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    Tuesday, 16 October 2018

    Junior Driving School expands to Gweru


    TAWANDA HOMBA

    MASVINGO – Junior Driving School, a rising brand in teaching road safety and driving competencies will open a new branch in Gweru on October 10 this year, Noah Marima the school’s director has confirmed.
    The School which is the dominant one in Masvingo is seeking new opportunities in the country’s third largest city and this is more so on the back of a successful civil servant scheme that they just introduced.
    “All is set for the opening of our fifth branch in Gweru next week. We decided to open this branch as demand for our products is growing. For example the civil servants scheme where they pay through SSB stop orders is a hit and they have been requesting us to open branches near their workstations and this is part of the drive to meet the demand.
    “We are going to open more branches throughout the country for our growing customer base,” said Marima
    Junior Driving has branches in Chipinge, Masvingo, Nyika and Gutu and boasts of seasoned instructors.
    The school started with only one car in 2012 and only offered Class 4 lessons, but has grown over the years to have over 20 vehicles including a bus for Class 1 drivers.
    Meanwhile, Junior Driving school scooped an award for the most outstanding stand in Motor Trade at the just ended Masvingo Agriculture Show. The prize was handed over by the new Minister of State for Masvingo Provincial Affairs, Ezra Chadzamira on Saturday.


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