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Registrar General’s office failing to cope with demand for IDs, serving only 25 people a day

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Registrar General’s office failing to cope with demand for IDs, serving only 25 people a day. A survey by the national broadcaster paints an unpleasant picture with people queueing from early hours.

The Registrar General’s Office in Harare is struggling to meet the demand in the number of people who are seeking to acquire National Registration Cards.

Apparently, those who spoke to ZBC News said a maximum of 25 people are taken every day from those who would have booked the previous day. This is happening at the time the country has a backlog.

Recently, the Zimbabwe Lawyers of Human Rights gave the acting Registrar-General Henry Machiri a seven-day ultimatum to provide a plan on how his department will clear a backlog on national identity cards.

Meanwhile, Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe is on record saying the country is struggling to get the consumables needed in producing NRCs.

Source – zwnews

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