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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY VOTES 07 NOVEMBER 2013 NO 14

No. 14

 

 

PARLIAMENT

 

OF

 

ZIMBABWE

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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

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FIRST SESSION – EIGHTH PARLIAMENT

 

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THURSDAY, 7TH NOVEMBER, 2013

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Quarter past two o’clock pm The Speaker in the Chair

 

PRAYERS

 

Members Present

 

 

 

Banda T;

Bhudha S.

Bunjira R

Chamisa N

Chapfika D

Chasi F

Chibagu G

Chidhakwa S

Chigudu M

Chikomba L

Chikuni E

Chikwinya N

Chikwinya S

Chimanikire G

Chimene M M

Chimwamurombe A

Chinanzvavana C

Chinomona M M

Chinotimba J

Chipato A

Chirisa F

Chitembwe V J

Chitindi C

Chitura L

Chivamba K

Chiwa D

Chiwetu J Z

Dhewa  W

Dube S

Dziva T M

Gandawa G

Tasungunurwa; G I

Gumbo S.

Gumbo Joram

Gwanetsa K K

Gwanongodza E

Haritotas P

Hlongwane M

Holder J

Hungwa  G

Jaboon J

Kachepa N

Kadungure D A

Kaukonde R J

Kaundikiza M

Kereke M

Khanye N

Khumalo M

Khupe T

Kwaramba G

Labode M R

Mabuwa C

Machingauta C

Machingura R

Madanha M

Madondo T

Madubeko J

Madzimure W

Mahiya M

Mahlangu T

Mahoka S

Majaya B

Majome F J  Makoni R R

Makonya J

Makunde T

Makweya M

Mandipaka O Mangami D

Mangwende S

Manyengavana M

Maondera W

Mapiki J

Maridadi J

Marumahoko R

Masamvu L

Mashange W

 

Mashonganyika D

Masiya D

Masuku P

Matambanadzo M

Matangaidze T

Matangira T R

Mathe G

Matibenga L G

Matienga M

Matimba K M

Matuke L

Mavenyengwa R

Mavima P

Mawere M

Mawere M RN S

Mbwembwe E

Mguni O

Mhere E

Mhlanga A

Mhlanga N J

Mhona F T

Midzi A B M

Misihairambwi P M

Mkandla M

Mlambo W B.J;

Moyo L

Moyo R

 

Mpariwa P

Mpofu B

Mpofu M M

Mpofu R

Mpofu S

Mtingwende T Muchenje M S

Mudambo T

Mudarikwa S

Mudau M

Muderedzwa R

Mudzuri E

Mukanduri S T

Munochinzwa M

Mukwangwariwa F G

Mukwena R

Murai E

Musiiwa A

Musundire A L

Musvaire W

Mutinhiri A

Mutomba W

Mutseyami P C

Muzhavazhe J

Muzondiwa E S

Muzungu -  Masaiti E

Ncube D M

Ncube H

 

Absent with leave

Ncube O                                                        Sibanda D S

Ncube S                                                        Sibanda L

Ndebele A                                                    Sibanda M

Ndhlovu A                                                    Sibanda Z

Ndlovu A                                                          Simbanegavi Y

Ndlovu D M;                                                 Sindi C

Ndlovu M S                                                     Tarusenga U  D

Ndlovu N                                                      Toffa J

Ndoro L F                                                      Tshuma D

Nduna D                                                       Tsogorani J

Nkatazo M M                                              Vutete M

Nkomo M                                                        Wadyajena J M

Nkomo M                                                     Zemura L

Nkomo R                                                       Zhou P

Nleya L                                                          Zhou T

Nyamupinga B B                                          Zindi I

Nyanhongo M

Nyere C

Pedzisai

Phiri F P

Porusingazi E

 

Rudzirwayi J M

 

Rungani A

 

Ruvai E

 

Sansole T W

 

Saruwaka T J.L.;

 

Shongedza E

 

Shumba K D

Printed by Order of the House

 

 

Hon Bhebhe A; Hon Butau; Hon Kuruneri; Hon  Muchinguri O;

 

 

  1. THE SPEAKER: I have noted with concern that there appears to be reluctance or refusal by some Members of Parliament to observe established rules and customs relating to decorum and the precedence of the Speaker or other person presiding. For the avoidance of doubt, I wish to draw to the attention of all Members of Parliament the following provisions.

