Kazembe launches Civil Servants TrustED

By David Adin

THE Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage, Kazembe Kazembe, presided over the
launch of Mashonaland Central Province’s Civil Servants TrustED recently in Bindura at
Tendai Hall during which he urged all civil servants to support and to be part of development
programmes that are initiated and being undertaken by the Second Republic.
“The Second Republic has basically opened doors to everyone. No one has been and will be
left behind, and this is the Zimbabwe we want.
“Since 1980, we have been into politics of animosity, tensions, mistrust between the
employers, employees and masters but, this time you will agree with me that President
Mnangagwa has opened the field and no one will be left behind as he is aware of the
challenges that are affecting civil servants.”
“Our Government is committed to ensure that public workers and civil servants working
conditions are improved for the betterment of the nation but, for that to happen, we need to
appreciate where we are coming from and for that to take place it requires loyal, committed
civil servant.
“Where we are going now, we need you civil servants to work hard because you are the ones
who deliver. Let’s not get tired when we are almost there. Looking at the President’s
economic initiative I have came to a point that we are now reaching Canaan. I am aware that
as civil servants want to live well, there is lot of infrastructure development done in a short
period of time by the Government with the help of you, civil servants,” said Kazembe.
Civil Servants TrustED national chairperson, Loraine Mutenhure, said that she strongly
believes in President Mnangagwa’s mantra that “Nyika Inovakwa Nevene Vayo”, and so civil
servants should come together from different departments to build a strong team of cadres
and embark on projects that aim to empower its members.
She also said that their participation in programmes of nation-building as patriotic civil
servants was of great value towards Vision 2030.
“The launch of Civil Servants TrustED will make us achieve individual and group goals. We
have to make sure that vision 2030 becomes a reality through our involvement in projects and
programmes, which facilitate national economic growth. I encourage you to have a positive
mindset, to be proactive so that we achieve the above set targets.
“In some instances unjustified payments is demanded for services offered to the general
public, creating an environment that incubates corruption. That is totally unacceptable. We
will make sure sanity prevails in our various departments as civil servants. We are pledging to
serve the nation diligently, towards the attainment of Vision 2030 and beyond supporting our
visionary leader, Cde Mnangagwa, for the good of our communities and Government at
large,” she said.

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