RHINO AFRICA
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RHINO AFRICA Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 19 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Administrative Assistance

Data Capturer
R 83 156 per year
Business Intern
R 5 000 per month
Administrative Intern
R 5 000 per month

Marketing

Marketing Intern
R 5 000 per month
Content Writer
R 5 000 per month
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 9 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Senior Travel Consultant in Cape Town, South Africa
on 26 March 2020
Fast paced and target oriented
Working from Rhino Africa was fantastic for my career development. It exposed me to a new way of working in a target oriented, fast paced environment which has allowed me to flourish in my new role once I had left Rhino Africa to move to the UK.
Travel Consultant in Woodstock, Western Cape
on 26 November 2020
If you gay and into that type of working environment you might like it
They have a very strong gay culture which is great but the harassment undertones are present, managers making snark comments, flirting and evening hanging out privately in order to be in with the crowd is quite overwhelming and disappointing.
Travel Consultant in Cape Town, Western Cape
on 20 April 2020
productive, fun, great work culture
I loved working for Rhino Africa, they are a excellent company to work for. They focused on helping us grow on a professional level and great managers
Marketing in Cape Town, Western Cape
on 11 January 2020
Horrible Environment and Salaries
Extremely toxic work environment. Poor pay for new starters. Unless you're a favorite among the higher ups, you'll receive no acknowledgement. So don't expect a salary increase unless you fight for it. Full of power plays, mismanagement and micromanagement. Interns will suffer the most. Minimum pay for full time work and no growth.
Marketing in Cape Town, Western Cape
on 15 October 2019
Promise a lot, deliver on none of it.
I was offered a job at Rhino for a certain salary that I knew was below market related. I tried to negotiate it to be higher, however, to no avail. What was used as a tactic to make me forget about that. 90% off of travel in Africa, 20 days leave, Discounted meals at the Cafe and 6% Retirement Fund. What I was not told: - Travel in Africa with Rhino even discounted is still a minimum R3000 per night. Flights to go to Zambia were cheaper through BA than the work travel portal, which promises to be cheaper. - The retirement fund is 3% from your salary and 3% from the company (which is fine, except it was sold as if it was 6% from the company) - Meals at the cafe even discounted are still 3 times the price of just bringing my own food. Nevermind a toxic work culture with a revovling door.
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