Driving opportunities for Sisekelo pupils

2019-05-15 06:01
photo: supplied Sisekelo pupils with Mhayise Driving School’s Smiso Hlatshwayo.

photo: supplied Sisekelo pupils with Mhayise Driving School’s Smiso Hlatshwayo.

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THE driving instructor from Mhayise Driving School, Smiso Hlatshwayo, visited Sisekelo High School recently with the purpose of training and equipping pupils in terms of how to drive a vehicle in order to be more marketable in the workplace after matric.

Most pupils in rural schools don’t have driving schools nearby, so pupils have to go to the towns if they wish to learn how to drive, be tested and receive a driver’s licence, which is costly for them.

To solve this problem, Mhayise Driving School came up with a promotion suitable for pupils from the age of 17 and older. The driving school has also reduced its prices dramatically, so that even pupils from poor families can afford to attend Mhayise Driving School. The programme has already started and continues until the end of the June holidays. — Supplied.


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