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THE fact that higher education is so highly valued makes it attractive to criminals to swindle money out of unsuspecting and often desperate victims.

Every year, learners register at bogus colleges for further studies just to find out at the end of the year that they cannot write their exams because they were never registered. Always make sure that you are studying at a registered FET college.

So you want to study further? That's great! There are plenty of colleges and other education institutes out there, but before you do make sure that your college or institution is registered.

We are all excited to kick-start the New Year. However like bogus recruiting agencies we also have bogus unregistered colleges.

Authorities, including the SAPS and the Department of Higher Education, are repeatedly issuing warnings for prospective students to steer clear of bogus colleges and educational scams. But while this is sound advice, it may not be enough to actually assist young people in identifying such outfits.

The South African Police Service (SAPS) wishes to alert the public of the existence of bogus advertisements. The Careers Portal prides itself in delivering opportunities available to the youth directly from the source of opportunity.

Communications Minister Faith Muthambi has warned the public about bogus training centres which purport to offer short courses on Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) set-top box installation.

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