An application in terms of the National Road Traffic Act shall be made by the applicant at a driving license testing centre on form LL1 and shall be accompanied—
by two identical black and white or color photographs of the applicant;
acceptable identification of the applicant and a photo copy thereof;
in the case of an applicant who is 65 years of age or older, by the medical certificate on form MC signed by a medical practitioner or occupational health practitioner, certifying that the applicant is not disqualified in terms of National Road Traffic Act from obtaining a learner’s or driving license; and
by the appropriate fee as determined by the MEC of the province concerned.
Shall Give Notice of Change of Residence
When the holder of a license to drive a motor vehicle which was issued in terms of the National Road Traffic Act has changed his or her place of residence permanently, he or she shall, within 14 days after such change, notify in the prescribed manner the registering authority in whose area he or she is ordinarily resident of his or her new residential and postal address.
No person who is the owner or operator, or is in charge, or control, of a motor vehicle shall employ or permit any other person to drive that vehicle on a public road unless that other person is licensed in accordance with the National Road Traffic Act to drive the vehicle.