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Emnambithi/Ladysmith Municipality Scam Alert: Municipality does not offer jobs for money

2 March 2015

The Emnambithi/Ladysmith Municipality wishes to point out that there are no vacancies or jobs that are offered to the community at a fee.

No jobs are for sale and if any member of the community comes across any situation of that case please communicate that with the SAP as soon as possible.

A woman from Pietermaritzburg recently fell victim to an unknown man, calling himself Mr Ntuli who says he works for the Emnambithi/Ladysmith Municipality.

"Ntuli" apparently promised her and her nephew positions as drivers and that they would have to pay R3500 each.

The victim says she came all the way from Pietermaritzburg on Tuesday 24 February with her nephew after her husband had spoken to "NtuIi" who offered his assistance.

Her husband luckily did a background check on "Ntuli" and found out that there was no such person and no such driver vacancies in the municipality.

"Ntuli" is believed to drive a Toyota bakkie with GP registration.

Anyone who comes across "Ntuli" or any other person offering jobs at the municipality at a fee should contact the police.

The Emnambithi/Ladysmith Municipality advertises vacancies and proper recruitment processes are followed. No municipal employee is eligible to receive money in a form of a bribe in return for offering a vacancy/job.

Issued by the Municipal Communications

Mr S Maphalala
Manager: Communications
Tel: 036 635 3400
Cell: 082 490 8716