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Chaos is unfolding at some licensing centers in Gauteng. Police have fired rubber bullets to disperse demonstrators at the Langlaagte Testing station.
One of the organisers of the protest, Mmereki Legodi says they will not rest until all the 38 testing centers in the province are closed.
The Johannesburg Metro Police Department needs to facilitate a meeting between the Marlboro Driving school association and the Department of transport to find an amicable solution to fixing the online booking system.
This comes after the association blocked the entrance to the Marlboro DLTC in Sandton.
Police have managed to disperse the protesters, and all entrances to the center are open.
Driving schools across the country have been raising frustrations about the system as they struggle to secure bookings.
Disgruntled protesters say it is a daily struggle getting slots for their customers. Disgruntled motorists with appointments are being turned away.
According to JMPD Spokesperson Xolani Fihla, driving schools and motorists want the system to operate efficiently.
JMPD urges motorists who have appointments at the testing center to be patient.