Home Affairs helps matrics with ID problems
25 September 2011
Home Affairs has made a special 24-hour call centre available for matriculants who encounter problems with applications for identity documents.
Director general Mkuseli Apleni says they want to prevent problems ahead of the matric exams.
The move was prompted by complaints from the public.
Earlier this year, the government targeted over four-and-a-half-thousand schools across the country in its drive to ensure pupils 16 years and older had IDs.