Bullying rife in driving school association

2018-03-21 06:00

THE KwaDukuza Driving School Association has resorted to bullying members who have not paid their fees and members who have not attended three consecutive meetings, by banning them from using the M.L. Sultan grounds for conducting their parking lessons.

I would like the association to produce documentations such as lease agreements, title deeds and/or rates invoices proving ownership of the M.L. Sultan grounds.

This is clearly a violation of an individual’s right to use the grounds in order to earn an honest living.

We are all ratepayers of KwaDukuza and should enjoy the privilege of being allowed to conduct the training of students at this very venue, and this includes the public.

The above-mentioned organisation is trying to force members into paying or else “exit”.

Some of the executive members, if not all, have not paid their dues, but are allowed to use the parking place because they are the “big guns” of the association.

This type of injustice, and extorting money from ordinary members, has to be stopped and if this type of behaviour persists then these people should be prosecuted and put in jail.

The driving schools are privileged in having this ground available to conduct their businesses, although it is a bus terminal for pupils attending the school and belongs to the municipality and not the driving schools.

I would like to urge the community of KwaDukuza and surrounding areas to assist and encourage as well as guide the driving school industry as I believe that this is more of a service to the community than a business.



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