 

Standing order 46 (1) and 46 (2) state that;

 

‘Every Member shall appear in attire befitting the dignity of the House and shall make obeisance to the Chair in passing to and from his or her seat and upon entering and leaving the Chamber; and no Member shall pass between the Chair and any Member who is speaking, nor between the Chair and the table, nor stand in any of the passages or gangways.

 

If the Speaker or the Chairperson, as the case maybe, is of the opinion that the attire of a Member present in the Chamber during the sitting of the House is unsuitable or unbecoming to the dignity of the House, he or she may order that Member to withdraw from the precincts of Parliament until such time as the Member is suitably dressed.’

 

This provision also applies to meetings of Portfolio Committees.

 

Members should also take note that pursuant to Standing Order 54;

 

‘At the commencement of business and when the House adjourns or business is suspended, Members shall stand in their places until the Speaker or other Member presiding has entered or left the Chamber, as the case may be’

 

In addition, Standing Order 74 directs that;

 

‘Whenever the Speaker or the Chairperson rises during a debate, any Member then speaking or offering to speak shall sit down, and the Member shall be silent so that the Speaker or the Chairperson, as the case maybe, may be heard without interruption’

 

I am explaining these Standing Orders so that Members are guided accordingly.  Therefore this announcement serves both as an advisory note as well as a warning. Failure to take heed of this advice and warning may result in the Speaker invoking provisions of Standing Order 79 which states that;

 

‘Any Member who disregards the authority of the Chair or persistently and wilfully disrupts the business of  the House commits an offence for which he or she may be suspended from the service of the House’

 

  1. The Speaker informed the House that he had read the Hansard Volume 40, Number 12 of 5th November 2013 and confirmed that Hon. Matambanadzo had used unparliamentary language during his contribution to the debate on the motion on sanctions. The Speaker requested the Member to withdraw and offer an apology. Hon. Matambanadzo, duly withdrew the statement he had made and apologised.

 

  1. The Speaker also informed the House that the Women’s Caucus had elected office bearers as follows:

Hon. Sen. M Mutsvangwa (Chairperson), Hon. P. Mpariwa (Deputy Chairperson), Hon. M

Dziva (Secretary), Hon. R Muchihwa (Vice Secretary), Hon. S Mahofa (Treasurer), Hon. S Mahoka (Committee Member), Hon. Sen. Shiri (Committee Member) 0

  1. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (Adjourned 5th November The Deputy Minister of Information, Communication Technology , Postal and Courier Services).

 

[Time elapsed: 8hrs.16 mins.]

 

Question again proposed: That a respectful address be presented to the President of Zimbabwe as follows: -

 

May it please you, your Excellency the President:

 

 

We the Members of Parliament of Zimbabwe, desire to express our loyalty to Zimbabwe and beg leave to offer our respectful thanks for the speech, which you have been pleased to address to Parliament- Hon Mbwembwe.

 

On the motion of the Deputy Minister of Information, Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services: Debate adjourned until Tuesday, 19th November 2013.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the establishment of a Women’s Bank which does not require collateral (Adjourned 6th November The Deputy Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs).

 

[Day elapsed: 1]

 

            Question again proposed: 

            

That this House

             ALARMED by the number of women informal traders in Zimbabwe;

 

CONCERNED by the lack of empowerment of women regardless of the establishment of flea  markets in Zimbabwe;

 

ALSO CONCERNED by the levels of poverty regardless of empowerment programmes put in      place  by government and NGOs, such as flea markets;

 

DEEPLY SADDENED by lack of financial literacy programmes by government and NGOs           targeted at women in the retail trade.

 

DEEPLY WORRIED by the attitudes towards women informal entrepreneurs by financial      Institutions;

 

NOW THEREFORE calls for the establishment of a Women's Bank that will not require           collateral .- Hon Khupe

 

 On the motion of the Deputy Minister of Information, Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services: Debate adjourned until Tuesday, 19th November 2013.

 

  1. The Speaker made an announcement regarding the suspension of all Committee business up to Friday, 15 November 2013.

 

 

  1. On the motion of the Deputy Minister of Information, Communication Technology, Postal and

Courier Services: The House adjourned at sixteen minutes to five o’clock until Tuesday, 19th November 2013, at quarter past two o’ clock pm.

 

 

  1. F. MUDENDA,

Speaker.

