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16/07/2020

2020 Mid-term Fiscal Policy Review Statement. Thursday 16 July 2020 National Assembly Sitting

13/07/2020

Attorney General's Office & National Prosecuting Authority Amendment Bill's Public Hearing. Ambassador Hotel. 13 July 2020

12/07/2020
10/07/2020

Zimbabwe Gender Commission Interviews

10/07/2020
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Wednesday 08 July 2020. National Assembly Question and Answer Session

07/07/2020

National Assembly Sitting. Tuesday 07 July 2020

07/07/2020

Committee on Lands, Agriculture, Water and Rural Resettlement. Oral Evidence from Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Water and Rural Resettlement. Tuesday 7 July 2020

07/07/2020

At 1000hrs we shall bring to you live here, on our page the Oral Evidence from the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture , Water and Rural Resettlement on the Ministry's preparedness for the 2020 winter cropping season.

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Members of the public attending the cyber crime and protection of information bill public Consultations in various places around zimbabwe.

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14/10/2019

Portfolio Committee on Industry and Commerce.
Thursday, 17 October 2019 1000hrs
Committee Room No. 1
1. Inaugural meeting and report and review of work plan
2. Consideration of the 2020 Pre-Budget Consultations Report (Closed Session)

14/10/2019

Portfolio Committee on Youth, Sports and Recreation
Thursday, 17 October 2019
1000hrs Committee Room No. 2
Inaugural meeting
Consideration of 2020 Pre-Budget Consultations Report (Closed Session)

14/10/2019

Portfolio Committee on Women Affairs and SME’s
Thursday, 17 October 2019 1000hrs
Committee Room No. 413
1. Inaugural meeting

2. Deliberations on the 2020 Pre-Budget Consultations (Closed Sessions)

14/10/2019

Portfolio Committee on Energy and Power Development
Thursday, 17 October 2019 1000hrs
Committee Room No. 311
Pre-budget consultation with Ministry of Energy and Power Development (Open Session)

14/10/2019

Portfolio Committee on Primary and Secondary Education
Thursday 0830hrs National Assembly
Inaugural meeting (Closed session)

14/10/2019

Portfolio Committee on Budget, Finance and Economic
Development
Monday, 16 October 2019 1000hrs Senate Chamber Consideration of Committee reports on enquires conducted during the last session (Closed Session)

14/10/2019

Portfolio Coomiittee on Local Government, Public Works and National Housing
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 1000hrsCommittee Room No. 3
1. Inaugural meeting and formulation of Second Session work plan
2. Consideration of 2020 Pre-Budget consultations Report (Closed Session)

14/10/2019

Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 1000hrs Committee Room No. 4
1. Inaugural meeting

2. Deliberation on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade’s submission on the 2020 budget (Closed Sessions)

14/10/2019

Kindly note that the following Bills lapsed following the end of the First Session of the Ninth Parliament on 26 September 2019:
a) Zimbabwe Investment and Development Agency [H. B. 2, 2019]
b) Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime Amendment [H. B. 4, 2019]
c) Coroner’s Office [H. B. 5, 2019]
d) Freedom of Information [H. B. 6, 2019]
e) Marriages [H. B. 7, 2019]
f) Zimbabwe Media Commission [H. B. 8, 2019]

In terms of Standing Order No. 161

(1) Any public Bill which lapses by reason of the end of a Session before it has been agreed to by the National Assembly and the Senate may be proceeded with in the next ensuing Session at the stage it had reached in the preceding Session if a dissolution has not taken place between such two Sessions under the following conditions—
(a) the Bill may be proceeded with by a resolution of the House restoring it to the
order Paper;
(b) unless the resolution restoring the Bill to the order Paper directs otherwise,
the Bill must be proceeded with at the commencement of the particular stage
which it had reached during the preceding session.

(2) Any Bill so restored to the Order Paper must be proceeded with as if its passage has not been interrupted by end of a Session.

(3) if a Motion for the restoration of a Bill to the Order Paper is not agreed to by the House, a new Bill may be introduced and proceeded with in the ordinary manner.

