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Bain & Company is one of the world's leading management consulting firms. We work with top executives to help them make better decisions, convert those decisions to actions and deliver the sustainable success they desire. For more than 40 years, we've been passionate about achieving better results for our clients—results that go beyond financial and are uniquely tailored, pragmatic, holistic and enduring



Apply now for Bain’s exclusive weekend getaway in the Winelands, Strategy Unlocked!

-Spend 2 days , with Bain Consultants & Partners decoding Strategy and experience our award winning culture at one of South Africa’s top rated Wine Estates

-Apply here

Application deadline:              12 August 2016



3rd year, 4th year and Advanced degree students can apply NOW for BAINWORKS – an exciting opportunity to accelerate your career with a fully sponsored weekend in Barcelona with Bain & Company (all costs included visa related will be covered)!

BAINWORKS is an opportunity to mix with some of the brightest minds across the globe in an action-packed weekend that will give you a taste of what it is like to work for a top global consulting firm.

The weekend will consist of:

- Interactive case studies

- Networking opportunities with other talented students from leading universities and the chance to meet with senior consulting teams at Bain & Company. 

Register and apply via and select Johannesburg/Lagos as your office preference.  Your application should include your CV, transcripts, and a cover letter.  In the reference line of your cover letter please enter "BAINWORKS 2016". When asked for the position you are interested for, please select Associate Consultant Intern

Application deadline:              12 August 2016


A full time Associate Consultant position at Bain & Company. Help companies achieve breakthrough results whilst building new skills and making an impact from day one.  You will receive global training and continuous professional development with Bain to help springboard your career and help you maximize your potential with skills.

Targeting graduating students with a minimum of a 4-year degree looking for full time employment. 

Application deadline:              14 August 2016


Apply for a tailored 3 year programme providing required SAICA competencies whilst gaining unrivalled strategy consulting experience

Targeting students who qualify for CA(SA) trainee articles to begin 2018/2019/2010

Application deadline:              28 February 2017 (insert referral code: “CA(SA)”)



An internship opportunity for 3rd year, 4th year Honours and Advanced degree students, which runs over the university vacation. Gain exposure to world-class training augmented with real case experience and professional development. Gain valuable business experience and the opportunity to receive a full time offer upon graduation.

Application deadline:              31 August 2016




For full time and internship, applications please, select office preference(s) Johannesburg, South Africa or Lagos, Nigeria. Submit your CV/resume, academic transcripts; motivating cover letter and a copy of your ID/Passport online.

Please note that we use case interviews are used at every round of interviews. Based on actual client work case interviews provide a mutually beneficial opportunity for us to see how you approach problems while you become familiar with our work



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In Memoriam - Alaina Kamille Govender

 Golden Key expresses their condolences to the family and friends of UKZN and Golden Key alumni member, Alaina Kamille Govender.


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Event Date: 
Fri, 01/15/2016 (All day) - Sun, 04/03/2016 (All day)


Golden Key South Africa Bootcamp






2015 Mini-Summit Feedback

Event Date: 
Thu, 10/29/2015 (All day) - Wed, 11/04/2015 (All day)

Dear Delegate

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GKSA staff supporting ESRA House - Wednesday, 21 October 2015

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The Golden Key SA staff will be sorting and packing clothes for the newly registered

ESRA House for children on Wednesday, 21 October.

Members will be invitated to join us in supporting their projects from 2016.


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“A fundamental concern for others in our individual and community lives would go a long way in making the world the better place we so passionately dream of.” Nelson Mandela

MANDELA WEEK: 06th to 18th of July 2015

“Together we can make every day a Mandela Day.”

Dear Volunteers, Friends of Tateni, Founders and Partners,

Tateni Home Care Nursing Services is pleading with you to offer services and support during the 2015 Mandela week!

We invite business, corporates, community organisations, partners, friends and the community to join Tateni 2015 International Mandela Day celebrations to donate 67 minutes to change the world for the better.

Your participation in any of the following activities and in kind donation would be highly appreciated:

The Drop-in Centres Buitumelo at Mogale Primary School and the one at Mahlasedi Masana Primary School in Mamelodi East do not have facilities for cooking, and for an environment for adequate afterschool programme activities of our beneficiaries. Both centres are each visited by over 35 children per day.

To eliminate these situations Tateni plans to set up container structures at both centres with estimated costs of R50, 000.00 each. These will offer kitchen facilities, enough space for 40 children, a play area and a healthy environment for our beneficiaries to develop.