 

 

TUESDAY 19TH NOVEMBER 2013

 

 

ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICES OF MOTIONS

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (Adjourned 7th November –    The Deputy Minister of Information, Communication Technology , Postal and Courier      Services).

 

[Time elapsed: 9 hrs. 07 mins.]

 

Question proposed: That a respectful address be presented to the President of Zimbabwe as follows: -

 

May it please you, your Excellency the President:

 

 

We the Members of Parliament of Zimbabwe, desire to express our loyalty to Zimbabwe and beg leave to offer our respectful thanks for the speech, which you have been pleased to address to Parliament- Hon Mbwembwe.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on motion on the establishment of a Women’s Bank which does not require collateral (Adjourned 7th November The Deputy Minister of Information, Communication Technology , Postal and Courier Services).

 

[Day elapsed: 2]

 

            Question proposed: 

            

That this House-

 

             ALARMED by the number of women informal traders in Zimbabwe;

 

CONCERNED by the lack of empowerment of women regardless of the establishment of flea  markets in Zimbabwe;

 

ALSO CONCERNED by the levels of poverty regardless of empowerment programmes put in      place  by government and NGOs, such as flea markets;

 

DEEPLY SADDENED by lack of financial literacy programmes by government and NGOs           targeted at women in the retail trade.

 

DEEPLY WORRIED by the attitudes towards women informal entrepreneurs by financial      Institutions;

 

NOW THEREFORE calls for the establishment of a Women's Bank that will not require           collateral .- Hon Khupe

 

 

  1. HON. B. TSHUMA

HON. D. P. SIBANDA

 

That this House -

 

            AWARE that the Government of Zimbabwe has a duty of transparency and accountability in respect of        its stewardship of national assets in pursuit of the national interest.

 

FURTHER AWARE of our commitment to promote gender equality and empower women as envisaged by millenium development goal number 3 and more fully by our constitution.

 

DEVASTATED by the violence unleashed by the Board of Directors of the Hwange Colliery

Company Limited on the women who moved to gather at the corporations General Office in Hwange on the 7th of  October 2013 intending to peacefully press on the Board the urgency of the need for payment of long overdue wages by the company to its employees.

 

 

            NOW, THEREFORE:

 

Calls upon the Government of Zimbabwe as the majority shareholder of the Hwange Colliery Company Limited, to exercise its ownership to provide the relief sought by the community stakeholder.

 

  1. HON. GONESE

HON. MAJOME

 

That this House:

 

ACKNOWLEDGING that the Constitution is the supreme law of the land and all existing laws have to be aligned to the new Constitution;

 

RECOGNISING that the current pieces of legislation must reflect the thrust and spirit of the progressive dispensation brought about by the new Constitution;

 

WORRIED that the Executive seems to lack the necessary commitment and enthusiasm to expeditiously attend to this matter;

 

CONCERNED  that the lack of certainty regarding which laws are not consistent with the letter and spirit of the new Constitution will result in the lack of clarity on the legal position on various issues;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon the Executive to urgently take steps to amend a number of laws to align them to the Constitution.

 

 

  1. HON. MISIHAIRABWI –MUSHONGA

HON.  TOFFA

 

That this House -

 

NOTING that the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides for a Presidential Proclamation in setting the venue for the sitting of Parliament;

 

CONCERNED that the current parliamentary venue does not provide a conducive environment for serious debate;

 

             RECALLING the need to devolve arms of state and bring Parliament to other centres too;

 

 

            NOW, THEREFORE CALLS UPON THIS  HOUSE

 

  1. In the short term to change the venue for the sitting of Parliament.

 

  1. To consider moving the seat of Parliament to Bulawayo.

 

  • To provide resources for minimum renovations to the current Parliament.

 

 

  1. HON. MUSUNDIRE HON  MARIDADI

 

That this House;

 

CONCERNED by the proliferation of illegal structures put up by the homeless at a time the  local Authorities of Harare, Chitungwiza and other Local Authorities elsewhere in the country are dismantling such structures which are the only means of accommodation available to these people without providing alternative accommodation.

 

 

DISMAYED by the reluctance of the law enforcement agencies to apprehend the illegal land  developers and unregistered co operatives that are swindling and shortchanging desperate home  seekers of their hard earned cash.

 

 

            NOW THEREFORE

 

Calls upon the Government to  take;

 

  1. Remedial measures by putting in place programmes that are sustainable and settlement plans that are pro-poor. ii. Action  against these illegal land developers and unregistered cooperatives.

