May 15, 2024, 6:37 p.m. | Abhishek Jadhav

Biometric Update

Zimbabwe is implementing fingerprint and iris biometrics at its borders to automate tasks that have historically been carried out by human agents, such as checking passports, verifying visas, and managing entry/exit records.

This automation of border control will initially be tested at key ports of entry, including Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport, Victoria Falls International Airport, and Beitbridge Border Post, as well as at several inland stations.

According to Gono, the chief director of immigration, in an interview with The …

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