Home Affairs has provided a list of 11 bank branches which support the eHomeAffairs portal’s Smart ID and passport application process.
The department launched the Smart ID and passport applications website on 7 April, and invited South African citizens between 30 and 35 to use it.
Home Affairs said its focus is currently on Gauteng and Canal Walk in the Western Cape, and asked citizens outside these areas not to use the site until further notice.
Between 7 April and 13 April, 4,088 citizens registered through the online portal, said Home Affairs.
Of those, 140 online applications were successfully processed.
The list of supported bank branches is posted below.
FNB Towers was not mentioned in the listing, but it was one of FNB’s pilot locations for the eHomeAffairs system.
|ABSA Centurion Lifestyle||Centurion||Centurion Lifestyle Centre, c/o Old Johannesburg Road & Lenchen Ave|
|ABSA Towers North||Johannesburg||180 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg|
|ABSA Ghandi Square||Johannesburg||Ghandi Square, Johannesburg|
|FNB Towers||Johannesburg||Civic Towers, 41 Stiemens St, Johannesburg|
|FNB Menlyn Square||Pretoria||c/o Lois Ave and Gobie Street, Newlands|
|FNB Merchant Place, Rivonia,||Johannesburg||4 Merchant Place, Cnr Rivonia Road and Fredman Drive|
|FNB Centurion Lifestyle||Centurion||Centurion Lifestyle Centre, c/o Old Johannesburg Road & Lenchen Ave|
|Standard Bank Centurion||Centurion||Standard Bank Building, 1263 Embankment Rd|
|Standard Bank Killarney, Rosebank||Johannesburg||Killarney Mall, c/o Riviera Road and Killarney Ave|
|Standard Bank Canal Walk, Cape Town||Cape Town||Shop 599LL, Canal Walk Shopping Centre, Century City Dr|
|Nedbank Rivonia||Johannesburg||Rivonia Village, c/o 9th and Rivonia Blvd|
|Nedbank Lakeview, Roodepoort||Johannesburg||16 Constantia Dr|
Hat tip to Htxt for spotting the list.