 

  1. HON. MISIHAIRABWI MUSHONGA HON. TOFFA

 

That this House -

 

     COGNISANT that government has committed itself to a salary increase for public servants;

 

           AWARE that any increase will be minimal given resource challenges;

 

            RECALLING the Government resolution on the need to introduce non-monetary benefits to  augment salaries of Public Servants;

 

 

            NOW, THEREFORE,  CALLS UPON

 

The Minister of Finance to immediately implement the non monetary benefits giving all public servants a duty free certificate to import a vehicle for personal use.

 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on intermittent power cuts by ZESA (Adjourned 6th November –The Deputy Minister of Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services).

 

[Days elapsed: 3]

 

Question proposed: That this House:

 

ALARMED by the intermittent power cuts to both domestic and commercial consumers as a result of load-shedding and faults;

 

CONCERNED by the lack of capacity by ZESA to attend timeously to faults;

 

DEEPLY WORRIED by the ever increasing gap between demand and supply;

 

ALSO DEEPLY ALARMED by the lack of investment into the power sector by the shareholder;

 

FURTHER CONCERNED by the flight of qualified and experienced personnel which has adverse effects on the electricity supply industry;

 

NOW, THEREFORE:

 

Resolves that the Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy conducts an inquiry into the power sector in Zimbabwe. – Hon. Maridadi

 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on breast and cervical cancer (Adjourned 16th October – The Deputy Minister of Health and Child Care)

 

 

[Day elapsed: 1]

 

Question proposed: That this House -

 

ALARMED by the number of women dying from breast and cervical cancer in Zimbabwe;

 

CONCERNED by the unavailability of cancer treatment in Zimbabwe;

 

DEEPLY WORRIED by the lack of accessibility to cancer treatment in Zimbabwe;

 

FURTHER CONCERNED that cancer treatment is not affordable especially to the majority of women;

 

DEEPLY SADDENED that cancer treatment is not available, accessible and affordable;

 

NOW, THEREFORE:

 

Recommends the introduction of a cancer levy in order to save many lives; and

 

Calls for the establishment of cancer treatment units in every district Hon. Khupe

 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the US government and European              Union  (Adjourned 16th October – The Deputy Minister of Health and Child Care).

 

[Day elapsed: 3]

 

Question proposed: That this House:

 

CONCERNED by the high rate of de-industrialisation in Zimbabwe’s major cities and towns continuously in the last 12 years;

 

FURTHER CONCERNED by the levels of unemployment currently experienced in Zimbabwe;

 

DEEPLY WORRIED by the sanctions induced poverty levels that have blighted Zimbabweans for the past 12 years;

 

PERTURBED by the alarming brain and skills drain experienced by Zimbabwe’s economy in the last decade;

 

ALARMED by the arrogant unilateralism of the West which imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe

without engaging in exhaustive dialogue;

 

NOW, THEREFORE:

 

Calls on the European Union, Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America to lift all forms of sanctions they imposed on Zimbabwe.

 

Resolves to submit this motion, together with a covering letter to the European Parliament, the

European External Action Service, the United States Congress, the Australian Parliament, New Zealand Parliament and the House of Commons, encouraging them to urge their governments to lift all forms of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe – Hon. Hlongwane

 

  1. Adjourn debate on the motion on food shortages in Zimbabwe (Adjourned 15th October – The

            Minister of State for Provincial Affairs – Harare)

 

 

Question proposed

 

That this House-

Day elapsed: 1]

 

NOTING that Zimbabwe was once the breadbasket of Southern Africa and has now been reduced to a basket case;

 

DISTURBED by the Government’s lack of precautionary programmes to avert hunger in the face of poor rainy season;

 

CONCERNED  by the acute shortage of food which has resulted in more than two million people facing starvation particularly in Masvingo, Midlands, Matebeleland and Manicaland Provinces;

 

MINDFUL of the fact that in Zimbabwe more than 2.2 million people are in need of food to avert starvation;

 

NOW, THEREFORE:

 

Resolves to set up a Parliamentary Committee to enquire into the food shortage crisis that is currently engulfing Zimbabwe; and

 

Calls upon Government to implement an urgent non-partisan drought and starvation mitigation programme –Hon. Nkomo S.S.

