SABC warns of internship scam

2016-02-04 12:52

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Durban – The SABC on Thursday warned job hunters and graduates not to pay money for spots on its internship programme.

“The SABC's legitimate internship recruitment drive closed on Sunday, January 31, and this process did not require an application fee,” said SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago.

He said there had been an increase in bogus websites and internet links luring graduates to apply for the SABC’s internship programme, for a fee.

People should only apply for its internship programme via its official website or by visiting its offices.

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