City’s pay ser­vices lim­ited

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THE City of Joburg has ad­vised its cus­tomers that ser­vices will be lim­ited at its cus­tomer ser­vice cen­tres due to the end of the fi­nan­cial year.

City spokesper­son Kga­manyane Mapholo­gela said the lim­ited ser­vices were due to its com­puter SAP sys­tem, which was cur­rently not fully func­tional.

“The sys­tem will only be avail­able for log­ging of queries un­til fur­ther no­tice.

“This is part of the busi­ness cy­cle that oc­curs an­nu­ally when the city con­cludes its fi­nan­cial year and pre­pares to start a new one,” says Mapholo­gela.

He added that the city apol­o­gised to its cus­tomers for any in­con­ve­nience caused, and thanked cus­tomers for their pa­tience.

Mapholo­gela said cus­tomers could still pay their ac­counts us­ing third-party pay­ment meth­ods, us­ing any of the listed meth­ods below:

With EasyPay, fa­cil­i­tat­ing a quick pay­ment op­tion at many shops that you visit reg­u­larly, in­clud­ing Pick n Pay and Sho­prite Check­ers

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