VAAL TRIANGLE - The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) says the Gauteng government has no excuse for not taking immediate action against corruption at Driving License Testing Centres (DLTC). This is in light of a report which highlights alleged corruption activities that take place at DLTCs. According to the report, a person in Gauteng can buy a driving license for R6,500 without taking a test. It was also revealed that there are runners who book online slots and sell them at a price. OUTA’s Advocate, Stefanie Fick, says OUTA demands that serious action is taken to eradicate the corruption taking place.