Office equipment - Refurbished or new laptops; Wireless microphones; An amplifier for our PA-system; A projector for awareness campaigns in our Drop- in Centres and Stationery- especially office paper.

Breaking the cycle of Poverty Programme - Career guidance workshops facilitation; Life skill courses; Motivational speakers; Tutors for extra classes especially for maths and science andSkills training for out of school youth.


Tetani offices - Globes (florescent)energy saving; Painting of offices and classes, window frames and burglars; Providing shelving for the store room; Security re-enforcement for doors and windows for our office; Re-enforcement of perimeter barbed wire fence; Folding tables and Office furniture and couches for the student Social Workers’ offices at three local High Schools where they undertake their practical work.

School uniforms - School shoes for boys and girls; Jerseys; Trousers and tunics; Shirts; Shoe threading needle; Black shoe polish and brushes and Sanitary pads and panties.

For vulnerable and needy Families - Provision of 100 food parcels; Winter and summer clothing Blankets.

Educational extra mural activities equipment - Educational toys for children Soccer kit and soccer balls; Netball kit and balls; Skipping ropes; Chess boards; Crayons (general stationery); Hula-hoops and Library books for children and for high school students.

Gardening - Ground cover flowers; Aloe plants; Electronic lawn mower; Herbs; Top soil for lawn; Seedlings; Labour for Planting of seedlings; Pruning of fruit trees; Leaf rake X 4; Petrol for transport and grass- cutting machine andPest control, especially rodents in the drop in centres.


Please inform us on which activities you would be interested to make the community of Mamelodi a better place. Donations in cash and in-kind would be most appreciated.

The main event for the “67 Minutes for Mandela Day” will be celebrated on the 18th July 2015 at Tateni centre, not forgetting though that “every day is a Mandela Day”.

Kindly extend the invitation to your family and friends.

Contact details for any enquiries at: 012 805 9109

E- mail:


Yours in Community Service

Regina Mokgokong: Executive Director


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Community Intervention - Heatherdale Children's Home

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Dear Golden Key Member

Heatherdale Children’s Home is an 85 year old Non-Profit Organisation that focuses on child care.  It is based in Athlone, Cape Town, under the sponsorship of the Methodist Church of South Africa.  The Home provides a safe haven for abused or neglected children, ultimately assisting in their rehabilitation.  Heatherdale caters for 25 boys and 35 girls, between the ages of 4 and 18.  The Home aims to provide a place of refuge and support for these children, helping them to develop on an emotional, educational and spiritual level. Heatherdale offers a range of comprehensive programmes that encompasses areas such as life-skills training, therapeutic services, sporting activities, spiritual development and educational support.  The Home mostly works towards family reunification, and in addition, will soon be opening a substance abuse programme for children and adolescents.  Heatherdale ensures that all their activities are in line with the regulations and obligations required by The Children’s Act of 2005.  The Home has many requirements on an ongoing basis that it is unable to meet due to financial constraints.  It currently requires assistance to upgrade the living environment and building structure of the home which is sorely lacking.

I am Bianca Kramer, a Social Work student from UCT who has been placed at Heatherdale for the remainder of my degree.  I am planning and implementing a community intervention, the outcome of which would be to assist the home with these deficiencies and other requirements.  I am accordingly planning a full make-over of the premises, over the weekend of 10-11 October 2015, in order to enrich the living environment for the children.  I am therefore approaching you/ your company/organisation to ask for your assistance in mobilising resources to meet Heatherdale’s needs.  I am requesting donations of paint, building materials, furniture, and other necessities.  In addition, through media coverage and other communications and networking, I will be rounding up community members and other members of the public to donate their time to assist during this make-over. I have also opened a bank account for this project and will be accepting financial donations.

The current facilities include male dormitories and bathrooms, female dormitories and bathrooms, an office area, a social workers’ office, store rooms, two cottages, a computer room, a swimming pool, a courtyard, a hall and a field with a jungle gym.  The facilities are old, run-down and broken and as a result of this, some are dangerous for a children’s environment.

I hope that you can assist Heatherdale and take part in this wonderful project.  The link provides details of the Home’s current requirements, as well as the SARS 18A registration, which will ensure that you will receive the required tax certificate in return for your sponsorship.


If you have any queries relating to this intervention please feel free to contact me at


Kind regards,

Bianca Kramer

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