14/10/2019

Portfolio Commitee on Lands, Agriculture, Climate, Water and Rural Resettlement Meeting
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 1000hrs Senate Chamber Oral Evidence from Sable Chemicals, Windmill, FSG, Omnia, ZFC on their state preparedness for the 2019-2020 summer cropping season (Open Session)

14/10/2019

Portfolio Committee on Transport and Infrastructural
Development Meeting
Monday, 14 October 2019
1400hrs Committee Room No. 311
1. Inaugural meeting and Review of the 1st Session work plan
2. Consideration of the Report on the 2020 Pre-Budget Consultations (Closed Sessions)

14/10/2019

Portfolio Committee on ICT and Courier Services Meeting
Monday, 14 October 2019
1400hrs Committee Room No. 413
1. Inaugural meeting and Review of the 1st Session work plan
2. Consideration of the 2020 Pre-Budget Consultations (Closed Session)

14/10/2019

Portfolio Committee on Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Meeting
Monday, 14 October 2019
1400hrs Committee Room No. 1
Stakeholder consultations on the 2020 National Budget (Open Session)

09/10/2019

PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS

CORONERS BILL (H.B. 5, 2019) & THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT BILL (H.B. 11, 2019)

The Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs in will hold public consultations on the Coroners Bill and the Constitutional Court Bill from the 14th to the 17th of October 2019 as follows:
Team A
Date Place Venue Time
14 October 2019 Gweru Midlands Hotel 1400hrs
15 October 2019 Bulawayo Bulawayo Holiday Inn 1000hrs

Team B
Date Place Venue Time
14 October 2019 Masvingo Chevron Hotel 1400hrs
15 October 2019 Mutare Mutare Holiday Inn 1400hrs

Team A & B
Date Place Venue Time
17 October 2019 Harare Parliament Building: National Assembly Chamber 1400hrs

Copies of the bill can be accessed on our website www.parlzim.gov.zw or on request from any of the contacts below.

ALL THOSE WHO WILL BE PUTTING ON MILITARY UNIFORMS, SIGNS OF RANKS, FLAGS OR BADGES AND POLITICAL PARTY REGALIA WILL NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THE PUBLIC HEARING.

The public, interested groups and organizations are invited to attend these hearings. Written submissions and correspondences are welcome and should be addressed to:
The Clerk of Parliament
Attention: Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs
P.O.Box CY 298
Causeway
Harare
Submissions can also be made by email through email address [email protected]zim.gov.zw/[email protected]/[email protected]
Telephone: (04) 700181-8, 252936-50 ext. 2053/2171
Manhivi Shepherd (Principal Committee Clerk) - 0772247864 /Mpofu- Muvhami Catherine (Public Relations Officer) - 0782208414 Fax: (04)252935

PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS ON THE ZIMBABWE MEDIA COMMISSION BillThe Portfolio Committee on Information, Media and Broadcasting...
09/10/2019
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PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS ON THE ZIMBABWE MEDIA COMMISSION Bill

The Portfolio Committee on Information, Media and Broadcasting Services will hold public consultations on the Zimbabwe Media Commission Bill (H.B. 8, 2019) from 14 to 18 October 2019. The Committee will cover various areas as follows:

Monday 14 October 2019
Gweru Gweru Theatre 1400hrs

Tuesday 15 October 2019
Bulawayo Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel 0900hrs

Wednesday 16 October 2019
Masvingo Civic Centre 0900hrs

Thursday 17 October 2019
Mutare Queens Hall 0900hrs

Friday 18 October 2019
Harare Senate Chamber 0900hrs

Soft copies of the bill can be accessed from our website www.parlzim.gov.zw or on request from any of the contacts below.

ALL THOSE WHO WILL BE PUTTING ON MILITARY UNIFORMS, SIGNS OF RANKS, FLAGS OR BADGES AND POLITICAL PARTY REGALIA WILL NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THE PUBLIC HEARING.

The public, interested groups and organizations are invited to attend these consultations. Written submissions and correspondences are welcome and should be addressed to:

The Clerk of Parliament
Attention: Portfolio Committee on Information, Media and Broadcasting Services
P.O. Box CY 298
Causeway
Harare

Submissions can also be made by email through email address [email protected]
Telephone: (04) 700181-8, 252936-50
Maria Hlasera (Committee Clerk) Ext. 2164
Mercy Chidemo (Public Relations Officer) Ext. 2236
Fax: (04)252935

PUBLIC HEARINGSMARRIAGES BILL – H.B. 7, 2019The Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs in conju...
22/08/2019
Parliament of Zimbabwe

PUBLIC HEARINGS

MARRIAGES BILL – H.B. 7, 2019
The Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs in conjunction with the Portfolio Committee on Women Affairs, Gender, Community & SMEs Development and the Thematic Committee on Gender & Development will hold public hearings on the Marriages Bill (H.B. 7, 2019) from the 26th to the 30th of August 2019. The teams will cover all 10 Provinces of Zimbabwe as follows

