News and articles relating to the Background Screening industry in South Africa and abroad.
26 January 2015 - By New Age - Vusimuzi Shabangu
According to the latest figures, as much as 18% of job seekers lied on their CVs last year, with the largest portion coming from the younger generation, Managed Integrity Evaluation's index said recently.
15 January 2015 - By Business Day - Karl Gernetzky
The exposure of unqualified executives has benefited verification agencies, writes Karl Gernetzky
29 December 2014 - By Pretoria News - Letter to the Editor
It is simply impossible for public figures to fake credentials without the active or passive connivance of some people who know that they are living a lie. In this regard, Ellen Tshabalala is gone from the SABC, but the question remains: how did the Presidency make this appointment without picking up that she was an impostor? A few scenarios present themselves to explain this.
19 December 2014 - By Daily News - Siyabulela Dzanibe
The department said this week it was aware of several colleges and institutions purporting to offer higher education programmes without registration.
17 December 2014 - By Eastern Free State Express - Letter to the Editor
The rot of fake qualifications is nothing new in South Africa. Its increase is simply because it was left unchecked for too long without verifying with academic institutions.