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    Chitungwiza now has its own Passport Office

    CHITUNGWIZA now has its own Passport Office after Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister Kazembe Kazembe yesterday officially opened the Chitungwiza Central Registry. Notwithstanding thr backlogs at the main Passport Offce in Harare, the developments come as a relief to residents of Chitungwiza and surrounding rural areas who had to travel to Harare or Marondera for passport services. According to…

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    Registrar General’s office clears 200,000 passport backlog

    THE Registrar General’s office has managed to produce over 200 000 passports during the lockdown period, despite the scaling back of operations due to Covid-19 concerns. In a media briefing after yesterday’s Cabinet meeting, Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Kazembe Kazembe said the number of passport backlog clearances was now approaching 300 000. The news came as Government…

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    Cabinet says inter-city public transport can resume

    Inter-city public transport will now resume under strict health guidelines following the reopening of examination classes in schools and the resumption of domestic tourism, but operators of long-distance buses need to re-register and vehicles will be rechecked. Cabinet yesterday also approved the reopening of the Central Registry for the issuance of birth certificates, national registration and passports, but new rules…

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