Month: May 2016

Introduction of eRegistered Mail may be a good thing – for some

JOHANNESBURG – Justice Project South Africa has noted the launch of the new “eRegistered mail” service on offer by the South African Post Office and cautiously welcomes this technological advancement, more especially insofar as it applies to the prescripts AARTO Act which definitively require service by registered mail.

Whilst our stance may come as a huge surprise to some, we are of the view that this service will greatly benefit those individuals and organisations who wish to and have repeatedly tried to comply with the provisions of the AARTO Act. In particular, businesses of all sizes will finally be able to exercise their option to nominate the driver within the prescribed 32 days from service of an AARTO infringement notice. Continue reading