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Finding a job is no small thing - vacancies are few and far between and competition is fierce - and making it harder, and more dangerous, are the many many job scams out there. Do you know how to spot a fake job listing and keep yourself safe? Let's take a look at how you can tell if a vacancy is legit or not.


The Department of Employment and Labour has also warned the public to be on the alert of a scam that keeps resurfacing and circulating on social media promising a pay out of R30 000.


Students are generally a tech savvy bunch, particularly when it comes to the internet and social media platforms. But that doesn't make you a target for various fraudulent scams. Be aware of new trends and cyber trolls.


The Department of Public Works has warned the public of a recent fraudulent scam about a 2019 internship programme.


The Department of Water and Sanitation has warned the public to be aware of employment scams on social media claiming to come from the department.


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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