Traffic department makes do without important equipment

The traffic department in Walter Sisulu Drive.

The traffic department’s failure to replace the eye test machine leaves motorists in and around Standerton with more costs.

The department has been without such a machine for a long while now.

Residents are obligated to use private optometrists who charge fees between R250 or more to get an eye test certificate.

The department now falls under the jurisdiction of the province and not the Lekwa Municipality.

According to Mr Joseph Mabuza, provincial spokesman for the department, they are aware of the issue.

He said the cause is not the general belief that the machine is broken, but rather that the machine and software is not compatible.

He also said the whole eNatis system should be re-installed, before it can function.

Read the complete article in the next edition of the Standerton Advertiser.

Please take note that this article has been updated see the amended article HERE

 

  AUTHOR
Dumisani Zwane

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