The Department has added another web-based/electronic application form in addition to the SA Youth mobi-site.
Applications submitted online via the zero-rated sayouth.mobi site are for efficiency in the data collection and management, which has been centralised to enable fairness in the recruitment and application process.
The Department has also introduced an alternative avenue for applicants to submit their applications. Since the opening of the sayouth.mobi site in the early hours of the morning on 27 September, the site has experienced extremely high traffic volumes, causing it to slow down and occasionally time out.
https://sayouth.me/DBE Application Made Easy
You spoke and we listened!. Can’t apply on sayouth.mobi, because you can’t reset your password?
- Here is the ssolution Apply at https://sayouth.me/DBE
- Please note: If you’ve already applied on sayouth.mobi DON’T apply again at https://sayouth.me/DBE.
sayouth.me/DBE is NOT data free. You’ll need 3MB of data to apply. You’ll need to fill in a new form for every school that you apply to.
Applicants must note that application forms must be submitted online, as no walk-ins to schools will be allowed due to Covid-19 restrictions. Applicants who need help to apply online can also be supported by their nearest, NYDA office, or community library that has connectivity. All applications will be considered so as long as they are received by the 10th October, you will be considered for the opportunities available.
Youth between the ages of 18 and 35, who are currently neither in education/ training, nor receiving any form of government grant, as well as young people with disability and women, are eligible and encouraged to apply.
Applications close 10 October 2021.