'Most Home Affairs systems back online'

The Department of Home Affairs says its systems are back online except for a handful of centres.

The ongoing load-shedding and power outages saw some government websites in SA go offline including the Department of Home Affairs.

Speaking to Clement Manyathela, department spokesperson Siya Qoza says most systems are up.

From this morning most of our offices have come back online. There were some who had issues but the technicians are working hard to fix them.

Siya Qoza, Spokesperson - Department of Home Affairs

Due to load shedding, we could not access our data centres that are housed at the State Information Technology Agency.

Siya Qoza, Spokesperson - Department of Home Affairs

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