Mining & Industry News
01 September 2017

We have been made aware that people from all over South Africa are paying a fee of anything between R500 and R5000 for a job at Impala.

Candidates arrive at Impala on a daily basis claiming they have been recruited for employment, often arriving with fraudulent medical forms.  

This is the work of fraudsters and is a scam. These people approach job-seekers through electronic media and other mediums claiming to represent Impala and invite candidates to come and work for the company.

Employees are requested to inform their families and friends in their communities, churches, schools and so on, that Impala does not sell jobs and that people should never pay money for a job.

 “Be aware that Impala will never request payment of a fee for employment at the company. If you are required to pay, there is definitely something wrong. Help us put a stop to a practice, which is not only criminal, but morally wrong.”

Impala press release, 23 August 2017

Our recruitment code of practice

  • Teba in Phokeng manages the recruitment process
    • Impala sources all new employees through Teba and all applications for work at Impala must be submitted through their offices in Phokeng
    • Teba will call candidates who have submitted CVs and have passed their medical to come to Impala at no cost
  • Impala’s Recruitment Department does not accept any CVs (not even from current employees)
  • Recruitment Officers do not accept money for jobs
  • Impala does not tolerate bribery
    • Please be aware that bribery is a criminal offence
    • Receiving or paying a bribe is a dismissible offence

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