ZIMBABWE has signed an integrated transport management system, which seeks to improve and bring together five key elements of road policing, efficient use of national infrastructure and coordination of information among relevant government departments. The development also comes as President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration has set out to provide efficient government services – in line with its “open for business mantra - and by adopting policies that can help eliminate corruption, and economic growth in the country. With some aspects of the revolutionary Zimbabwe Integrated Transport Information Management System (Zimtis) on display at the Vehicle Inspection Department (VID)’s Zimbabwe Agricultural Show stand recently, Transport secretary George Mlilo said the new system is aimed at fostering efficiency and eliminating corruption. “We have…