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BB Polokwane Nissan management John Gallant (new vehicle sales executive) far left , Karel Ferreira (dealer principal), and Paul Roets (new vehicle sales manager) in the middle, hand over patrol vehicles to SPTA representatives. They are David Mantsho (secretary), Solly Ledwaba (chairperson), John Rapetsoa (disciplinary committee chairperson), Tshepo Makibelo (operations manager), and Kgakgamatso Ramoba (spokesperson).

BB Polokwane Nissan, taxi association strengthen relations

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A good and healthy working relationship between BB Polokwane Nissan and Seshego Polokwane Taxi Association (SPTA) made it possible for the association to acquire four new patrol vehicles and two Nissan taxis to help boost the industry.
The six vehicles were officially handed over to the association by dealership management on Tuesday. BB Polokwane Nissan new vehicle sales executive John Gallant indicated that they have been working closely with SPTA for the past four years and it was not the first time they do business with them. He further stated that they have provided the association with four taxis in the past and reiterated that the dealership values the taxi industry and would continue working with them. He reckoned that the patrol vehicles would assist the association to monitor the routes to ensure that all operators are registered with SPTA and again guarantee smooth running of business.
Association chairperson Solly Ledwaba emphasised that they have been working together with BB Polokwane Nissan for a while and their relationship was improving each year.
“This is the second batch of vehicles we bought from the dealership and we are very impressed with the services. The dealership takes the taxi industry serious and they are always willing to help where possible,” Ledwaba explained.
He further highlighted that the old patrol cars were not roadworthy anymore that is why they decided to get the new ones to be able to patrol the routes safely and not find themselves at the wrong end of the law. He added that the two taxis would add to the four old ones to bring the total number of SPTA taxis to six.
BB Polokwane Nissan is part of the 50-year-old BB Group Legacy. The dealership is a fully fledged franchise that offers new and used vehicles, parts and service to all existing Nissan customers and potential customers. Anyone who is interested to purchase a Nissan vehicle can visit the dealership at the corner of Excelsior and Landdros Maré Streets or contact them on 015 287 1300.

Story & photos: ENDY SENYATSI
>>endy@observer.co.za

SPTA chairperson Solly Ledwaba in one of the new patrol vehicles.

BB Polokwane Nissan new vehicle sales executive John Gallant (middle) hands over four patrol vehicles and two Nissan taxis to SPTA management Solly Ledwaba (chairperson) and Matome Molaba (treasurer).

John Gallant (BB Polokwane Nissan new vehicle sales executive), Tebogo Ramoroka (SPTA deputy chairperson), Solly Ledwaba (SPTA chairperson), and Matome Molaba (SPTA treasurer) in one of the newly purchased Nissan taxis.

John Gallant (BB Polokwane Nissan new vehicle sales executive) congratulates SPTA representatives Solly Ledwaba (chairperson), Matome Molaba (treasurer) and Tebogo Ramoroka (deputy chairperson) on the association’s newly purchased vehicles.

BB Polokwane Nissan management John Gallant (new vehicle sales executive) far left , Karel Ferreira (dealer principal), and Paul Roets (new vehicle sales manager) in the middle, hand over patrol vehicles to SPTA representatives. They are David Mantsho (secretary), Solly Ledwaba (chairperson), John Rapetsoa (disciplinary committee chairperson), Tshepo Makibelo (operations manager), and Kgakgamatso Ramoba (spokesperson).