2803

This TV station is a non-profit, community-based television station aimed at the greater Cape Town metropolitan area. Founded by over 200 non-profit organisations in 2006, this TV station is committed to providing community access to the powerful medium of television as a tool to promote human rights, social justice and community cultural development. Community television ensures that all citizens have access to the information and communication channels necessary to exercise their civic rights and responsibilities, to share political, cultural, artistic, spiritual, and individual expression, and to promote a culture of human rights. Community television has a powerful role to play in community cultural development as a means of enabling alternatives to the cultural values imposed on communities by top-down and commercially driven forms of media. This TV station is committed to engaging a wide range of community perspectives, especially those of groups that have historically been marginalized; to build a sense of community and common purpose, to promote healing and tolerance and encourage communication across barriers of race, culture, physical ability, language, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation. The channel provides opportunities for volunteers and interns who have video production skills to hone and develop their abilities in the exciting field of television production. It also provides opportunities for NGOs, community organisations, educational institutions, sports groups and government to produce programming in partnership with video producers in order to inform, entertain and educate the people of Cape Town.

Location: 10 minutes Cape Town city centre
Car required: No
Dress code: Semi-casual

Co-ordinate production Camerawork Providing day-to-day support for production and editing
Helping with decoration and set up shoot and attending the film events Organizing and planning of events around local communities
Assisting with coordination of crew with shooting events and documentaries Video journalist information for the news service
Research on programs and talkshows Entail general office work (i.e. phones, faxing, filing and runs)

A background in Media and interest in the TV industry
Previous work experience preferred
Enjoy team work and would like to make a significant contribution to the company
Good English
Able to interact well with individuals from different cultures
Minimum period of three months
Own laptop required