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Funded learning opportunities in media for the unemployed

e.tv, eNCA, YFM and Sasani Studios, in partnership with eAcademy and the MICT SETA, will be hosting learning programmes for unemployed South Africans. Choose from either a Television Learnership, TV or Radio Skills Programme or an Internship in various disciplines.
Details and conditions of the various programmes are provided alongside each online application form. Short-listed candidates will be called for an interview after the relevant closing dates. Only online applications will be accepted via www.eAcademy.co.za. The website is mobile-friendly.

    
 

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e.tv is South Africa's first private free-to-air television channel. Launched in 1998, the channel broadcasts a full-spectrum programming service to 78% of South Africa's population. e.tv is owned by black empowerment group Hosken Consolidated Investments Limited and Venfin Limited.
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Posted on 8 Jul 2014 17:59
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