Team 7: Matabeleland South & Part of Bulawayo
26 August 2019
Filabusi Insiza Community Hall 1000hrs
Gwanda Gwanda Hotel 1430hrs

27 August 2019
Matopo Minda High Scholl Hall 0930hrs
Umzingwane Esikhoveni Hall 1400hrs

28 August 2019 Beitbridge Vembe High School Hall 1130hrs

29 August 2019
Plumtree Plumtree TMB Hall- Mangwe 1000hrs
Plumtree Madlambuzi Hall – Bulilima 1400hrs

30 August 2019
Bulawayo Large City Hall – City Centre 1000hrs
Bulawayo Beit Hall – Luveve 1400hrs

ALL THOSE WHO WILL BE PUTTING ON MILITARY UNIFORMS, SIGNS OF RANKS, FLAGS OR BADGES AND POLITICAL PARTY REGALIA WILL NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THE PUBLIC HEARING.

The public, interested groups and organizations are invited to attend these hearings. Written submissions and correspondences are welcome and should be addressed to:
The Clerk of Parliament
Attention: Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs
P.O.Box CY 298
Causeway
Harare
Submissions can also be made by email through email address [email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]
The public can access soft copies of the bill on our website www.parlzim.gov.zw
Telephone: (04) 700181-8, 252936-50 ext. 2053/2171
Manhivi Shepherd (Principal Committee Clerk) / Catherine Mpofu- Muvhami (Public Relations Officer) Fax: (04)252935

