‘Racist’ South African job ad serves as warning to recruiters subcontracting work

Recruiters have been warned to tread carefully when subcontracting work in light of a ‘racist’ job advert placed on behalf of a South African TV channel.

Over the weekend, South African news site Channel 24 reported South African TV channel M-Net had parted ways with recruitment agency Ambit Recruitment.

According to Channel 24, an ad was placed for a job at M-Net that read: “We are specifically...

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