Zimbabwe Public Service Commission

Zimbabwe Public Service Commission The Public Service Commission (PSC) is an arm of the Executive, created in terms of Section 202 of the Constitution of the Republic of Zimbabwe.

24/07/2020

As part of measures to contain spread of Covid 19 pandemic, all Government Ministries have been directed to fumigate offices, elevators every two weeks and arrange with Ministry of Health and Child Care for essential staff to be tested regularly.
#sanitizers
#gloves
#masks

16/07/2020
THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION

Chairman of Service Commissions, Dr Vincent Hungwe speaks on the Public Service Commission's Zero Tolerance to Corruption while marking the African Union Anti-Corruption Day Virtual Commemoration.

14/07/2020
Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa

ZERO TOLERANCE TO CORRUPTION

"Corruption is an evil that has haunted Zimbabwe for too long.

This government will stamp out corruption wherever it is found."

National Joint Negotiating Council Meeting: 29 June 2020 to deliberate on issues of mutual interests regarding cost of l...
01/07/2020

National Joint Negotiating Council Meeting: 29 June 2020 to deliberate on issues of mutual interests regarding cost of living adjustment.

Farewell to the iconic and distinguished DC, Ambassador Dr Mary Margaret Muchada.
25/06/2020

Farewell to the iconic and distinguished DC, Ambassador Dr Mary Margaret Muchada.

26/05/2020
PSC STAFF BUSES

PSC staff are observing physical distancing! #FightingCOVID19

Passengers observing COVID19 safety protocols #PSC Staff buses.
26/05/2020

Passengers observing COVID19 safety protocols #PSC Staff buses.

HAPPY WORKERS DAY!
01/05/2020

HAPPY WORKERS DAY!

Manicaland PSC staff buses were officially handed over by the Minister of State, Hon Gwaradzimba - Manicaland
08/04/2020

Manicaland PSC staff buses were officially handed over by the Minister of State, Hon Gwaradzimba - Manicaland

08/04/2020

PSC providing safe transportation for its Bulawayo members.

27/03/2020
Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa

Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa

Fellow Zimbabweans.

To date, Zimbabwe has recorded five cases of Coronavirus, with one tragic death. Though our numbers are so far low, COVID-19 is here, and we have observed elsewhere how quickly it can spread. We are therefore taking decisive action NOW, before it is too late.

On Monday (30th March), Zimbabwe will go under a total lockdown for 21 days. All citizens are required to stay at home, with the exception of those seeking health services, buying food, medicine and vital supplies, and those manning our essential services. I know that these measures may seem drastic, and will upset all of our daily lives, but there is no other way.

Accurate information is crucial, and I have therefore directed the Ministries of Health and Information to ensure the public are kept informed at all times. We have activated a toll-free hotline, 2019, that you are welcome to call for further information.

To ensure our hospitals are not overwhelmed, additional treatment and isolation units will be established, while COVID-19 testing services will be decentralised to provincial hubs throughout the country.

The task at hand is huge, and requires maximum discipline and support from us all. Let us act in unity, peace and solidarity, and put aside unnecessary divisions. Together, we will prevail.

May God bless you all, and may God bless Zimbabwe

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27/03/2020

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*Breaking News*

Lockdown for 21 days to start on Monday... Public transport suspended only ZUPCO will be allowed
1.Max 50 pple for funerals
2.Motorists refueling not allowed to leave vehicles
3.Markets dealing in Non food items remain closed
Security forces may be deployed.
4.All public transport operations suspended except gvt busses (Zupco and Public service commission busses)
5.Gvt and local authorities to ensure regular water supply to all areas incl refuse collection
6.Min of Health and Broadcasting to ensure communities are kept aware of the pandemic.
6.Hotline #2019 has been set up for the period.
7.To expedite testing Gvt to decentralized Covid 19 testing to provincial centers.
8.Medicines, sanitizers and PPE to be manufactured by local colleges and universities.
9.Gvt to clamp on businesses which seek to benefit from the crisis, no hoarding food and essential supplies.
10.SIs being enacted for those who use media to cause unnecessary alram

Photos from Zimbabwe Public Service Commission's post
26/03/2020

Photos from Zimbabwe Public Service Commission's post

Photos from Zimbabwe Public Service Commission's post
26/03/2020

Photos from Zimbabwe Public Service Commission's post

Photos from Zimbabwe Public Service Commission's post
26/03/2020

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GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES MUTUAL SAVINGS (GEMS) FUND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
20/03/2020

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES MUTUAL SAVINGS (GEMS) FUND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Early closure of schools
19/03/2020

Early closure of schools

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19/03/2020

Photos from Zimbabwe Public Service Commission's post

19/03/2020
PSC-ZACC MOU Signing Ceremony 18 March 2020
19/03/2020

PSC-ZACC MOU Signing Ceremony 18 March 2020

Zimbabwe Public Service Commission's cover photo
19/03/2020

Zimbabwe Public Service Commission's cover photo

#zerotolerancetocorruption   #CulturechangeAs part of the Public Service culture change initiatives, the Public Service ...
19/03/2020

#zerotolerancetocorruption #Culturechange

As part of the Public Service culture change initiatives, the Public Service commission is creating a web of strategic partnerships with different organisations to plug any loopholes and enforce professionalim and ethical conduct in all Civil Servants. On 18th March 2020, PSC signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission.

The Public Service Commission- commissioned another 33 Buses yesterday at Morris Depot in Harare, in its continued effor...
18/03/2020

The Public Service Commission- commissioned another 33 Buses yesterday at Morris Depot in Harare, in its continued efforts to ease the transport challenges faced by the members of civil service.

