We develop and maintain relations between the United Kingdom and Zimbabwe.

We deal with a wide range of political, commercial, security and economic questions of interest to the UK and Zimbabwe. We also provide consular assistance to British nationals in Zimbabwe.

Our services

Travel advice

Information on staying safe and avoiding problems when living or travelling abroad, with links to our embassies, high commissions and other diplomatic posts across the world.

Help for British nationals

Information on the support and advice we can give to British nationals when things go wrong abroad.

Complaints procedure

We are committed to providing a high-quality service to everyone we deal with and want to help you resolve your complaint as quickly as possible.

Passports and Emergency Travel Documents

How to renew or replace your British passport and information on getting replacement travel documents if your passport is lost or stolen. For ‘first time passports’ see attached document checklist.

Births, deaths and marriages

Information on how you can register a birth or death which occurred overseas, and legal documents for couples marrying or entering into civil partnerships abroad.

Adoption overseas

We can issue a letter of no objection for a British national who is not habitually resident in the UK and who is seeking to adopt a child through the Zimbabwe courts. Read more about the Zimbabwe Adoption No Objection Letter

Notarial and documentary services

Information about official documents, certificates and other notarial services offered by the Consular Section.

English speaking lawyers

We provide a list of English speaking lawyers in Zimbabwe.

Consular fees

A guide to fees charged for consular services in Zimbabwe.

Living in Zimbabwe

A guide for British nationals living in Zimbabwe, including information on health, education, employment and finance.

Police clearance

The embassy cannot issue police clearance certificates. Check with the Disclosure and Barring Service or the Criminal Records Office for more information.

Legalisation service

How to get official confirmation that your UK public documentation is genuine so it can be accepted by foreign authorities. The UK does not require any documents to be legalised for use within the UK.

Visas

For information on whether you require a visa for the United Kingdom and how to apply go to the UK Border Agency website

Our people

Deborah  Bronnert

Deborah Bronnert

British Ambassador to Zimbabwe

  • Chris Brown

    Deputy Head of Mission, British Embassy Harare

Contact us

British Embassy Harare

3 Norfolk Road,
Mount Pleasant,
Harare
Zimbabwe

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