Buses for rural civil servants commissioned

By Staff Reporter


TWO buses for civil servants in Mashonaland Central Province have been commissioned in a
bid to easy transport woes they have been facing.
The Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Devolution, Senator Dr. Monica Mavhunga,
last Friday unveiled the buses.
Addressing civil servants who attended the commissioning of the buses at an open space
facing Pick n Pay TM Supermarket in Bindura, Dr. Mavhunga first thanked President
Emmerson Mnangagwa for always considering civil servants in his work.
She said: “This will go a long way in helping our workforce in rural communities.”
The two buses are in addition to four more buses the province already had.
The two new buses will ply the rural routes.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s thrust and emphasis was that these buses in particular
should ply and cover rural routes, where there is dire need of transport services.
In a jovial mood during the commissioning event, Public Service Commission Provincial Co-
ordinator, George Madhumbu, said the buses would ease transport challenges, which were
being faced by civil servants based in rural areas.
“The acquisition of the two new buses for our provincial civil servants is another milestone in
the fulfillment of the President’s promises towards the improvement of working conditions
for civil servants. Civil servants in rural areas in our province will be availed visible transport
services,” he said.

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