News and articles relating to the Background Screening industry in South Africa and abroad.
17 June 2015 - By MIE
Qualification fraud is fast becoming a significant problem in South Africa – increasing by 200% over the last five years (2009 – 2014) and impacting even the highest executive levels.
11 June 2015 - By Belinda Bozzoli
In today’s Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training it was revealed that that massive backlog of certificates owed to Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) graduates would not be cleared in the next year.
03 June 2015 - By News 24
The Emergency Management Services say they are dismayed by the arrest of one of their Johannesburg firefighters for allegedly taking cash in exchange for jobs and certificates.
02 June 2015 - By HR Future
Another stark reminder of how seriously our justice system takes qualifications fraud presented itself earlier this month when former police spokesperson, Vincent Mdunge was sentenced to five years imprisonment by the Durban Regional Court.
01 June 2015 - By SABC News
Allegations of corruption and maladministration are rife in some municipalities in Limpopo. Mayor of the Tubatse Municipality in Burgersfort is accused of interfering in the awarding of a security tender.
01 June 2015 - By HR Future
MIE addressed these challenges head-on and, under Ina’s expert guidance, has consistently grown the businesses service demand year-on-year. Growth was slow at first. MIE conducted only 500 background checks in 1988, reaching 33,000 in 1998.