Gauteng’s Department of Roads and Transport is spearheading a grand employment campaign known as “Nasi Ispani 2.0.” With a goal to reduce joblessness and preserve infrastructure, this project shines as a symbol of optimism, aiming to create 6,000 job slots for different Roads Maintenance tasks throughout Gauteng.

Available Positions

The available positions encompass a range of duties such as:

  • Repairing Patching
  • Cutting grass
  • EPWP Pointsmen

This effort intends to enhance the state of roads and transportation systems, thus ensuring a smoother, more secure, and efficient transit within the region.

Insights into the Programme

The initiative provides a monthly allowance of R3080,00 and commits to a 24-month employment period, offering job stability during this time. The duration of employment combined with the allowance makes it an appealing prospect for individuals entering the workforce.

Application submissions for the Nasi Ispani 2.0 initiative opened on Wednesday, 5th July 2023, and will end on Tuesday, 18th July 2023.

How to Apply for Positions under Nasi Ispani 2.0

Interested candidates can apply online via the Professional Job Centre website: Click here.

Alternatively, physical applications are accepted at different regional offices, including:

  • Krugersdorp Regional office, 97 Fourth street, Krugersdorp North
  • Benoni Regional Office: (R29) Main Reef Road, Van Rhyn – Benoni
  • Koedoespoort Regional Office: Michael Brink Street, Tshwane
  • Vereeniging Regional Office: Lager Street, Vereeniging
  • Heidelberg Regional Office: Station Road 1, Heidelberg
  • Bronkhorstspruit Regional Office: No. 2 Industrial Cresent Road, Bronkhorstspruit
  • Derdepoort Regional Office: 326 JR, Baviaanspoort Road, Derdepoort

General worker references are also provided for different corridors:

  • West Rand Ref: 2023/22
  • Ekurhuleni Ref: 2023/23
  • Tshwane Ref: 2023/24
  • Sedibeng Ref: 2023/25
  • City of Joburg Ref: 2023/26

Eligibility and Opportunities

The vacancies are open to South African residents who have completed Grade 10 and have no criminal history. Proof of residence must be submitted. These guidelines make it attainable to a wide array of South African citizens, notably those historically underrepresented in employment.

The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport embraces diversity by welcoming applications from unemployed youth, women, disabled individuals, and military veterans, reflecting a significant move towards equality.

Candidates who were unsuccessful in the previous Nasi Ispani recruitment phase will also be considered, providing renewed hope.

Looking Forward

Nasi Ispani 2.0 emerges as an encouraging advancement in Gauteng’s continual mission to grow collectively, harmonizing with the GGT2030 strategy. By concentrating on job generation and infrastructure preservation, the department is not merely fulfilling the immediate demand for jobs but also contributing to the province’s enduring growth and affluence.

The local populace is earnestly encouraged to seize this opportunity. Queries concerning the application can be directed to 011 355 7125 during business hours.

As this initiative takes shape, its influence is likely to extend beyond Gauteng. It serves as a beacon of aspiration, not only for the province but for all of South Africa, proving that with innovation and foresight, substantial progress is attainable in employment and infrastructure enhancement. Undoubtedly, the Nasi Ispani 2.0 programme is a vital element in cultivating Gauteng collectively.