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Constitutional Amendment Bill No 2
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People are sturving out here what is the government planning to save the life of the people.
ESTEEMED H.E. Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa (in Kampala From where you came from, munna Gwanga means a CITIZEN OF UGANDA). LET US SEE IF THE DEVIL WILL STOP THIS POST SHARED THIS EASTER. DETAILS ARE AS FOLLOWS: A HAPPY EASTER, FROM GOOGLE LLC * NB: For being a member of BDS MOVEMENT or ANTI-SEMITE, And If you are a google apps user: you cannot pass a simple test. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cvEMDBNLLI Example: Abbas Mahmoud on youtube, December 24, 2019. * RT is funded in whole or in part by the Russian government. (Wikipedia)
Why do we need to have a shutdown in the face of Corona virus? Because we need to stop moving, that way we can stop spreading the virus. So why is this government coming up with this so called thing hee essential services hee what not. Why do we need fuel when the country is on a shutdown . Why do we need retail shops open when we are on a lockdown This move to exempt other players who are not in the health sector or security is just outright crazy. Mr President and the Head at CZI, have you even for one day stepped foot in a zupco bus. You clearly have no idea, leading from the comfort of your offices. You are putting the lives of millions of Zimbabweans at risk and that is so wrong. Bad governance at its best. You called for a lockdown without thinking things through, it's a painful decision yes and it had to be done. You are now undoing it by these so called exemptions. Look at how other countries are doing it, learn from them. If anyone looses their lives through this, their blood is in your hand Mr President
I would like to ask the Portfolio Committee on Public Service,Labour and Social Warfare to ask the relevant minister if she is thinking of pensioners warfare.Its increament here and increament there and nothing for pensioners.Parliament needs to take action on this issue.
haaa nhasi kwabatwa basa kuParly nema committee keep it up Honourables
WE NEED BETTER SERVICES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE PROVIDER'S MTN IS BETTER IF IT COMES TO ZIM ALL OTHER HAVE FAILED #HELP_US
Cde speak er cn u allow me to ask this question direct to minister of labour cde minister what are you saying about the issue of hwange colliery company where by they are having;:: 4 years without their salaries
This is an open letter to The Honourable President of Zimbabwe E D Mnanangagwa. Dear sir /Mr President Firstly i would like to thank Parliament for opening this platform ,giving us Zimbabweans an opportunity to air our greviences . In the year 2017 14 - 20 july the business weekly read as follows: Inquiry Commission presents report to the Finance Minister .The Zimbabwean Government commissioned an investigation in 2015 into how pension and insurance benefits were paid out following a big outcry from pensioners and policy holders . The pension Commision inquiry ---chaired by retired Justice George Smith - presented its report to Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa for onward submission to President R G Mugabe (now ex-President ) . I would like to inquire wether the Inquiry report has been looked into as we the pensioners that were effected have not had a feedback since then . As pensioners we are highly concerned as the years have accumulated.Our hard earned cash was eroded by inflation . Some pensionershave passed on ,whilst uthers have been reduced to beggars ,moved to rural areas and living from hand to mouth . I was employed in one of your Government departments for over twenty years ,working diligently and without misconducts , contributing. Due to injury on duty i was forced to resign on medical grounds as i could no longer deliver as previous . Sir /Mr President could u assist and enlighten us pesioners on the above issue . Your urgent response would be appreciated. Thanking you Mrs Ottilia Johnson
Enlighten me and others POZ. Can a member of parliament, other than a cabinet minister propose a bill in Parliament and get it passed. If so how many bills have been proposed by MPs in this Parliamentary session ending this year
Dear my president I am writing this letter with deep anger and lots of frustrations as to why the council of veterinary surgeons tries by all means to block the registration process of students who have been send to foreign universities by the government and only to come back and be told to pay lots of money just for registration and on top of that do exams. The registrar should also take note that we didn’t go to foreign universities on our own but through government scholarships and with bilateral relationships between the government and the sister country. The most unfortunate part and the worst thing is that fellow human doctors who have graduated at the same universities with us in foreign universities under the same scholarships are not passing through this same process, they just go to the ministry of health and get registered automatically without the need of any exams and start working under paid internships and why will the registrar of veterinary medicine treat veterinary doctors under government scholarships differently, blocking and complicating the registration process. why was the government spending lots of money on our education, if the council don’t allow foreign graduates to pass through a fair registration process? The fees you are charging are extremely high and the process is just extremely complicated making it impossible for most of us who were awarded this scholarship because we could not afford to pay the school fees at the university of Zimbabwe to pass through yet again the same headache on fees, scholarships are given by the government to disadvantaged but talented students and who can’t afford the expensive education offered by the university of Zimbabwe and it’s so sad that we are blocked again by the same process. we really need the same treatment as fellow graduates from other ministries because the way the process of registration is very complicated for veterinary doctors who went under government scholarship to study under government sponsorships is ridiculous and complicated and very unnecessary. why will the ministry of health treat human doctors so well and us veterinary doctors passing through this complicated process. I will take this case to the ministry of agriculture and I really need a fair registration process that protects government sponsored students from foreign university. Something is wrong with this process because we pass through ZIMCHE and we don’t pay any cent, the government facilitates the process of the degree revalidation of its students, they have spent thousands of dollars on us, why should we be complicated on contributing to our economy, if they are the ones who negotiated for such scholarships, other foreigners who went privately abroad pay 300$ for revalidation, now we separate and go to our respective ministries , human doctors, nurses and all those in medical field are registered automatically and even start having a paid internship as the only process they have to pass through, us from the veterinary department we have to pass through a veterinary exam and we have to pay exorbitant prices and pass through too many conditions and this is very unfair and we need the government to intervene . Those who went with the money of their parents and also those who are foreigners and want to come and work in the country are the ones i think need to pass through this rigorous registration process, why will you complicate the registration process for government students, and is the only section in the whole government that has measures not fair. we were studying with students from all over SADAC and its only Zimbabwe with this treatment to its foreign government sponsored veterinary doctors, the likes of south Africans they pass through an internship at a teaching hospital and are automatically registered, the like of Botswana on the same case they give preference to those under scholarships and register them automatically and even deploy them directly into work, Namibia is the same just to mention but a few, only foreigners who want to come and work are the ones who pass through the SAVA etc but not students send by government under those bilateral relationships. Instead of complicating the registration process the registrar was supposed to facilitate this process and create bonding plans so that the students who went and used taxpayer’s money come back and work under bonding systems and contribute a lot to the development plan. There are lots of programmes like command agriculture and many more which needs veterinary doctors and we all know that university of Zimbabwe can’t produce enough doctors who can help in turning around the production systems of the whole country. The government look into this with immediate effect, the economy needs us, we are also reading news of foreign students under government scholarships staying without money and living in misery , the problem is that the same government just send students abroad and pay stipends and when the same students graduate they are not bonding, it was just a free gift without profits made or even without any contribution to the economy, the thing is if those students will be bonded after they graduate, the same money will come back and help the other students who need that same scholarship and I don’t know why the treasury doesn’t see such a simple suggestion , its just spending and spending and nothing is benefitting the economy, this is absolutely insane i hope you will take note of this because i will try to engage with the ministry so that they review this unfair process yours representing foreign vet students graduates under government scholarships