eHomeAffairs allows you to apply for an ID or Passport via the internet: Here’s how it works

By: ProBonoMatters South African citizens can now avoid long queues associated with applying for identity and travel documents at the Home Affairs stations by applying for these documents via the internet. This is courtesy of a new online system called eHomeAffairs. The system allows for South African citizens to apply for their Smart ID Cards … Read moreeHomeAffairs allows you to apply for an ID or Passport via the internet: Here’s how it works

Book online for your Drivers License, Learners, Professional Driving Permit: Here’s how it works

By: SATopShops You can now book online for your Drivers License test, Learners License, Professional Driving Permit (PrDP) and Drivers License Card Renewal and avoid the long queues associated with getting these licenses. This is after the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) launched an online booking platform recently in Gauteng. It plugs into the National Traffic Information … Read moreBook online for your Drivers License, Learners, Professional Driving Permit: Here’s how it works

New online booking system for licensing centers: Here’s how it works

By: SATopShops The transport department is rolling out a new online booking system for licensing centers with a mission of ending long queues and corruption. Plugging into the National Traffic Information System (NaTIS), the roll-out means that applicants can make an online booking for learner’s and driver’s license tests and to renew their driver’s licences. … Read moreNew online booking system for licensing centers: Here’s how it works

Gautrain’s contingency plan for the strike period: All you need to know

SATopShops Gautrain has come up with a contingency plan that offers limited service on peak periods during the week and bus services on weekends as the strike by the majority of its workers continues. The plan is anchored on peak period train service, 05h45 – 9h00 and 16h00 – 19h00, that runs as follows: Pretoria to … Read moreGautrain’s contingency plan for the strike period: All you need to know