Job Posting Sites - South Africa

Job Posting Sites South Africa

June 5th, 2019

Fill your open jobs fast with help from this list of the best 10 job posting sites in South Africa. South Africa has essential local sites that you'll want to use to get your jobs to the right audience. There are also world-renowned job sites that do well in this market.

Our list includes many free options, and we've also listed pricing info to make your decision easier.

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Top 10 Job Posting Sites in South Africa:

Our Rank

Job Board Name

Posting Options

1.

Indeed

Free and paid.

2.

Glassdoor

Free and paid.

3.

Google for Jobs

Free job postings.

4.

CareerJet

Paid, starting at R1.00 per click.

5.

CareerJunction.co.za

Paid, starting at R900.00 per post.

6.

Careers24

Paid, starting at R895.00 per post.

7.

JobMail

Free job postings.

8.

BestJobs.co.za

Free job postings.

9.

PNet

Paid, starting at R1,150.00 per post.

10.

JobVine

Paid.

FAQs:

Are there any free job posting sites in South Africa?

Yes, there are several free job posting sites South African companies can use, including JobMail, BestJobs.co.za, Gumtree, and OLX.

South Africa has some of the best choices for employers when it comes to free job posting. First, start with these and see how they perform before moving on to paid sites.

Any recommendations as to how I can fill my jobs in South Africa efficiently?

Contact Stellenbosch University and the University of Pretoria to learn about advertising jobs to alumni. Also, try posting your job in different parts of South Africa.

What else can I do to fill jobs in Cape Town?

Place ads in local newspapers, such as the Cape Times and the Cape Argus. Try contacting local colleges, including Northlink College and CPUT to share jobs with students and alumni.

You can get more tips on job postings from our job posting template article.

What are the available job boards in Johannesburg?

Is there an alternative to advertising on job boards in South Africa?

Social media is another great way to find potential employees. To learn more, read through our guide on social recruiting tips.

Any suggestions as to where I can post my jobs within the region?