Mthuli Ncube Announces Biometric Registration For Civil Servants

The Minister Of Finance Mthuli Ncube says the government is moving towards weeding out ghost workers from the civil service. Presenting his 2019 budget in Harare today, Ncube said

… to weed out these ghost workers, I propose to introduce a biometric registration of all civil servants, with effect from 1 January 2019. The registration process will be rigorous and will involve capturing data on Letter of Appointment, Academic and Professional Qualifications, National Identification Documents, Employment Code Numbers, and Biometric Data. Biometric data will involve capturing of one’s unique physical attributes such as fingerprints, DNA, iris and retina pattern, using ICT.


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2 comments on “Mthuli Ncube Announces Biometric Registration For Civil Servants

  1. Go on Mthuli, you are heading in a right direction. I know the route you are taking will eventually wipe out all corrupted system and it’s people.

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Mthuli Ncube Announces Biometric Registration For Civil Servants