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Tasima has made a last-minute payment to Telkom‚ averting pandemonium that could have struck vehicle licensing centres across the country by collapsing the electronic national administration traffic information system (eNatis).Road Traffic Management Corporation CEO Makhosini Msibi told Radio 702 on Monday morning that Tasima had confirmed paying part of the R8m owed to Telkom."The people that are at court with us‚ that is Tasima‚ in the latest affidavit that we were served with on Friday‚ confirmed that there will be no tampering in terms of the Telkom lines to the effect that they have even effected some payment that was due to Telkom‚" he told the station.Telkom had threatened to cut data to the system today if payment was not received by last Friday and Msibi has allayed the public’s fears‚ saying it was all systems go and there will be services at the licensing and vehicle testing centres."We are certain that it will be all systems go and all clients will be served at all our (...

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