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UNKI Speaks On Circulating Recruitment Adverts


By Portia Muzorava

Platinum Miner, Unki has urged the public to beware of fake job adverts circulating on social media platforms.

In a statement, Unki Mine urged the public to ignore recruitment fraud by catching heartless criminals that are targeting people looking for jobs.

The miner highlighted that Anglo-American vacancies, including those at Unki Mines, will never be advertised on social media such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.

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They added that these fraudsters are trying to get your personal information or money by pretending to represent Anglo American Platinum or parts of its business indicating that they fool people by running fake job adverts and making fraudulent job offers, often, they also ask people for money to participate in recruitment processes.

Recently the Zvishavane ZRP Community Relations and Liaisons Officer, Assistant Inspector Respect Manyuchi, advised the public to take note of the various ways that scammers and fraudsters use to steal from them.

He said some lie that they work at the Vehicle Inspection Department, and they can offer you cheap driving licences, others appear at public places like courts whilst some target pensioners and claim that they are working for their bank so that they dispatch information about their banking details and steal from them.

He also advised the public to treat everyone as a suspect and not to trust anyone.


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