 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the terrorist attacks on the Westgate Shopping Mall in Kenya (Adjourned 3rd October - The Minister State for Provincial Affairs- Harare).

 

 

[Days elapsed: 2] Question proposed: That this House-

RECALLS attacks by the terrorist group Al-Shabaab on Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya;

 

DEEPLY SADDENED by the death of sixty-two people and one hundred and seventy-five people who sustained injuries as a result of this terrorist attack;

 

NOW, THEREFORE:

 

Condemns the attack on the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya; and

 

Expresses its condolences to the families who lost their loved ones and our solidarity with the people of Kenya at this trying time - Hon. G. Moyo.

 

 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Health Sector in Zimbabwe (Adjourned 1st October - The Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs).

 

 

[Days elapsed: 2] Question proposed: That this House-

 

ALARMED by the deteriorating nature of the health sector in Zimbabwe which include the health infrastructure and services;

 

CONCERNED by government’s lack of adequate attention, time and effort into averting the health crisis;

 

DEEPLY WORRIED by the expanding gap between the private and public health delivery systems;

 

ALSO DEEPLY ALARMED by the reports from Harare Central Hospital where mothers are delivering babies on the floor;

 

FURTHER CONCERNED by the shortage of basic services such as water at government institutions;

 

NOW THEREFORE:

 

Resolves that the Portfolio Committee on Health and Child Care conducts an inquiry into the health sector in Zimbabwe - Hon. Dr. Labode.

             

 

  1. COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2013

 

 

QUESTIONS FOR ORAL  ANSWERS

 

 ♦ QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE.

 

 * QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE.

 

*1. HON.  CHINOTIMBA:  To ask the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National

Housing to explain whether it is government policy for Local Authorities to employ

Zimbabwean citizens and issue residential stands on a partisan basis  and

   to state the measures that government has put in place to curb such malpractices.
 

 

 

[Deferred from Wednesday 6th November, 2013]

*2.

 

 

 

HON. SARUWAKA:  To ask the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing to clarify the position regarding the chairing of committees by different political parties in Rural District Councils, Town Boards and Municipalities especially the Audit

Committee which is now assigned to the main opposition party in Parliament as provided in the constitution, to enhance accountability. 

            [Deferred from Wednesday 6th November, 2013]

*3.

 

HON. GONESE:  To ask the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing,  to explain:
  i)   the circumstances surrounding the inordinate delay in the completion of the Harare       International Airport Road linking with Enterprise road; and

 

  1. ii) why Municipal land was transferred to a contractor prior to completion of the

 

[Deferred from Wednesday 6th November, 2013]

*4 HON SARUWAKA:  To ask the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing to clarify whether a mayor or a council chairperson has authority to;

 

i) Deny councilors of political parties from being members of any committee of their choice.

 

 

 

 

 

ii) Bar councilors of political parties from being members of a specific committee as was the case in Mutasa Rural District Council where MDC-T councilors were barred from being members of the Finance Committee

[Deferred from Wednesday 6th November, 2013]

*5.

 

HON MADUBEKO:  To ask the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing  to explain to the House;

 

i)      Why Chiefs were last issued vehicles in 2004.

 

ii)    The Ministry’s plans to consider the plight of chiefs.

 

iii)  The government’s policy to construct and electrify chiefs homesteads.

 

   
*6.

 

HON. GONESE:  To ask the Minister of Tourism and Hospitality Industry to give an update on  progress made by the Ministerial Task-Force mandated to investigate the invasion of the Save Conservancy and recommendations made to government in that regard.

[Deferred from Wednesday 6th November, 2013]

 

 

*7.

 

 

 

HON. GONESE:  To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Mechanization and Irrigation Development to state the tonnage of grain Zimbabwe has imported from Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique and  other neighboring countries during this year.

           [Deferred from Wednesday 6th November, 2013]

*8.

 

 

 

HON MPOFU M:  To ask the Minister of Agriculture,  Mechanization and Irrigation Development to inform the House what plans the Ministry has to resuscitate the ARDA farmers, Mayoka Irrigation and Loreto Irrigation Schemes in Silobela which are currently in a dysfunctional state.

[Deferred from Wednesday 6th November, 2013]

*9. HON MADUBEKO:  To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Department to explain to the House

 

  1. The circumstances behind the delay of the reconstruction of Shagar Dam which has continued

to affect the irrigation scheme in the community.

