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Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula Launches Online Payment Service – RTMC

Article by: Emma Clayfield

Latest News: South African transport minister Mr. Fikile Mbalula, is today launching the Road Traffic Management Corporation’s online payment service for the renewal of drivers and vehicle licenses amongst other services.

The new payment system is set to create a more innovative, contactless and expeditious payment process for South African motorists and road users, for the renewal of motor vehicle licenses and drivers license card renewals, which means NO MORE LONG QUEUES AT THE TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT!

The RTMC online payment initiative is being launched as a new and innovative program alongside financial services provider; First National Bank (FNB) as their proud payment partner and administrator. FNB has been tasked with ensuring the seamless functionality of the payment process, enabling an easy and efficient experience for platform users.

An official statement by the RTMC highlighted, that “the absence of online payments made it impossible for South Africans to renew their licences without physically going to DLTCs. The introduction of online payments means that one can avoid long queues and simply renew online, make a payment and opt for home delivery”.

Online Vehicle Licence Renewals:

Individuals and corporates will be able to register their account online. Thereafter they will pay the required amount for a vehicle disk renewal online. This payment will be allocated against their account. Once the payment is concluded, the vehicle licence disc will either be posted or couriered to the owner of the vehicle at an additional fee.


Online Driver Licence Card Renewal
Motorist will soon be able to renew and pay the prescribes fee online prior to presenting themselves at licensing centers for fingerprints, photos and eye tests.

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