Community cautioned of job scams at Bethal Hospital

The Mpumalanga Department of Health wishes to warn community members to be vigilant of job scams.

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This is after a post that circulated on social media of vacancies alleged available at Bethal Hospital.

“Scammers are targeting job seekers to mislead and convince them with false information of and any other professions at Bethal Hospital and other various health care facilities. To put it on record the department uses print and various electronic media as a channel for communicating or advertising vacant post or any recent developments meant for public consumption,” read the department’s statement.

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Community members are advised to ignore job adverts that are only circulated on WhatsApp and report any person trying to scam or selling jobs to SAPS.

The Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison will also be notified about the malicious behavior as a sister department to assist on the matter.

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