“Traffic learnership posts advertised are not for sale” – DCSSL

Following the advertisement of the traffic learnership posts, The Mpumalanga Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison MEC, Gabisile Shabalala warns fraudsters not to take advantage of vulnerable aspiring traffic learners by making them pay for learnerships.

“The MEC is aware of the rumours doing the rounds that there are mischievous people who promise entry into traffic learnerships in exchange for money. We are appealing to young people not to fall prey to fraudsters but to instead report such individuals to the police so that they are brought to book. Government jobs, learnerships and internships are not for sale,” said the MEC.

READ: Motorists warned to settle outstanding traffic summonses or face arrest

Shabalala also calls on the public in general to be wary of scammers who are constantly out to swindle people out of their hard earned cash. She added that such individuals take advantage of desperate young people who are unemployed.

“We must work together to bring these evil doers to book. They must be arrested and face the full consequences of the their actions. Those who come across people asking for money in exchange for jobs should hesitate to report to the police.”

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