15 October 2013
Minister of Home Affairs Naledi
Pandor is today expected to unveil three Home Affairs offices in Pretoria and Johannesburg
allocated for the first phase of the Smart ID Card application for the public.
Meanwhile also today the Director
General Mkuseli Apleni will unveil the Cape
Street offices where members of the
Portfolio committee on Home Affairs are expected to apply for the smart ID
Departmental Spokesperson Ronnie
Mamoepa said the department has been engaged in a process of revamping
infrastructure in offices across the country to enable us to roll the smart ID
cards to the public.
“The opening of the three offices in
Gauteng and the Western Cape are part of the national plan by minister Pandor
and the department of Home Affairs to unveil more offices across the country
later this year” Mamoepa added.
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