The City of Cape Town advises that its customer care offices in the Cape Town Civic Centre will be closed on Saturday 28 January 2017. This will affect services such as motor vehicle registrations. The City apologises in advance for any inconvenience. Read more below:
Critical maintenance is required on seven substations within the Cape Town Civic Centre building, and the City of Cape Town will conduct a number of controlled power shutdowns over weekends. During the shutdown period, access to the Civic Centre will be strictly controlled.
‘As a result, the Civic Centre customer care office will be closed on 28 January 2017. We thank our motorists and other residents in advance for their understanding. The shutdowns will ensure that essential maintenance takes place, which will ensure continuity of supply, safety and legal compliance,’ said the City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Finance, Councillor Johan van der Merwe.
The City asks motorists to act proactively and to check the expiration date on their current disc and also to renew discs online if possible.
It must be noted that an online licence application takes approximately 14 working days from the date of application to receiving it in the post. Motorists are required to scan their proof of address and identity documentation and to send it as an attachment if they choose to make an online application to renew their licence disc. Residents should please visit the City’s website to access theonline services.
For enquiries, residents should please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org