No P30,000 Registration Fee For Driving Schools - BQA

BQA Offices
BQA Offices

The Botswana Qualifications Authority (BQA) yesterday dismissed allegations on social media accusing the qualifications authority of charging driving schools P30,000 and demanding other hefty requirements as untruths.

Social media was on overdrive last weekend with some influential voices blasting the BQA for levying driving schools that are mostly run by the poor P30,000 as well as requiring such facilities as offices for registration and accreditation.

However, BQA manager for institutional audit, Sandra Pabalinga yesterday denied the allegations and emphasised that BQA does not, in fact regulate driving schools, stating that as it has always been the case, the driving school industry continues to be regulated by the Department of Transport.

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