Department of Employment and labour made a dismissal of this notification
By Kukizi | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 0 views
There has been concerns over the spread of fake news over different platforms of social media.The spread of false information had been condemned and highlighted as being bad for South Africa and the rest of the world. The Department of Employment and Labour is the latest to fall victim to fake news .
The Department of Employment and labour released a statement condemning and dismissing a fake notice that has circulating. The fake statement has been calling upon individuals with a qualification in the Bachelor of Commerce to submit their CVs .
The Department of Employment and labour urged those members of the public who may have received the notification or email to ignore the message as it is not authentic.It was revealed that there are members of the public who want to take advantage of the situation and send false information.
There has been a call for the members of the public to be careful of such scam messages as they do not reveal anything from the Labour department.
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