The Nelson Mandela Foundation scholarship is open for qualified applicants .Apply now before the closing date.
This Fellowship is in its 2nd year, with the inaugural year having a focus on urban land and housing.
To be considered for the Fellowship, the Fellow needs to:
- Have at least a Master’s degree or be studying towards one
- Must be able to write for a popular audience and show proof of ability to do so
- Must be comfortable with public speaking and stakeholder engagement
- Must be able to take initiative, work with little supervision and be self-motivated
- Must be able to convene dialogues and develop advocacy initiatives, and be willing to support the Dialogue and Advocacy team in realising tangible outcomes related to this area of work
- Must be willing to meet deadlines and be hardworking
- Fellows must be based in South Africa, and preference may be given to candidates that are based in Gauteng
How to Apply
- Please use this form and upload your CV on the upload button provided
- The closing date for applications is the 11th March 2022, and the expected start date is no later than 11th April 2022
- This position is full time, until the end of 2022
- The position will be a combination of working remotely as well as on site at the Nelson Mandela Foundation offices in Johannesburg
- The remuneration for this position is R30 000 a month, with a R1 000 data, airtime and travel allowance (tax compliance will be left to the individual). As such, the monthly gross income is R31 000.
- The Nelson Mandela Foundation reserves the right to terminate the Fellowship, at any point, if output does not meet agreed upon targets
- The Fellowship will incorporate a leadership development component