Warning: Metro not recruiting on social media

Don't fall for social media job scam warns metro.

The metro is warning people not to fall for a hoax message circulating on social media communicating a recruitment process for the metro’s Keep Ekurhuleni Clean Programme.

The municipality has not invited applicants nor started the process of recruitment for the programme. Once internal administration processes are concluded, Ekurhuleni will make an announcement and invite the public to submit applications for a fair and transparent recruitment process.

Members of the community and councillors are encouraged to report people who may be involved in an illegal “recruitment process” to their nearest Customer Care Centre or by calling the call centre on 0860 543 000.

The metro urges residents to be vigilant and guard against being swindled by fraudsters.



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