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Bogus Labour Inspector In Kwazulu Natal

by lloyd last modified 2008-09-30 11:17

The Department of Labour in Kwazulu Natal has warned employers and members of the public to be on the look-out for a conman pretending to be a labour inspector and offering to help claimants in exchange for large sums of money.

Released by The Department of Labour on 22 February 2008

The Department of Labour in Kwazulu Natal has warned employers and members of the public to be on the look-out for a conman pretending to be a labour inspector and offering to help claimants in exchange for large sums of money. 

 

This follows a complaint by two employers from the Tongaat area who claimed to have fallen prey together with other shop owners to the bogus inspector. The bogus inspector who has allegedly been described to be elderly with a beard and calls himself, Mr Ngcobo has been especially threatening to female employers.

 

Any person in doubt or encountering suspicious activities is advised to contact the nearest Labour Centre located at Verulam on 032 5335050 to verify the inspector. All inspectors of the department are expected to produce an identification card with their photo and the departmental logo.

 





 

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