<vote /> The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) and the Vehicle Inspection Department (VID) have redeployed staff across the country amid reports that the move is one of a raft of measures to curb corruption at the two parastatals. Although officials tried to play down the matter saying the reshuffle was a directive to transfer those who stayed at one station for more than five years, insiders interviewed by the Herald said that Government was not happy with rampant corruption cases that were being reported.
Zimra redeployed 200 officers, while 46 VID officers were moved countrywide. According to a memo from the VID head office addressed to all depot managers, the transfers were with immediate effect.
The memo had the heading; “Transfer of depot managers and staff for balancing manning levels, image building, multi-skilling and reposition for operational efficiency" and part of it read,
Our principals are concerned about the continuous bad perception and have directed the need to reposition VID and restore confidence of the motoring public. This requires espousing Business Processing Pre-Engineering (BPR) through re-branding the inspectorate culture of doing business. The BPR among other processes requires that staff be repositioned strategically, so as to unlock the full potential and benchmarking with the best practice, to achieve operation efficiency.
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