Mbhele - Grants Administrator - Ladysmith, South Africa

Khayelihle Mbhele

Ladysmith, South Africa


Grants Administrator



Work History

Grants Administrator (EPWP Learner


July 2012 - September 2013

12 Months contract)LOCAL OFFICE: SASSA- Ekuvukeni Local Office
DURATION: July 2012 to September 2013
• Taking applications in terms of social assistance Act no 13 of 2004
• Screening and completing checklist when customers call to apply
• Attend to telephone and personal queries
• Knowledge of office practices and administration
• Complete Life certificate in terms of the Act and Regulations
• Attend to clients queries and complete Applications
• Prepare and process application on SOCPEN• Completion of weekly statistics
• Making sure that Batho Pele principles practised in the working environment
• SASSA Re-Registration project and conducting home visit.KNOWLEDGES
• Sassa mandates• SASSA four steps• Older Persons Act• SASSA Act No.9 of 2004
• Knowledge of public finance management Act (PFMA)
• Social Security Act No.13 of 2004• Batho Pele Principles
• Promotion of Administration Justice Act No 3 of 2000• Child Care Act
• Children's Act No 30 of 2005
• The constitution of the Republic of South Africa No.108 of 1996 as amended

community development worker (masupa-tsela contract

Department of Social Development

October 2008 - September 2011

(Ekuvukeni office) POSITION HELD: Masupa-Tsela Youth Pioneer Programme (Cadre)
DURATION: 13 October 2008 to September 2011
REASON FOR LEAVING: Contract Expired
DUTIES: PROGRAMME I (Corporate Service)
• Submission of monthly report on post establishment.
• Registering and forwarding of leave forms, and forms etc to the regional office.
• Assist in Registry section.
• Maintenance of HR file.
• Maintenance of suggestion box.
• Filling, Photocopying and fax.
• Maintenance of files and registry statistics.
• Assist in the reception area and switchboard.
• Logging of faults and compilation of log return.
• Perform administration duties relevant to the job.

PROGRAMME II (Social Service)
• Assist in organisation, planning and co-ordinating.
• Identify needy families and refer for relevant service.
• Assist in then establishment of Luncheon clubs and Crèches.
• Monitor of funded organisation.
• Assist with compliance with legislation.
• Disaster management assist with assessment and distribution of social relief.
• Collect documents, home address and inform clients of courts dates.
• Assisted in filling cover pages of the reports.

PROGRAMME III (Development and Research)
• Implementation of youth development programmes (Skills development, Life skills etc).
• Conducting audit for youth in the community.
• Identify unregistered ECD facilities and assist with crèche registration.
• Drafting of constitution and keep database of registered crèches.
• Filling of NPO registration forms and acquisition of PTO's.
• War on poverty (Profiling).
• Implementation of youth special programmes.
• Establishment of youth advisory board.
• Implementation of HIV/AIDS programmes.
• Engage in basic life space work to promote the development and care of the children and youth.
• Assist in the establishment of the youth forums.
• Assist in research of HIV/AIDS issues.
• Attend partnership meetings with municipalities.

Qualifications & Certifications


S'gweje High School

Skillpages has been acquired by Bark.com!

Bark.com is pioneering the way people find local services. Skillpages is the world’s premier directory of service providers.

Find out more

Supported Countries
Choose your country