 

  1. The Ministry’s plans to reconstruct the dam.

 

[Deferred from Wednesday 6th November, 2013]

   
*10.

 

 

 

HON ZINDI:  To ask the Minister of  Home Affairs to give this House statistics regarding fatal accidents that occur as a result of other motorist ramming behind stationery broken down haulage trucks or fuel tankers from 2009 to date .

[Deferred from Wednesday 6th November, 2013]

   
*11.

 

 HON SARUWAKA:  To ask the Minister of Environment, Water and Climate whether the mining operations by the Russian Company in Penhalonga along Mutare River is done in compliance with Environmental Management Authority regulations.

[Deferred from Wednesday 6th November, 2013]

*12. HON GONESE: To ask the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs in the President’s Office  to outline to the House
  1. The annual budget of the Presidential scholarship fund.

 

  1. Whether it is not prudent to use the fund to upgrade the infrastructure of local Universities in order to arrest the capital outflow.

 

  • Why the fund is administered outside the Ministry of Education; and

 

  1. The beneficiaries by province since its inception.

 

*13.

 

 

 HON. GONESE:  To ask the Minister of Youth, Indigenisation, and Economic Empowerment to outline to the house

i) The amount of money disbursed by the Kurera/Ukondla Youth Fund.

 

 

ii) The beneficiaries of the fund.
*14. HON MADUBEKO:  To ask the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education to explain to the
  House on the plans of the Ministry to construct classrooms and houses for teachers, respectively
 

 

in Vungu resettlement area who have been using homesteads and trees since 1999.
*15.

 

HON MADUBEKO:  To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to explain to the House whether  it is still  a government policy to have clinics every 10kms and if so, why is it not so in Vungu  Resettlement area.
*16. HON MADUBEKO:  To ask the Minister of Lands and Rural Resettlement to explain the
 

 

government’s policy with regard to the allocation of farms to Chiefs in their respective areas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES

 

Monday 18th November  2013

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 1

 

TRANSPORT AND INFRUSTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT

 

Banda T.; Chitindi C. ; Gumbo S.; Jaboon J.; Kaundikidze H.M.; Madanha T.; Madondo T.; Maondera

W.; Masamvu L. ; Mhlanga A.; Midzi A.B.; Moyo G.; Mpofu M.M.; Muchenje S.; Mudambo T.;

Mudzuri E.; Murai E.; Musanhi K.S.; Ncube S.; Nyanhongo M.; Sibanda M.; Sindi C.; Tawona Nduna D.T.; Wadyajena J.M.; Zhou P. (Chaiperson – Hon Midzi A.)

 

Clerk- Ms Macheza

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 2

 

DEFENCE, HOME AFFAIRS AND SECURIT SERVICES

 

Chimanikire G.; Chinotimba J.; Chipato A.; Chiwetu J.Z.; Gwanetsa K.K (RTD BRG GEN);

Machingauta C.; Madzore P.; Madzore S.; Mandipaka O.; Mashange W.; Matangira R.T.; Matibenga

L.; Mavenyengwa R.; Mawere – Mubvumbi R.Y.N.S.Y.; Moyo R.; Muderedzwa R.; Mukwangwariwa F. G.; Mukwena R.; Mutinhiri T.; Mutseyami P.; Ncube O.; Nleya L,; Rungani A. (Chaiperson – Hon Sibanda C.)

 

Clerk- Mr Daniel

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 4

 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

 

Chidavaenzi E.; Chirisa F.; Cross E.; Dziva T.M.; Madzimure W.; Marumahoko R.; Mashakada T.

Masiya D.; Matimba K.M.; Mbwembwe E.N.; Mhlanga J.N.; Misihairambwi – Mushonga P.

Mpariwa P.; Muchenje F.; Mudau M.; Musundire A.; Nkomo M.; Nkomo S.S.; Nyamupinga B.B. Paradza K.; Pedzisai I.; Rungani A.; Sansole T.; Sibanda Z.; Simbanegavi Y.; Thembani S.

(Chaiperson – Hon Mpariwa P.)

