Motorists get option to pay online to renew car licences
The Road Traffic Management Corporation joins forces with FNB to offer a service that allows motorists to renew and pay for their licence discs online.
Corruption leads to backlogs in online licence booking system
The transport minister confirms initial investigations show corruption is the reason online booking slots have been unavailable at various Gauteng Driving Licence Testing Centres.
RTMC to utilise drones to identify road hazards
The Department of Transport confirms the Road Traffic Management Corporation, the national traffic law enforcement agency, will invest in drone technology.
Traffic officers to be kitted out with bodycams to curb bribery
Ahead of the Easter period, the Department of Transport will today introduce body-worn cameras to be used by traffic officers.
Driving schools want online licence booking system scrapped
Members of the National Driving School Association of SA say the online drivers' licence booking system is inefficient and crippled by corruption.
ICT Tenders – Technology highway
This week’s National Tender Bulletin sees the country's road entities looking to upgrade their technology.
Online slots for driver's licence few and far between
Despite an online driving licence booking service, some Gauteng motorists are growing frustrated with the process to renew their driver's licences.
Driving licence applications to go online
The Road Traffic Management Corporation plans to introduce an online system to allow the public to secure bookings at vehicle driving licensing centres.
Government to keep control of eNatis
The Constitutional Court dismisses Tasima's application to hang on to the vehicle registration system, signalling an end to the years-long legal battle over management of eNatis.
ConCourt delivers final blow to Tasima
The Road Traffic Management Corporation will operate eNatis following the court's decision to dismiss attempts to stop the transfer management process.
DOT slammed over Tasima payments
The underlying deal allowing Tasima to run eNatis is being probed.