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NOTICE: CVR Opening Over Weekends To Clear Number Plates Backlog

NOTICE: CVR Opening Over Weekends To Clear Number Plates Backlog

The Ministry of Transport has advised members of the public that the Central Vehicle Registry (CVR) department will be issuing vehicle number plates over the weekends to clear the backlog. Pindula News presents the notice:

The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development wishes to advise the motoring public that CVR will be working over the weekends for issuance of number plates to motorists who had already submitted their applications at CVR in order to clear the current backlog. CVR will be operating from 08.00 hours to 15.00 hours on Saturday and Sunday.

For new applications, motorists are advised to use our agencies that is Zimpost and ZIMRA countrywide.

This is happening after Transport Minister Felix Mhona has vowed to end corruption at the Central Vehicle Registry (CVR) which he said also contributed to the scarcity of vehicle number plates.

He toured the government department last week at the backdrop of a huge deficit in vehicle number plates

Meanwhile, police recently launched an operation on unregistered and plateless vehicles in terms of the Vehicle Registration and Licensing Act, Chapter 13:14.

More than 5841 motorists have been accounted for since the operation began.

The operation was launched amid a surge in crimes committed by motorists who used plateless views as getaways.

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6 Comments

J 4 months ago

@bush lawyer
You have to know ordinarily Minister mhona would've never given a thought about CVR annd corruption.His hand has been forcefully forced by the current ZRP operation to nabb all unlicensed and unregistered vehicles.If anyone is to be given a thumbs up it has to be the police force


Manikiniki 4 months ago

I have nothing to add or subtract but just to say your observation and analysis is very correct.

WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 4 months ago

WELLDONE MINISTER MHONA. MINISTER MHONA IS ONE OF THE VERY FEW MINISTERS WHO ARE COMMITTED TO THEIR DUTY.

AS A RESULT OF HIS SITE SEEING VISIT OR ON THE JOB VISITO, HE HAS STARTED TAKING STEPS WHICH HE FEELS WILL NORMALISE THE SITUATION.

THE SUBJECT OF CORRUPTION IS A HOT ONE. CORRUPTION RETARDS ECONOMIC GROWTH ALTHOUGH SOME OF US APPORTION OUR ECONOMIC STAGNATION WHOLLY ON SANCTIONS.

MAY MINISTER MHONA BE ADVISED THAT ANOTHER WAY OF DEFUSING CORRUPTION IS TO TRANSFER STAFF FROM TIME TO TIME. MEMBERS, INCLUDING THOSE IN CHARGE OF POSTS, MUST NOT OVERSTAY AT POSTS. IT IS COSTLY TO IMPLEMENT, BUT IT IS WORTH DOING IT.

MINISTER MHONA MUST BE THANKED FOR ADOPTING THE SPIRIT AND ART OF LISTENING TO WHAT PEOPLE SAY.

{ GO MINISTER MHONA GO }

YOURS FAITHFULLY
CDE KUFA KWANGU ZVAROVA
{ THE BUSH LAWYER }


Tkt 4 months ago

Prof Vostro taka mirirawo imi. May you follow suit, ZiZi newewo kuHome Affairs uko


Tkt 4 months ago

at least this is the only minister i've seen commited to stamp out corruption at his work place.
i remember him paakapuwa chimuti achiti i will deal with all cases of corruption in the Ministry. Hon. Minister may yo visit all Parastatals under your minstery and stamp out. - Your Signal is clear next dont pay them for coming over weekends but deduct from their pockets for failing to meet targets.
Weldone Mhona All The Best Hon. Minister


Jombo 4 months ago

Yaaa ngavaite sekudaro voenda futi kuma passports uko vonodaro futi



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