Zimbabwe Public Service Commission

Zimbabwe Public Service Commission

The PSC is an arm of the Executive, created in terms of Sec. 202 of the Constitution

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Service Commissions Secretary Leads Validation Process for the Baseline Study on Organisational Optimisation and Rationalisation Report

The Public Service Commission Secretariat led by the Secretary, Dr. Tsitsi R. Choruma along with Senior Management are gathered today to validate the 1st draft of the Baseline Study on Organisational Optimisation and Rationalisation Report

The validation process involves the assessment of the alignment of the current structures and establishment of the Ministries Mandates under the devolved, decentralised and digitalised era.

Optimisation and Rationalisation of structures is expected to ensure Ministries’ work should match the demands of members of the public under the National Development Strategy 1 and Vision 2030.


Public Service Commission Thanks All Public Servants For A Job Well Done In 2023

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The Public Service Commission Honours and Award Winners in their Categories.

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Classical PSC Honours and Awards Ceremony Held – 07.12.23
There was glitz and glamor at the inaugural Public Service Commission’s Recognition Night, a red-carpet event held on 7 December 2023 where exceptional Secretariat members received Honours and Awards from the Guest of Honor, Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social, Hon Minister July Moyo.
The PSC principals the Chairman, Dr. Vincent Hungwe, Commissioners and the Secretary, Dr. Tsitsi R. Choruma as well as the Secretariat, including Heads of Agencies (Depts), General Managers and a representation of the Secretariat, as well as invited Guests were in attendance.
Members of the Secretariat at all levels came from countrywide offices ranging from District, Provincial & from Head Office along with those from Public Service Academy Campuses. They scooped the Trophies, Shields and Certificates.

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The 6th group of Deputy Directors and equivalent grades to train in the Managerial Development Programme in 2023 was officially opened by the Secretary to Service Commissions, represented by PSC Head Strategic Planning & Programme Management, Dr. Henry Chikova.

Participants’ were informed that the Public Service Commission was capacitating them since they constitute the human capital expected drive the attainment of its mandate, as well as NDS1, to achieve Vision 2030 ahead of time.

The Secretary further informed participants that key goals of the training included shaping, developing and churns out professionals who are efficient, cost-effective and ethical, with a new sets of skills, competencies, ethos and culture.

Participants were also told to actively add their voices to the fight against all forms of abuse especially the grievous gender-based violence and join in activism against perpetrators of violence, especially against women and children.

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Simplified steps for obtaining an applicant registration number using the online zim-connect portal. For the verification of your registration number, you are no longer required to get in touch with the PSC. To access your registration number, take the steps listed below.


Congratulations Ambassador James Manzou on your appointment as Commissioner of the Public Service Commission.


PSC Honours and Awards Event


It's a special day today!
The PSC is holding an event to recognise, honour and reward those who distinguished themselves in various categories of outstanding performance throughout the year.
It's the Inaugural PSC Honours and Awards Event happening tonight!

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The Public Service Academy’s Alvord Campus held its inaugural Graduation Ceremony at Alvord Campus in Masvingo on the 5th of December 2023. Forty-six students graduated with a Diploma, Community Development. Reformed Church University Vice Chancellor, Prof Emmanuel Dumbu officiated at the graduation.

Speaking at the Graduation Ceremony, the Guest of Honour, PSC Commissioner, Professor Carroll T. Khombe, giving himself as an example, challenged graduands to study further and rise to serve the country at higher levels. Prof. Khombe worked at the then Makoholi College, now Mushagashe Vocational Training College back in 1983, next to Alvord Campus.

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The Job Fair has been a huge success so far as thousands of youthful graduates heeded the call to visit the Public Service Commission and Line Ministries stands at Heritage Village, Liberation City in Harare (next to Tynwald Primary School) to hear about job opportunities available in Govt and registering / leaving CVs at Ministries, Departments and Agencies they are qualified to serve.

Leading the Principals tour, Chairman, Dr. V. Hungwe said the Job Fair highlighted a pleasant challenge, since the graduates came in overwhelming numbers, but their qualifications proved that the country had excess requisite skills required to serve in all sectors of the economy.

The Chairman to the Service Commissions added that it was regrettable that some graduates had traveled from as far as Masvingo, Chipinge and elsewhere in the Provinces when, true to the Devolution agenda, the PSC had concrete plans to cascade the Job Fairs to all the country’s provinces in due course.

Secretary to Service Commissions, Dr. T.R. Choruma said the number of vacancies in Govt had increased since Ministries had increased. She added that the Job Fair served as a timely succession plan meant to infuse into Govt, young graduates who wielded requisite qualifications e.g. graduate doctors, female engineers, more.

Commissioner Larry Mavima told the media that the decision by the Commission to target 19 to 30 year age group was driven by the Commission’s desire to encourage qualified youths to serve Govt and further develop their skills early in life.


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Public Service Job Fair - 6 Dec. 2023 from 9am - 4pm. At Heritage Village, Liberation City, next to Tynwald Primary School. For any questions you might have, see responses below.


