News and articles relating to the Background Screening industry in South Africa and abroad.
28 May 2015 - By Fiona Forde
THREE months after the fake PhD of SA’s ambassador to Japan, Mohau Pheko, was exposed, some of her other qualifications are raising red flags.
15 May 2015 - By www.hrfuture.net
Allegations that a provincial premier is enriching himself through tenders for friends and family have recently come to light. These allegations suggest that the premier has been using his political influence to further the business interests of those close to him.
05 May 2015 - By News24 - Dirk Lotriet
The cash-strapped Matjhabeng local municipality near Welkom is paying the legal costs of two former Free State MECs, who are on trial for alleged abuse of public funds.
15 April 2015 - By Sowetan - Frank Maponya
Mankoro Matlou, who is accused of being a fake dentist since 2007, is out on bail
13 April 2015 - By Sunday Times
This latest scandal is just the latest in a series that have rocked public confidence in the institution. SARS, charged with collecting tax monies from SA taxpayers, has been regarded as a shining light of efficiency and integrity; recent events have tended to tarnish that reputation in the minds of many taxpayers.
19 March 2015 - By The Witness - Martin Ppozesky
As a retired university professor of applied ethics who worked very hard for his own degrees, I have con¬tempt for people who buy and use so-called degrees from institutions that purport to be genuine universities but are not, and then use them fraudulently to obtain appointments and the benefits that come with them.