WINDHOEK: Namibian Traffic Information Services (NaTIS) this morning get one step closer improving their services with the introduction of eNatis. Although the launch this morning only focussed on the first phase eNatis will make it easier for drivers to obtain or renew their vehicle or drivers licenses. This enable motorists to renew their vehicle or drivers licenses at any other town provided there is a NaTIS office.
Minister of Works and Transport Hon. Erkki Nghimtina applauded NaTIS for their initiative for the introduction of the eNaTIS system and said this will enable both South Africa and Namibia to move forward to share knowledge and information to improve local and regional efficiency, closing of loopholes to prevent crime as well as exploring new opportunities to enhance law enforcement and the national security framework.
The second phase that will enable aspirant drivers to register online for their learners license tests will be implemented early next year.
The ENaTIS system was offered free of charge to Namibia and other SADC countries by the South African Government through the Department of transport. This was done to implement the objectives of the SADC protocol for harmonising Transport Communication and Meteorology within the region.