SITA CEO wants to cut Home Affairs queues

eNCA's Aviwe Mtila spoke with State Information Technology Agency CEO Luvuyo Keyise and Home Affairs DDG Thulani Mavuso. eNCA's Monique Mortlock and Dasen Thatiah report. Courtesy of #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The government is working hard to improve technology at Home Affairs offices.

State Information Technology Agency CEO, Luvuyo Keyise says they want to cut the long queues that are the norm at many Home Affairs offices.

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Keyise said, "part of what we are working with them is to make sure that you balance so that the system does not go off...can you have redundancy? Can you have multiple lines? Can you have fibre?"

"Can you have satellite to ensure that if somebody digs on the road across your Home Affairs office you can still connect using a separate technology that will be available? That's part of what we are implementing now with Home Affairs."


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