The main equipment for creating driver's licenses has been repaired and is now producing cards.
Through Twitter, Fikile Mbalula
The main machine in South Africa that prints driver's license cards, which had been broken since November 7 of last year, has finally been repaired and is working again.
In November, the 20-year-old machine broke down, resulting in a backlog of permit recharge requests.
The machine had been fixed and was operating, according to transport service Fikile Mbalula.
"SA, how are you today? I recently spent the evening with the staff of the DLCA (Driver's License Card Agency). The card authorizing machine has been repaired and is now operational. The team is working nonstop to ensure that your licenses are created and delivered on time "On Wednesday morning, Mbalula tweeted.
He also included a video with the post:
Those whose licenses were revoked due to the pandemic lockdown and whose cards expired after March 26, 2020, have been granted an extension by Mbalula, with a deadline of the end of March this year to reactivate them.
Over 1,000,000 people are impacted by the accumulation, according to common society organisations.
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