Cape Town – The Competition Commission South Africa is warning schools and suppliers that it will prosecute those not complying with the law pertaining to the pricing of school uniforms.
This comes after a large number of people have been complaining about the increasing prices of school uniforms as a result of schools using different suppliers.
The commission has recommended schools to stimulate market competition by amending contracts with suppliers who may produce one-of-a-kind pieces of clothing, such as blazers or tracksuits.
Speaking on SAfm, the Competition Commission Khanyisa Qobo, divisional manager for advocacy, said that this is the advocacy they will be campaigning on every…
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