The Department of Home Affairs said
information circulating social media about training opportunities offered by
the department for unemployed matriculates is false.
The Department’s Director General Mkuseli
Apleni said the false job advert was to mislead young people who are
desperately in need of work.
Department’s David Hlabane said The
Department wishes to put it on the record that such reports are false and devoid
of truth, with a potential to mislead young people who are desperately in need
"What Home Affairs has initiated through its
Learning Academy in the quest to
contribute to the national drive for skills development and fighting
unemployment is a cadet programme for unemployed graduates." Hlabane added.
He added that The
cadet programme for graduates will first run as a pilot with effect from
February 2014. In this regard the selection of prospective candidates has been
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