Pay Rise For The Zimbabwe Defence Forces

The government has introduced a special allowance for the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) . The increase of 22.5 per cent is with effect from the 1st of July. A letter written to Martin Rushwaya, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Defence and War Veterans by the Defence Forces Service Commission reads,

RE: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SPECIAL ALLOWANCE ZIMBABWE DEFENCE FORCES

Following consultations between the office of the Chairman, Defence Forces Service Commission, Honourable Minister and Secretary for Defence and War Veterans Affairs, please find attached a key scale with 22.5% Special Allowance applied to members of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces.

Accordingly, proceed and effect adjustment with effect from 1 July 2018 as indicated on the key scales.

 


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Martin RushwayaMinistry of DefenceZimbabwe Defence Forces

Martin Rushwaya is the current permanent secretary in the Ministry of Defence.He was appointed by Robert Mugabe in 2013.He is also co-chairman of the Zimbabwe-Mozambique Joint Permanent Commission on Defence and Security (JPCDS). Read More About Martin Rushwaya

The Ministry of Defence is a Zimbabwe Government ministry, responsible for defence and national defence policy.Sydney Sekeramai is the current Minister in the Ministry. Read More About Ministry of Defence

The Zimbabwe Defence Forces is the grouping of security forces in the Republic of Zimbabwe under which the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) and Air Force of Zimbabwe (AFZ) fall. The Commander in Chief of ZDF is the president of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa and Commander is... Read More About Zimbabwe Defence Forces

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8 comments

  1. kid marongorongo Reply

    saka maida kuti masoja asawederwaa mari moti havana mhuri dzinoda kurarama kwanai imi

  2. Uncle Sam Reply

    So stupid enough to talk of increments when it has not yet been effected, but why so heartless ,the next thing is price hikes,

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