 

Clerk- Mrs Nyawo

At 1000 hours in the Government Cacus

 

 

ENVIRONMENT, WATER, TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

 

Chimwamurombe A.; Kwaramba G.; Mackenzie I.; Mahoka S.; Manyngavana M.; Mashange W.; Masiya D.; Mhona F.T.; Mpofu B.; Mpofu M.M.; Mpofu S.; Mufunga A.; Mupfumira P.; Ndhlovu A. Thembeni S.Z.; Toffa J.; Zemura L. (Chaiperson – Hon Ndhlovu A)

 

Clerk- Mr Mazani

 

At 1000 hours in the Senate Chamber

 

MINES AND ENERGY

 

Bhebhe A.; Budha S.; Chimene M.; Gabbuza J.; Haritatos P.; Holder J.; Kaukundiza M.; Kazembe K. Khumalo T.; Madubeko J.; Maridadi J.; Matambanadzo M.; Matangaidze T.M.; Matangira T.R Matuke L; Mguni O.; Mhlanga N.; Mukwena R.; Munengami F.; Musvaire W.; Muzondiwa E.

Ndebele A.; Nkatazo M.M.; Pedzisai I.; Pemhenayi B.; Ruvai E.; Zhou T. (Chaiperson – Hon Matuke L.)

 

Clerk- Mrs Mataruka

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 3

 

HIGHER EDUCATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

 

Butau D.; Chakona P.M.; Chidavaenzi M.; Chigudu M.; Chikuni E.; Chiwetu J.Z.;Kadungure D.A Labode R.; Machingura R.; Makonya J.; Mashange W.; Mataruse P.; Mawere M.V.; Midzi A.B.

Muchenje F.; Munochinzwa M.; Mutematsaka C.; Ncube O.; Ncube O.; Ndhlovu D.; Shongedza E.

Sibanda L.; Zhou T. (Chaiperson – Hon  Mataruse P.)

 

Clerk- Mrs Hazvina

 

At 1400 hours in Committee Room No. 1

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICE, LABOUR AND SOCIAL WELFARE

 

Bunjira R.; Chibaya A.; Chidavaenzi E.; Chikwama B.; Chivamba K,; Kachepa N.; Katsande A. Madanha M.; Madondo T.; Mapiki J.; Mpariwa P.; Mpofu R.; Mufunga A.; Ndhlovu A.;

Ndlovu S.; Nduna D.T.; Nkandla M.; Nkomo R.; Phiri F.P.; Sibanda P.; Sindi C.; Unganai T.D.

(Chaiperson – Hon Chikwama B.)

 

Clerk- Ms Masara

 

 

At 1400 hours in Committee Room No. 4

 

 

FINANCE AND ECONOMIC PLANNING

 

 

Beremauro G.; Bhebhe A.; Butau D.; Chapfika D.; Cross E.; Gava A.; Gumbo E.; Katsane A.; Kaukonde R.J.; Khumalo M.; Kuruneri C.; Madzimure W.; Mangami D.; Mhona F.T.; Misihairambwi Mushonga P.; Mukanduri S.T.; Mukwangwariwa F.; Musiiwa A.; Passade J.; Shongedza E.; Sibanda D. Sithole G.; Tshuma B.; Tsomondo C. (Chaiperson – Hon Chapfika D.)

 

Clerk- Mr Ratsakatika

 

At 1400 hours in Committee Room No. 413

 

 

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY, POSTAL AND COURIER SERVICES

 

 

Chakona P.M.; Chamisa N.; Chikwinya S.; Gumbo S.; Hungwe G.; Kazembe K.; Khumalo M; Machingura R.; Mahiya M.; Majaya B.; Makhosini H.; Mashonganyika D.; Matuke L.; Moyo A. Mudambo T.; Mutematsaka C.; Nkomo M.; Nyathi B.; Pemhenayi P.; Zindi I.; Zvidzai S.

(Chaiperson – Hon Chamisa N.)

 

Clerk- Mr Munjenge

 

At 1400 hours in the Senate Chamber

 

 

JUSTICE LEGAL AND PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS

 

Beremauro G.; Chakomba L.; Chapfika D.; Chikwinya N.; Gonese I.; Kachepa N.; Kavu A.; Kuruneri

C.T.; Majome J.; Makoni R.R.; Mashayamombe S.; Matangira T.R.; Mawere – Mibvumbi Ricky

N.S.Y.; Mutematsaka C.; Mutingwende T.; Muzungu – Masaiti E.; Nkatazo M.M.; Shumba D.;  Tshuma B.; Tsunga A.; Zindi Irene (Chaiperson – Hon Majome J.)

 

Clerk- Ms Zenda

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