Zimbabwe National Army on massive recruitment

Zimbabwe National Army on massive recruitment
Published: 18 January 2016 (13430 Views)
The Zimbabwe National Army is embarking on a massive recruitment this week a move that has been mocked and condemned.

Regular Officer and Cadets Medical Cadets are being sought. It is not clear how many people are to be recruited countrywide.

The exercise said to be on this week.

Gwanda resident Association official Bekezela Fuzwayo said recruitment spree was ‘funny' but warned people to be prepared.

 He wrote "Very funny but scary our government is recruiting more soldiers into the army and air force plus more police but retrenching teachers, nurses and doctors!

"The army, air force and police are always first to get paid their salaries and bonuses, got the best equipment and vehicles compared to schools and hospitals.

"Rastas say "big tings are gwan" to say big things are coming. Am I right?

"Be prepared".

 Below is the recruitment notice

Recruitment

Regular Officer Cadets

Age. 18 to 22 years for Advanced level holders

Age. 18 to 24 years for diploma and degree holders

Educational Qualifications. Three Advanced Level passes with a minimum of 6 points. A

degree or higher diploma is an added advantage.

Physical Fitness.

Candidates have to pass an officer selection before training.

Members are commissioned by the President on completion of the cadet course

Medical Cadets

Educational Qualifications Candidates

accepted for undergraduate degree training by recognized universities are recruited.

Age. Age 18 to 25 years.

Members are commissioned by the President on completion of medical training.

General Duty (GD) Soldier

Age. 18 to 22 years

Educational Qualifications. Five Ordinary Level passes, including English Language and

Mathematics at Grade 'C' or better.

Physical Fitness.

Recruits will undergo 6 months Basic Military Training. They passout as Private soldiers.

Technical/Specialist Personnel.

Age. 18 to 30 years

Educational Qualifications.

Potential Officers undergo a 6 months Basic Officers Course (BOC).

They are commissioned on successful completion of the BOC.

General requirements:

Medical: Recruits are to pass a medical examination administered by an Army Medical

Officer.

Height and Weight: Average height for candidates is 1.7m. Their weight should be a

minimum of 57kgs.

Vetting: Candidates are thoroughly security screened for suitability.

DO YOU WANT TO JOIN?

Recruitment into the ZNA is a continuous process. Advertisements for all recruitment

categories are placed in the media.

Applications are to be forwarded to the following address:

The Army Recruiting Office
P. Bag CY7720
Harare

  • Enclosed in the letter should be a stamped self-addressed envelope, 3 passport size
  • photographs and certified photocopies of the following:
  • Birth Certificate.
  • National identity card.
  • Educational / professional certificates.
  • Recommendation letter from previous
  • headmaster or community leader.


- Byo24News

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