Consumer Protection Act, 2008 (Act No. 68 of 2008)
Consumer Protection Act Regulations
14. Prohibition on intermediary arranging transport contracts
An arrangement, agreement, practice or scheme is a fraudulent transport contract if it involves a person by false pretence or with the intent to defraud another person, represents that the first person is capable of arranging a transport contract, whether of cargo or passengers, for execution by the consumer and requires the consumer to pay in advance a fee or remuneration of whatever nature, whether goodwill or any other form of consideration.