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South African Army Military Skills Development System for Young South Africans (SA Army Recruitment)

South African Army Military Skills Development System for Young Unemployed South Africans

DEADLINE: 28 February 2023

South African Army Military Skills Development System

The South African Army, through its Military Skills Development System (MSDS) is offering young South African citizens an opportunity to serve in uniform on a two-year contact.

The Recruits will receive military training and further functional training in their first year of service. During the second year of service, depending on the duration of the functional orientation, they will be deployed where needed and given the opportunity to apply their knowledge and develop their skills.

General Requirements

  • RSA Citizen (No Dual citizenship)
  • Candidates between 18-22 years of age (you can apply with grade 12)
  • Candidates between 18-26 (require 3 years Tertiary Qualification)
  • Successfully completed Grade 12 (Level 4 Mathematics and Science will be advantageous)
  • Admission Point Score (APS) of 17 and above, excluding Life Orientation (LO)
  • Have no criminal record or pending cases
  • Comply with medical fitness requirements for the appointment
  • No visible tattoos (Legs, Lower Arm, Neck, and Face)
  • A physical Fitness Test will be conducted during the selections

Further Requirements

  • Minimum Height Females 148cm and Males 155cm
  • Minimum Weight Females 48kg, Males 52kg

Please note: Applicants will be subjected to drug testing, Psychometric and medical evaluation, verification of Criminal record, pre-screening and verification of Qualifications.

How to apply? (Please download PDF Below)

PDF.Army Military Skills Development System for Young Unemployed South Africans.PDF

PDF.Army Military Skills Development System for Young Unemployed South Africans.PDF



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ALSO CHECK: The Department of Higher Education and Training NESP Scholarship Programme for South Africans 2023

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African Union Commission Scholar || Founder @ Youth Opportunities Hub || Former RBA COST/Sahel Team at UNDP || TEF Alumni ||

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