Strangely enough ... Our own infamous traffic system is registered as .COM domain instead .CO.ZA or GOV.ZA . What a lovely idea ( commercial domain ??? how about .BIZ ?! ), maybe they can even include "Google Ad Words" to generate some extra cash from international visitors.
Last but not least, server is hosted in USA ( cm'on guys, what about IS, Verizon, SAIX, MTN Business Solutions aren't they good enough for you or perhaps ZA bandwidth is to expensive comparing to USA ??? )
IP address: 220.127.116.11 http://www.enatis.com/
Reverse DNS: box130.bluehost.com.
Reverse DNS authenticity: [Verified]
ASN Name: IANA-RSVD-0
IP range connectivity: 0
Registrar (per ASN): Unknown
Country (per IP registrar): US [United States]
Country Currency: USD [United States Dollars]
Country IP Range: 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124
Country fraud profile: Normal
City (per outside source): Orem, Utah
Country (per outside source): US [United States]
Furthermore, it is done in basic Joomla 1.0.12 template ( only modification in header image, they haven't even removed META TAG stating the above ?! ) and I would really love to see quotation for this ingenious "development" .
Hello fellow taxpayers, wake up, this is rip-off
Also they claim that they've achieved
Sustained stabilitywith an average of 650.000 transactions per day. This is wierd ???
For 300 working days in a year it gives us 195 million transactions. Interesting ....+/-5 million registered vehicles, +/- 6 million drivers licences ( half are invalid anyway ) ... my calculation is simple ...
|1 per year registration renewal||x 5 mil||5 000 000|
|10 Traffic fines per drivers licence||x 6 mil||60 000 000|
|1 Applications for drivers licence||x 1 mil||1 000 000|
|1 Application for Learners licence||x 1 mil||1 000 000|
|10 Various transactions||x 1 mil||10 000 000|
In total this would be in the range of 70 million transactions ( my estimates above were exaggerated for obvious reasons) and that is 3 times less from the number they proudly claim on their web site.
Wait .... Unless they consider "transaction" every single line in DB log file ....