The Public Service Commission advises its valued pensioners and those with pensioner relatives that there are mounting i...
10/03/2020

The Public Service Commission advises its valued pensioners and those with pensioner relatives that there are mounting incidents of financial fraud targeting Pensioners' bank accounts. The Commission urges all pensioners to stay alert and avoid giving out personal details where their bank accounts are concerned.

Mtaka News
06/03/2020

Mtaka News

Cleanliness is near to Godliness.Chairman of the Public service Commission said this in a clean up campaign in Mbare, as he reminded the residents that people should be smart everyday not to wait for the first Friday to clean up.He praised Yemurai a young lady who is leading a group called team up to clean up Mbare, in a bid to make the high density suburb clean and he challenged her to do a team up to, clean up Zimbabwe to the jeer of people.

First Friday clean up was initiated by His Excellence in a bid to make our country Zimbabwe clean.He said that in the desire to make the Zimbabwean populace a middle income economy by 2030 the high density suburb is to be refurbished and become a better place to stay.
The clean up was graced by many people including the Honorable member of the opposition party MDC Star Chamisa.

Public Service Commission Clean Up Campaign in Mbare Harare. PSC Chairman and team leading from the front #cleanlinessis...
06/03/2020

Public Service Commission Clean Up Campaign in Mbare Harare. PSC Chairman and team leading from the front #cleanlinessisnexttoGodliness

Public Service Commission: Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act Workshop held at Meikles Hotel 4 March 2...
04/03/2020

Public Service Commission: Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act Workshop held at Meikles Hotel 4 March 2020

The Public Service Commission notifies Government Pensioners that procedures relating to a Cost of Living Adjustment for...
25/02/2020

The Public Service Commission notifies Government Pensioners that procedures relating to a Cost of Living Adjustment for all Pensioners have been finalised and the adjustment will be effected in March 2020, backdated to January 2020.

Biometric Registration Status Update
20/02/2020

Biometric Registration Status Update

Update on PSC Buses
20/02/2020

Update on PSC Buses

20/02/2020

BIO-METRIC REGISTRATION STATUS UPDATE FOR MEMBERS OF THE ZIMBABWE PUBLIC SERVICE WHO ARE ON THE SALARY SERVICE BUREAU PAYROLL

Further to our recent Press Statement stating 28th February 2020 as the deadline for members of the Civil Service to regularize their bio-metric registration for authentication, the Public Service Commission hereby notifies that a list of the few remaining non-compliant members’ names is being uploaded on the Public Service Commission website:- www.psc.gov.zw and has been sent to Human Resources Officers in affected line ministries and to all Public Service Commission Officers at Provincial and District stations.

We urge all those concerned to go and register with the Registrar General’s Offices nearest to you in order to meet the 28th February deadline.

+263 242 788 584 848

Dubai2020 Expo Commissioner General, Ambassador Mubi presented an update on the expo preparations to the PSC Commission ...
18/02/2020

Dubai2020 Expo Commissioner General, Ambassador Mubi presented an update on the expo preparations to the PSC Commission this morning.

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6th Floor Social Security Centre J. Nyerere Way/ Sam Nujoma St
Harare
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6th Floor Social Security Centre Corner Julius Nyerere Way/ Sam Nujoma Street, Harare, Zimbabwe Tel: +263 242 700 234/ 700881-3 Fax: +263 242 708 771/ 705190

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Monday 07:45 - 16:45
Tuesday 07:45 - 16:45
Wednesday 07:45 - 16:45
Thursday 07:45 - 16:45
Friday 07:45 - 16:45

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WHO WE ARE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) is an arm of the Executive, created in terms of Section 202 of the Constitution of the Republic of Zimbabwe amendment (no 20) Act 2013. This section provides for the establishment and composition of the Civil Service Commission and states that; “ There is a Civil Service Commission consisting of a chairperson and deputy chairperson; and a minimum of two and a maximum of five other members; appointed by the President.” Section 199 of the Constitution provides that there is a single Civil Service, which is responsible for the administration of Zimbabwe and an Act of Parliament must provide for the organization, structure, management, regulation, discipline and, subject to section 203, the conditions of service of members of the Civil Service. This Act is the Public Service Act {Chapter 16:04}

The Public Service Commission constitutes and presides over the planning and management of the institutional and human capital of the State. Its function is to guide and enable Line Ministries, their Departments and Agencies to plan and execute their respective mandates. In light of the rapidly changing political, socio-economic and technological environment; and the economic development imperatives ushered in under the New Dispensation from November 2017, the Commission is enjoined to transform itself and steer the creation of an efficient and capable Public Service that meets the expectations of all the citizens of Zimbabwe and drive the nation to the status of an upper middle-income economy and society by 2030.

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Only workers at Head office are recognised as essential services, Provincial and District workers struggle to travel to do work because they were not given Covid - 19 IDs. Treat workers equally and allow them to work for you freely. This fumigation is only done at Harare as if all other money workers are not important. Director's up are more important than all other workers.
Is there any special reason why the PSC does not want to it's workers the salary which is in line with current inflation rate? Is the PSC happy to see it's workers becoming more and more poor? Civil servants are the only workers who are supposed to go to work with ties on but they don't earn enough money to buy shirts, their shirts have torn collars and the employer is happy to issue and emphasise on the the dressing code. Currently the USD is given with conditions of use, to buy only groceries. What a shame on PSC workers. PSC can't even give it's workers a certificate of long service, just a paper without monetary value attached to it. Please PSC RESPECT YOUR WORKERS. When you see your workers you see corrupt people yet they sacrifice to keep you live by subsidising you to keep on moving.
Government and Banks agreed that Civil servants be issued with debit cards. Certain banks have linked exsisting cards to Notsro accounts for Civil Servants to access the Covid 19 Allowances. Transactions can be conducted on Nostro POS machines. The issuing of cards is underway.
May I have contacts for public service pension fund