Home Affairs bank smart ID services expansion plans

ghostRgg

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It would take a small private IT firm or even a group of competent people to resolve the home affairs database issues, connectivity issues and everything in between.

It can and should all be able to be done online, with sole connectivity issues and branches being down this is 2022 now. and get an actual fibre connection to these offices and let the Banks have a cached version of the database and system that is synced.

Really irritates me that this could be solved but in reality, never will be.
 

Mzezman

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The best system will fail if the organisation is not aligned (top to bottom)...
 

Utterly Confused

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It would take a small private IT firm or even a group of competent people to resolve the home affairs database issues, connectivity issues and everything in between.

It can and should all be able to be done online, with sole connectivity issues and branches being down this is 2022 now. and get an actual fibre connection to these offices and let the Banks have a cached version of the database and system that is synced.

Really irritates me that this could be solved but in reality, never will be.
You forgot one thing, BEE!
 

duckgray

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If they could expand the offering to more than just South African born citizens I would be so happy.

Dreading having to go to home affairs next year to renew my passport.
 
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