Description:To appoint a suitable South African service provider to provide LEU/LCU Support and Maintenance for Driving Licence Card Account (DLCA)
In South Africa, the driving licence is the official document which authorises the holder to drive a motor vehicle on a public road. Driving licences are issued by authorised driving licence testing centres, which are run by the municipalities under the supervision of the provincial and national Departments of Transport. Since 1998, the driving licence has been issued in a “credit card format”; before then it was included in the holder’s national identity document. The minimum age to hold a licence is 18. Apply for a driving licence | South African with the exception of Code A1 for which the minimum age is 16.
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