Hennie Brits was born in Stellenbosch. After school, he did his 2-year military service and in 1989 went to the Gene Louw Traffic College in Brackenfell where he was the best student of his class.
He started his career as a provincial traffic official in Colesberg. He furthered his studies and obtained a B Pol degree in 2001 and a Honours degree in Criminology in 2011 where he also was the best student in Criminal Law of his class.
In 2017 after almost 29 years service as a traffic official and examiner for drivers licence tests, he decided to take a step of faith, resigned as a traffic official and openened Doxa Driving Tuition in Kimberley.
He is well known for his excellent training and integrity.
Doxa is a greek word that means to honor and worship God.
Hennie started the school with the well known Bible Verse Rom 8:31: “If God is for us, who can be against us”
Hennie is married to Renthia Brits. They have 2 children and are blessed with 3 grandchildren.