Tuesday, April 24, 2007

New electronic licensing system gets help

"The Transport Department says it has added extra data processors to increase the capabilities of the eNatis system installed at traffic centres country wide.
"While testing stations and licensing departments were open for business yesterday, hundreds of motorists complained that the system was too slow.
"The electronic eNatis system which was launched last week has been experiencing several technical problems.
"The department's Ntau Letebele says technicians are working on the problem.
"The computer systems are expected to be operating at full capacity by the end of this week."
This story comes from the 702 news web site 24/04/2007 07:35am. What they don't say is that the system is 3 years late, and there hasn't been a functional system for the whole month. Perhaps they'll use the long weekend to fix the problems, although I doubt it.

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