Modikwa Platinum Mine: Workplace Experience Learnership Programme 2024

Job Summary

Modikwa Platinum Mine is offering opportunity for the Workplace Experience (P1/P2) Programme in the various disciplines.

Closing date: 31 January 2024

Modikwa Platinum Mine is offering opportunity for the Workplace Experience (P1/P2) Programme in the following disciplines:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mining engineering
  • Survey
  • Geology
  • Rock Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Finance
  • IT
  • Environment and Safety Management
  • Ventilation & Occupational Hygiene Engineering


Workplace experience programme conditions:

  • Must be prepared to work underground, surface and at the concentrator (“dusty areas”),
  • Be willing to work the working shift cycle,
  • Must be a South African Citizen,
  • Must pass the relevant rehabilitation functionality assessment (RFA) and medical certificate of fitness,
  • Selection of candidates will be based upon the Modikwa Platinum Mine selection and recruitment procedure.

Minimum Entry Requirements

  • A valid Diploma or Degree in the required field of exposure.

How to Apply

Interested Candidates are invited to forward their detailed Curriculum Vitae’s (CV’s) including certified copies of ID and diploma or degree.

A letter from the institution stipulating that practical training is needed to complete a diploma or degree. Certified copies of original certificates must be provided on day of the interview.

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Interested applicants are requested to submit their CV’s with certified copies of qualifications to:
Email: or

Successful applicants will be informed and invited to complete the necessary assessments and interview.

Closing date: The closing date for all applications is 31 January 2024.

Careers at Modikwa Platinum Mine

The Modikwa platinum mine is a large underground mine in the north-eastern part of South Africa northwest of Burgersfort, Limpopo. It is part of the Bushveld Igneous Complex.

The mine is an underground operation extending over an area of 14,278ha. Owned jointly by African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) and Anglo Platinum, the mine began operations in the mid-1920s.

If you want a workplace where your personal and professional growth are guaranteed and your effort and skill rewarded, this is a perfect opportunity!


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    Katlego is a final-year student at the University of Johannesburg. Apart from bouncing molecules against each other in the Chemistry lab, she loves curating job opportunites for fellow youth. Katlego is also quite a singer!

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