2 December 2020
South African Post to use Lleida.net services to send Johannesburg citizens more than 10 million registered electronic communications per year.
Madrid, 2 December - South African Post Office, the national postal service of South Africa will use Lleida.net (BME:LLN) (EPA:ALLLN) (OTCQX:LLEIF) technology to send more than 10 million registered electronic communications per year to the citizens of Johannesburg, the country's largest city.
These registered electronic communications will be used by the municipal government of the city, with a total population of about one million people, to send information regarding local taxes or the payment of services
The service will be provided through the Zaliwa TA Dijithali, which is the distributor of the Spanish company in the country and agent of South African Post Office.
According to South African law, communications made via registered electronic platforms are valid, provided they are made through the state-owned company.