- Veröffentlicht: 11. Juli 2017
The government of Swaziland is now user-friendly following the launch of e-Government which will enable people to make payments using credit and debit cards, APA learns here on Tuesday.Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini said government transactions would from now be processed from anywhere at any time without having to go to offices.
This followed the introduction of the Point of Sales facility that allow debit and credit card usage when paying for government services.
“The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Trade is currently working on the soon to be published online provisional company registration which will see locals being able to have their companies registered within 24 hours,” said the premier.
The country also boasts an e-Health Strategy comprising the Client Management Information System which was introduced early this year in accordance with the World Health Assembly resolution of 2005.
Quelle/Source: Journal du Cameroun, 04.07.2017