Teenagers wishing to apply for smart ID cards for the first time may do so for free as well as those who are 60 years and older.
The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) in Caledon has started issuing Smart Card IDs to new applicants as well reissue current ID holder with the new card.
This card will in future replace the current ID books and as a result Caledon DHA may no longer process ID book applications for certain categories of Citizens.
“We will not be able to visit your premises for ID book applications and hereby invite eligible clients as mentioned below to apply at the Caledon Office. You are therefore requested to visits us in Caledon,” said Mark Williams, Local Office Representative from DHA in Caledon.