Doing what she loves best


FRANCISTOWN: While for many retirement is a moment to disappear into oblivion, to Sylvia Tabitha Muzila it was when her life took a real active turn.

In fact, leaving the office of District Commissioner after 13 years in 2008 liberated her from the stringent Public Service Act. The former Francistown DC was now the animated and active politician.

After 36 years in the civil service, the 59-year-old whose last years were spent in the number one at the government enclave of  the second city, Ntshe House, was finally free to do what she loved best – serving through politics. As is the case with the majority of top civil servants, Muzila acquired membership of the ruling party whilst in the service.

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