Aspiring Drivers To Write Provisional Driver’s Licence Tests Online

In an interview with The Chronicle yesterday, Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development, Fortune Chasi, said aspiring drivers will soon write provisional driver’s licence tests online.

Chasi said all is set for the Vehicle Inspection Department (VID) to switch over to electronic testing for learners’ licences. He said they plan to have the new system in place before the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair kicks off next month.

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Fortune Chasi is a lawyer, politician, and musician. He is Zimbabwe's current Minister of Energy and Power Development. In December 2017 under the Mnangagwa administration, he was appointed as the deputy for legal affairs in the Zanu-PF party. Chasi was re-elected during the 2018 elections... Read More About Fortune Chasi

The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Company organises and manages international exhibitions and events to promote trade and investment through innovation and value-addition for the benefit of its stakeholders. Its vision is to be the world’s first choice in offering innovative opportunities for social and business... Read More About Zimbabwe International Trade Fair

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