SA Deals with Fake Qualifications

Acting cabinet spokesperson says the private and public sectors should be commended for dealing with fake qualifications.

Phumla Williams, acting cabinet spokesperson, states that, South Africans are not lying about their qualifications in greater numbers, but rather‚ the private and public sectors should be commended for dealing with fake qualifications.
 
In a statement, Williams assets that, the increase in the number of companies and government departments ensuring the verification of academic and professional qualifications of prospective employees‚ as reported by quality assurance body Umalusi‚ was an indication that South Africa is moving towards clean governance.
 
She is of the view that it is important to uphold values such as fairness‚ transparency‚ ethical conduct and accountability, adding that, “people using fake qualifications are damaging the credibility and reputation of institutions of higher learning.”
 
To read the article titled, “SA doesn't have more job cheats‚ we're just catching them - Government,” click here.

Source: 
Sowetan Live

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