You will soon be able to book your learner and driving licence test online

The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) is introducing an online service which will allow learner and driving licence applications to be made online.

Applicants will be able to choose the date, time and place of their tests.

The system has been created in a bid to put an end to corruption at licensing departments, among other reasons, explains the RTMC’s Simon Zwane.

The need to introduce the system is to improve efficiencies, modernise services in the centres and reduce opportunities for corruption.

Simon Zwane, Spokesperson for the Road Traffic Management Corporation

The current system involves a lot of handling by officials.

Simon Zwane, Spokesperson for the Road Traffic Management Corporation

The online service, which will be piloted in Guateng this September, will also be available to those renewing their licences.

Listen to the explanation on The John Maytham Show:


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
Transport Dept told to step in and formalise Fireblade terminal deal at OR Tambo

Transport Dept told to step in and formalise Fireblade terminal deal at OR Tambo

The court found last year that Oppenheimers' Fireblade Aviation terminal was granted permission to operate by Home Affairs Dept.

Sea Point cops accused of misconduct during late night roadblock search

Sea Point cops accused of misconduct during late night roadblock search

There has been no apology from Saps after a Cape Town woman was allegedly accosted by Sea Point police officers during a search.

 Semenya's battle against IAAF puts spotlight on sports categories, says expert

Semenya's battle against IAAF puts spotlight on sports categories, says expert

The Olympic 800 metres champion is challenging proposed IAAF rules that could force her to lower her testosterone levels.

Billionaire Patrice Motsepe promises to keep hands off Eskom unbundling

Billionaire Patrice Motsepe promises to keep hands off Eskom unbundling

SA billionaire Patrice Motsepe says his company will not participate in the sale or disposal of any entities or assets of Eskom.

Have your say on City's new plan to help make Cape Town drought-proof

Have your say on City's new plan to help make Cape Town drought-proof

The City of CT plans to increase available water capacity by more than 300 million litres a day through various measures.

Pick n Pay adds fresh produce bags to range of re-usable shopping bags

Pick n Pay adds fresh produce bags to range of re-usable shopping bags

The retailer will trial a re-usable netted fruit and vegetable fresh produce bag as an alternative to the clear plastic veg bags.

Popular articles
Traffic congestion: Capetonians spending 75% more time in vehicles

Traffic congestion: Capetonians spending 75% more time in vehicles

Cape Town has the worst congestion levels in the whole of South Africa.

DStv subscription price hikes for 2019

DStv subscription price hikes for 2019

MultiChoice will increase the prices of certain DStv packages from 1 April.

'Bring back skilled engineers to Eskom' - Solidarity

'Bring back skilled engineers to Eskom' - Solidarity

Trade Union Solidarity says it supports Pravin Gordhan's idea that technicians who used to work for Eskom should be brought back.

Criminals targeting homes with aluminium windows, warns neighborhood watch

Criminals targeting homes with aluminium windows, warns neighborhood watch

The Panorama, Welgelegen and Plattekloof Neighbourhood Watch has identified a new house break-in trend.