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South Africans panicked after Minister Of Labour Thembelani Thulas revealed this to the Public.

source: https://twitter.com/HeraldNMB/status/1485896807049748485?t=JeH-cEur OEHzjEm Es7hQ&s=08 



When its office in Atteridgeville, Pretoria, was broken into last Wednesday, the branch of work and work claims that safety officers were close. 


The office announced last week that it had temporarily halted operations after major equipment and other resources, including computers, were removed on January 19. 


"The office is unable to predict when administrations will resume. Nonetheless, the plan is to keep going as long as time allows. The police have been informed about the incident." 



Mishack Magakwe, a commonplace spokesperson, said on Monday that the division employs a private security firm and that two security officers were there at the time of the incident. 


He stated that the method by which the burglars gained access to the premises remained a mystery. 


"Any information about how the robbers acquired the part is now just hypothetical. The separator, however, has been damaged, the fence has been cut, and the doors have been shattered." 


The office had filed a report with the police, but Magakwe claimed there were no leads at this time. 


Customers' sensitive data remained safe on the office's servers, despite the fact that PCs were removed. 


"Nothing was misplaced. All of the information is stored on the server, which has remained spotless."


Customers who require services related to Covid-19 Ters applications, the Unemployment Insurance Fund, and job administrations, among other things, were advised to use online services or visit various branches.

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