Govt launches e-liquor licensing system

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Government has launched the e-liquor licensing system to improve service delivery. The system is one of the five components of the Integrated Results-Based Management system adopted by Government in 2005 as a reform and modernisation tool to improve performance and service delivery.

In a speech read on his behalf by Deputy Chief Secretary in the Office of the President and Cabinet, Dr Ray Ndhlukula, at the official launch of e-liquor license system in Murehwa yesterday, Chief Secretary Dr Misheck Sibanda said the launch of the electronic system was a complete departure from paper-based to an online licensing application, processing and renewal.

For the past decades, the application and renewal of liquor licences were centralised in Harare and administered by the Liquor Licensing Board (LLB) but e-liquor licences will be processed online anywhere and anytime.

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