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The Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) has extended its reach to graduates in an effort to promote the industry.

TBCSA is looking for graduates who are not employed, due to lack of experience, to join its programme.

The six-month programme, which includes a monthly stipend, is looking for candidates with a qualification in Humanities (Social Science) or economics (a minimum three years), with some knowledge of some policy analysis from a post-graduate qualification. 

Candidates need to be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office with some knowledge of database compilation (creating lists from multiple sources/surveys/records).

The main tasks will be to conduct secondary research for benchmarking purposes, policy analysis, compiling draft reports, updating system information, capturing and updating transactional information in specific databases and attending to the maintenance of records.

Candidates must be permanent South African residents and citizens.

Candidates must include a detailed curriculum vitae with contact details, contactable references as well as any information they feel may be pertinent to their application. They must also include certified copies of all relevant certificates, ID, and proof of address (no older than three months). 

The closing date for submissions is March 13.

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