South Africa is now a place where people come and fraudulently obtain different types of document to secure a job with it without government inference.
This could be found in many different sectors of our society and the most disheartening part is the fact that our government are paying little or no attention to this emerging development.
A concerned South African lady who is often known for speaking up on issues of national importance, Miss Victoria Africa has stated that there are many foreigner working as teachers and Doctors with fake qualifications.
She pleaded with South African Qualifications Authority to kick start a project that would ensure every civil worker's qualifications is verified.
In her words, she said:
"We have many foreign teachers and doctors using fake qualifications in South Africa. We plead with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to start a project where they will verify qualifications in Schools, universities and health department. We need to clean up"
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