In line with the Devolution and Decentralization Agenda, Public Service Job Fairs will be rolled out to other provinces at venues and dates to be announced.

Photos from Zimbabwe Public Service Commission's post 05/12/2023

On 6 December 2023, the PSC will host a Job Fair where available Govt jobs in line Ministries and the PSC itself will be showcased at the Heritage Village, Liberation City, Cnr Solomon Mujuru (formerly Kirkman Road) in Harare.

Here attached are Fair details & some of the Frequently Asked Questions.


Hiring of Civil Servants
The Public Service Commission conducted a job evaluation
exercise of the civil service during the period November 2022
to April 2023. The Report uncovered several instances of
duplications and overlaps of roles, both within and between

In view of this, Government through the Public Service
Commission will implement the recommendations of the report
which will go a long way in right sizing the civil service, while
improving the skills base through appropriate training across
all levels to ensure improved and efficient service delivery. To
this end, the Budget earmarks resources for completion of the
critical job evaluation exercise.

As part of initiatives to contain employment costs within the
desired thresholds, Government will continue to uphold the
general hiring freeze policy on non-critical posts. Furthermore,
the filling of posts within the newly created Ministries should
benefit from the use of existing pool of civil servants through
transfers and promotions. - Budget Statement 2024


Pre-2009 Pension Compensation

Government undertook to compensate pensioners whose contributions lost value due to currency reforms in 2009 guided by the Justice Smith Commission of Inquiry Report. A US$175 million envelope was approved by Cabinet in 2023 in support of the compensation process over a period of four years. Through the 2024 Budget, an allocation of Z$269.6 billion has been set aside for compensation of civil service pensioners, commencing in March 2024. - Budget Statement 2024


Good News for Civil Servants

"As part of the remuneration review process, Government will convert the current COVID-19 and Cushioning allowance aggregating to US$300 to be part of the pensionable emoluments across the board, effective January 2024." - Budget Statement 2024

PSC invites graduates to Job Fair 30/11/2023

PSC invites graduates to Job Fair Zimbabwe's largest daily newspaper

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📌 IS THE PUBLIC SERVICE JOB FAIR A HARARE ONLY EVENT? What about other areas of the country? Does one have to travel all the way to Harare to be considered for employment?

No, absolutely not. It is not a Harare event only. And NO, it's NOT NECESSARY TO TRAVEL all the way to Harare!
PSC is very alive to the existence and importance of all other provinces of our great nation; and in true letter and spirit of Devolution and Decentralisation will be having Job Fairs in other provinces as well. The Harare Job Fair is just but the first of many Job Fairs.

Job Fairs will be rolled out to other provinces as well at dates and venues to be advised at the very earliest.

‘We’re ready to serve nation’. . . Deputy Minister Paradza, Commissioner Mavima sworn in 28/11/2023

Congratulations Commissioner Mavima. We also take the opportunity to congratulate Hon. Dep. Min. Paradza.

‘We’re ready to serve nation’. . . Deputy Minister Paradza, Commissioner Mavima sworn in Zimbabwe's largest daily newspaper


We are so excited. We have a Job Fair coming up targeting recent graduates. Jobs are available for recent graduates. See attached flyer and Watch this space for further details.


Honours and Awards for PSC SECRETARIAT.

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The Police Service Commission today began a 3-day capacity building workshop concerning discipline, handling of litigation cases, drafting of appeals and review of judgements, amongst others. Invited Participants are from the Public Service Commission, the Zimbabwe Republic Police, with more Invited Guests to make presentations including the Prosecutor General, the Magistrate’s Court, among others.

In a speech presented on her behalf by Head Uniformed Forces, Secretary to Service Commissions, Dr. Tsitsi R. Choruma hailed the Zimbabwe Republic Police, as a member of the family within the Security Service, as an important contributor towards peace and tranquillity of the nation an ideal for investors and tourists driving the country’s Gross Domestic Product.

The Police Service Commission is an executive Commission established in terms of section 222 under the Constitution of Zimbabwe as read with the Police Act Chapter (11:10). The Police Service Commission alongside the Public Service Commission, Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commission, Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services among other Commissions constitute the Service Commissions.

The Secretary challenged the ZRP that, under the scope of the Police Service Commission, the organisation must create synergies with stakeholders so as to enhance effectiveness and stop the continued loss of money on litigation cases by Government.

Addressing the Workshop, Commissioner Erasmus Makodza, ZRP Chief Staff Officer Human Resources Administration representing the ZRP Commisioner General, indicated that the ZRP greatly appreciates the interaction and deliberations between itself and the Police Service Commission on discipline and litigation

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The Public Service Academy’s Domboshava Campus today held its 41st Graduation and Price Giving Ceremony at the Campus in Domboshava. The ceremony ran under the theme, “Accelerating achievement of Vision 2030 through production of servant cadres who are fit for purpose, innovative and enterprising”

Public Service Commission Deputy Chair, Dr. Nomathemba Ndiweni was Guest of Honour representing the Chairman, Dr. Vincent Hungwe, while Professor S. Moyo was Presiding Officer representing University of Zimbabwe Vice Chancellor, Prof Paul Mapfumo.

