Do Not Apply For These Sassa Jobs



South Africa has an unemployment rate of 33.9%. Many of these individuals are desperately seeking employment and job opportunities. However, they should practise caution before applying for jobs.




The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has warned members of the public against applying for jobs purporting to be from the agency. This as a recent social media post claimed that Sassa has more than 100,000 vacancies.

The social media post in question claims that Sassa needs 160,000 workers in 2022 and that people should start applying to fill these posts. The job advertisement further provides requirements, qualifying criteria and the benefits of the programme.

It also contains a link where job seekers can begin their applications. Sassa has warned that this job advertisement is fake and warned members of the public against applying. 

They explained that all Sassa vacancies are advertised in either national newspapers or the Sassa’s official website. They will not advertise job positions on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. 

The South African government currently employs around 13% of the country’s workforce. This equates to approximately 1.2 million people employed across various government departments throughout the country.

These jobs are advertised on several official government websites. To apply for a government job, you will be required to complete and submit a Z83 form

Government vacancies are advertised on their respective national government department websites and on the Public Service Vacancy Circular. Job vacancies are also advised in the Vuk'uzenzele newspaper.





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