Home Affairs continues to accelerate service delivery by extending operating hours for ID collection ahead of Voter Registration Weekend.
eHomeAffairs, by South Africa’s Home Affairs, has transformed services, simplifying Smart ID and passport application.
The Department of Home Affairs is extending hours for citizens to collect IDs and passports ahead of the Voter Registration Weekend.
Say cheers to the ‘green mamba’ and howzit to online convenience. Everything you need to apply for a South African smart ID card.
Home Affairs has made life a little simpler, by allowing citizens to apply and pay online for anything from smart ID cards to visas
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Whether it’s lost to theft or simply time to kick the green ID booklet into touch, here’s how you apply online for a South African Smart ID.
The Department of Home Affairs says it is committed to reducing long queues. Here are banks you can get your Smart ID and Passport at.
Department of Home Affairs has approved several banks, where you can obtain a smart ID card or renew a passport.
Whether you’ve lost your ID, had your identity cloned, or still use the old ‘green mamba’, here’s how you can apply for a smart ID online.
The Department of Home Affairs says there is high demand for Smart ID Cards during school holidays hence the extension of operating hours.
South African citizens can renew their Smart IDs or passports at 27 bank branches. Home Affairs plans bring the service to more locations
The Department of Home Affairs has rolled out its services to more bank branches in South Africa, including the Northern Cape.
The Department of Home Affairs says a power outage affected its backoffice and services for smart ID cards and passports were unavailable
The Department of Home Affairs is proposing major changes to IDs in the country in order to to strengthen passport security in the country.
The Department of Home Affairs says it is committed to reducing long queues. Here are banks you can get your ID and Passport at.
The Department of Home Affairs has extended its operating hours at selected branches for Smart ID applications and passport collection only.
New self-service kiosks will be procured to assist citizens with applications for passports, smart IDs and even reprints of certificates.
The Department of Home Affairs is planning to reduce queuing in the sun or rain. You could soon get your ID and passport at shopping malls.
The Department of Home Affairs is introducing digital services to ensure a credible population register, not vulnerable to theft and fraud.
If you are a South African-born citizen, you can apply for your Smart ID Card and passport online.