Backlog balloons with SA’s only driver’s licence machine in for repairs

2022/01/12 21:44:00

SA’s sole licence card machine has been broken for months, and it could take a while longer before it’s fixed

SA’s sole licence card machine has been broken for months, and it could take a while longer before it’s fixed

SA’s sole licence card machine has been broken for months, and it could take a while longer before it’s fixed

GILL GIFFORDThe only machine in SA able to print driver’s licence cards has been sent to Germany for repairs and will be back and operational “in the next month or two, maybe even quicker than that if the Germans have already started working on it”.Transport minister Fikile Mbalula said on Wednesday that he will announce interim measures to handle the backlog of licence renewals and applications “sometime next week” in a bid to deal with the crisis...

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In the meantime Are we going to be fined It’s unbelievable we keep voting in these 🤡. Again & again our people need mental helpVoetsekANC

Backlog balloons with SA’s only driver’s licence machine in for repairsSA’s sole licence card machine has been broken for months, and it could take a while longer before it’s fixed So in the meantime you get a fine? Mara why people can't see that Mbalula is incompetent. How can a big country like SA have one driver's license machine. Rail infrastructure is no more. What is he best with.

Mbalula cooking up a plan to deal with broken driver's licence machineThe machine, which is used to print driver's licence cards, is currently being repaired in Germany. Funckile cooking up a plan they are good at making speeches

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‘We are ready for them’: Fikile Mbalula warns taxi relief fund scammersRequirements for funding include that applicants be SA citizens or permanent citizens, must produce valid operating licences and must be registered as a taxpayer with the SA Revenue Service. MbalulaFikile MYANC are big scammers, what is she saying now? Whose we cause the WE is forever thirsty. Fix the trains

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By GILL GIFFORD The only machine in SA able to print driver’s licence cards has been sent to Germany for repairs and will be back and operational “in the next month or two, maybe even quicker than that if the Germans have already started working on it”.By GILL GIFFORD The only machine in SA able to print driver’s licence cards has been sent to Germany for repairs and will be back and operational “in the next month or two, maybe even quicker than that if the Germans have already started working on it”.Competitions WORLD ","category_class":"child-of-news","time_ago":"2 hours ago","premium":false,"gallery":false,"excerpt":"Fact-checkers called on YouTube to ensure its algorithm did not actively promote fake news to users.Reporter 12 January 2022 - 10:53 Transport minister Fikile Mbalula says subsidising the taxi industry will relieve the working class who use taxis daily.

Transport minister Fikile Mbalula said on Wednesday that he will announce interim measures to handle the backlog of licence renewals and applications “sometime next week” in a bid to deal with the crisis....co. This article is free to read if you register or sign in. This article is free to read if you register or sign in. If you have already registered or subscribed, please sign in to continue.  Mbalula said he wanted the money to reach the right people.

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