ZITF 2023: WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
The Public Service Commission (PSC) is once again pleased to be part of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF). This year marks the 64th Edition of the ZITF. For the PSC, the ZITF provides a grand interactive and networking opportunity with key stakeholders.
The ZITF is the country’s biggest annual international trade Expo which has proved to amplify the nation’s re-engagement and engagement drive. This year’s edition roars into life from the 25th to 29th April 2023.
The PSC is more than ready to demonstrate and illustrate the various transformative and innovative solutions it provides for its workers in particular and citizens in general. Here is what to expect from our exhibition stand:
(a) Self-service points
Browse the PSC website
Watch informative and engaging videos
(b) SSB, HRMIS and Pension Live Service
(c) Literature distribution through the QR Code system
(d) Interactive opportunities for stand visitors and Principals and Staff of the PSC
We are particularly pleased to inform all our valued stakeholders that there will be onsite applications for the Government Employees Mutual Savings (GEMS) Fund, Rebate for Duty Free vehicle importation for qualifying Civil Servants, as well as Training Loans for those undergoing some studies to enable them to pay tuition, buy learning materials, equipment and other related expenses.
If you happen to be in and around Bulawayo from the 25th to 29th April 2022, don’t hesitate to visit the PSC Stand located in Hall 4 at the ZITF Exhibition show grounds. It is stand A38. Do stop by. WE ARE READY TO SERVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!
ZITF 2023 Theme: ‘Transformative Innovation, Global Competitiveness’
His excellency the President, Dr. E.D Mnangagwa presided over the signing of Performance Contracts for Senior Public Office bearers for the year 2023 at a ceremony held on 16 March 2023 at the State House. The Government of Zimbabwe introduced Performance based contracts in 2021 for Cabinet Ministers, Permanent Secretaries, Chief Executive Officers for Parastatals, Local Authorities, Vice Chancellors for State Universities, and other Senior Government officials.
His Excellency referred to the milestone event as a demonstration of the irreversible course that the Second Republic is embarking on towards ensuring that Government systems, processes and personnel are ‘Fit for Purpose’. The Chairman to the Service Commissions, Dr. Vincent Hungwe added that the Performance Contracts were in sync with the President’s Vision to foster a high performance culture across the entire public service.
The colourful event also saw high achievers for the year 2022 presented with awards. To note, Dr. Anxious Masuka, Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Fisheries and Rural Resettlement was awarded as the Best Cabinet Minister for 2022, with Dr Frederick Shava, Minister of Foreign Affairs as the Runner up. The Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Fisheries and Rural Resettlement, Dr. John Bhasera scooped the Overall Best Permanent Secretary.