Reports: Competition Commission questioning SA propagandize uniform …
December 19, 2016 - School Uniform
JOHANNESBURG – The Competition Commission is reportedly questioning South African propagandize uniform monopolies who allegedly exaggerate and force relatives to buy from certain suppliers.
The Sunday Times is stating that a elect will be questioning prolonged station disdainful retailer agreements entered into by propagandize ruling bodies, principals and retailers.
The commission’s examine into a R10 billion attention comes amid allegations that comparison propagandize executives get paid for disdainful retailer contracts.
The elect says it perceived dozens of complaints from relatives who had been forced to buy propagandize uniform from comparison suppliers customarily prescribed by a school.
Over and above that, a prices for these equipment are unaffordable for many parents.
The paper is also stating that this is a use that customarily happens among former Model C and private schools.
The elect is now looking into Curro Holdings, Emmarentia Primary School and Vezimfundo in Delmas.
Some schools have reportedly begun terminating their disdainful retailer contracts and a elect has vowed to take movement opposite those who don’t follow suit.
(Edited by Leeto M Khoza)