Deputy Chair, Dr. Nomathemba Ndiweni expressed pride, hope and anticipation that growth and development of communities would benefit from these graduands in driving the ‘Nyika inovakwa nevene vayo’ mantra, under the Second Republic.

She expressed satisfaction at the graduands for prioritizing study, as the advent of the Second Republic demanded a culture of high performance which is testified by the development strides that the country has witnessed in the last 5 years.

Turning to substance abuse that has ravaged communities, the Deputy Chair alluded to active training offered by institutions such as Domboshava as a means to prevent, mitigate, and eradicate this social malady.

Dr. Ndiweni added that the Public Service Commission, true to the Second Republic’s modernization thrust is committed to the provision of resources and modern infrastructure development for efficiency in the running of Domboshava Campus and the 12 other Public Service Academies.

The Deputy Chair told graduands and guardians of the Graduation Ceremony that the Academy’s syllabi was being crafted to support the Devolution Agenda with skills-sets that dovetail with the Education 5.0 targeting solutions for women, children, youths and people living with disabilities.

Professor Moyo advised graduands to continue on the academic self-improvement journey adding that the UZ’s doors remained open towards academic excellence. “Go light other candles. Solve societal challenges. Go yea and make Vision 2030 a success. UZ remains proud to be associated with PSC under the association with Domboshava”.

In his introductory remarks, Principal of Domboshava Campus, Mr. Joseph Wititi acknowledged the Institute’s responsibility, to produce a servant cadre with the future of the Institute bright as plans were afoot to revamping water reticulation, fencing-up the Campus and construct an e-library with support from the Academy, the Commission, collaborative allies like banks and mobilizing the College’s alumni.

Altogether, 53 students graduated. Thirty of them graduated with Diplomas in Community Development and 23 with Local Government Administration Certificates. 53percent were women; statistics that were described by Dr. Ndiweni as demonstrative of the important role for women in the future of Zimbabwe.


PSC is planning a Recognition Night - PSC Honours & Awards Event where deserving staff members will win performance awards in various areas.

We are at this point calling for internal nominations of the would-be winners from PSC Secretariat. See flyer below for more details.

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The Public Service Commission won 1st Prize in the People Development Award Category at the IPMZ 2022 HR Excellency Awards ceremony.
The ceremony was held last night at the HICC. This is the second year running that the Commission has won this award after topping in the same category last year.


Civil Servants have started receiving their bonuses. To ease pressure on cashflows bonuses are being paid in two equal instalments in November and December.

High level UAE delegation arrives for key engagements 17/11/2023

As part of the MoU on Improvement & Development of Gvt Services, a high level United Arab Emirates (UAE) delegation is in Zim for key engagements under the Government Exchange Programme. PSC, alongside Tripartite partners, is a key player & strong advocate for improvement & development of Government services. Public Service Delivery is at the heart of our mandate.

High level UAE delegation arrives for key engagements Zimbabwe's largest daily newspaper

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The Graduation Ceremony of Course Number 152 of the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) at Ntabazinduna Prisons Training School following 6 months of intensive training was officiated by H.E. the President, Dr. E.D. Mnangagwa today.

In attendance were Ministers; PSC Deputy Chair, Dr. Nomathemba Ndiweni representing Chairman Dr. V. Hungwe; ZPCS Commissioner, Comm Manzini; PSC Head Uniformed Services; Permanent Secretaries; Senior Government Officials; and, relatives of graduates.

In his address, the President and Commander In Chief of the Zimbabwe Defense Forces said Govt prioritised investment in human capital development particularly availing equal opportunities to all and commended ZPCS's inclusion of San Community amongst these graduates.

The President advised the 535 male & 214 female graduates that a new Correctional Officer under the Second Republic was expected to always adhere to policies; ethics; values like patriotism, professionalism, integrity, discipline and hard work; and, above all, shun corruption.

President Mnangagwa advised the new officers to uphold constitutionalism by giving inmates humane treatment. The inclusion of drugs and substances abuse aspects in this course was an important aspect of the process, the President added.

President Mnangagwa advised that gradients to further advance themselves through enrolling for the new degree in Correctional Services which is in line with Govt thrust of Human Capital Development which is key to socio-economic advancement and validation of human capital.

The President welcomed the introduction of technology to serve and safeguard the justice system, applauding the introduction of online courts for enhancing fairness and justice. He hailed other progressive prospects in justice e.g. Smart Prisons in Gwanda and Hurungwe.

In his address Commissioner-General Moses C.N. Chihobvu commended H.E. the President for assuring logistical support for ZPCS and challenged the new Correctional Officers to become professional and accountable in Service.


Congratulations Commissioner Larry Mavima for being appointed as Commissioner for the Public Service Commission. We welcome you and look forward to working alongside you.

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