Retirement Age For Soldiers Increased To 70

 

Vice President and Minister of Defence and War Veterans Affairs, Constantino Chiwenga has extended the retirement age for soldiers from the 65 to 70. The 70 years limit is applicable for soldiers who are deemed to be specialist military personnel. Part of the Government Gazette reads,

It is hereby notified that the Minister of Defence and War Veterans Affairs in terms of Section 113 (2)(a) of the Defence Act Chapter 11:02 and after consultation with the Defence Forces Services Commission has made the following regulations: The regulations maybe cited as the (Defence Forces Regular Force) Specialist Members Amendment Regulations 2018 (No2).

…The principal regulations are amended by the insertion of a new section after section 4 as follows — a member who is a specialist and has continued to serve shall retire on attaining the age of 60 years. Provided that if the President considers, that it is desirable in the public interest he or she may allow that the member who is a specialist continue to serve for another five years until he or she attains the age of 70 years

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