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Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Revise e-Passport Fees

Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister, Kazembe Kazembe has revised fees for the e-passport scrapping the US$20 application fee that was to be collected by CBZ bank.

This comes after criticism that the arrangement was corrupt. Pindula News presents Statutory Instrument 3 of 2023 gazetted on the 7th of January 2022:

Statutory Instrument 3 of 2022.

[CAP. 4:01 Citizenship (Passport Fees) Regulations. 2022

IT is hereby notified that the Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage has, in terms of section 22 of the Citizenship of Zimbabwe Act [Chapter 4:01]. made the following regulations:—

1. These regulations may be cited as the Citizenship (Passport Fees) Regulations, 2022.

2. For the purposes of these regulations—”passport” means a machine-readable passport or an electronically-readable passport.

3. The Minister has fixed passport fees as specified in the Schedule.

SCHEDULE

FEES

The fees payable for obtaining one’s passport shall be—

(a) passport issued on non-emergency basis……………………USD$100,00

(b) emergency passport ……………………………………………………….USDS200.00.

4. The Citizenship (Passport Fees) Regulations, 2021, published in Statutory Instrument 273 of 2021, are repealed.

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3 comments on “Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Revise e-Passport Fees

  1. What is it exactly that the regime is doing. Who first came with the prices and what will be done to those who have already paid. The leaders should plan first before saying it out. This is not fair to those who paid.

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