The City of Cape Town’s Film Permit Office is encouraging members of the film industry to make use of its e-Billing system.
The permit office introduced the system in 2021 to ensure billing process is efficiently.
This was in response to the delay in the delivery of mail by the Post Office, which meant some clients received bills late.
The online services will help you manage your municipal affairs and other City services using one login.
The e-Billing serves as a one-stop portal and offers access to a variety of city services for both individuals and organisations.
This means you will getting your invoices emailed to the accounts person/email address you provided.
Here’s how it work:
- In order to access the e-Billing system you will have to be registered on the e-Service portal that can be found on the City of Cape Town‘s website.
- All film accounts have been moved to the e-Billing system meaning no additional input is required from any company or individual.
- In addition to getting all invoices emailed to the accounts person, everyone with access to the e-Billing profile will be able to view current and previous invoices online.
- All company details including contact details are accessible if changes has to be implemented.
- e-Billing offers a variety of City Service for individuals and organisations and serves as a one stop portal to tick all the boxes.
- The e-Billing service is compatible with most browsers best viewed using the latest versions of the following web browsers, Internet Explorer 11, Chrome 72+, Firefox 65+ or Safari 12+.
- All information is secure and will not be shared to third party members in accordance with the POPIA Act.
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