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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY VOTES 12_JULY_2012_NO._47

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No. 47

 

 

PARLIAMENT

 

OF

 

ZIMBABWE

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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

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FOURTH SESSION – SEVENTH PARLIAMENT

 

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THURSDAY 12TH JULY 2012

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Quarter Past Two o'clock p.m.

The Acting Speaker in the Chair

 

PRAYERS

 

Members Present

 

 

Kumalo M                     Mpariwa P

Beremauro G,                                                Mabhena G                                                  Mpukuta                                                             L

Bhasikiti-     Chuma                                      Machacha         C    Muchauraya P

K,                                                                   Madubeko         J    Muchena O. N

Biti L.T                                                          Madzimure W     Muchinguri O.C. Z.

Mudarikwa S

Chaderopa             F                                      Mafios I.D

Mudau M

Chambati T.S                                                Mahlangu T

Mudavanhu E

Chebundo B,                                                 Makamure R

Mudiwa S

Chikwinya S,                                                 Makuyana       M

Mudzuri E

Chimbetete W.M                                          Mandebvu N.T

Mudzuri H

Chimhini D.A,                                               Mangena J

Muguti C

Chininga E.T.C,                                            Mangoma E.S

Mukanduri S.T

Chinyadza W,                                               Mangwana M.P

Munengami

Chirongwe R,                                                 Maramba P.H                               F

Mungofa P.T

Chirume O                                                      Maramwidze E

Munjeyi G

Chitando J                                                      H

Mushore L

Chivamba K,                                                 Mare M

Musumbu E

Cross E.G                                                      Marima E

Musundire

Denga P                                                         Masaiti              E                       A.L

Musvaire W

Dongo G.Z                                                   Mashakada T

Mutinhiri A

Dzirutwe G                                                    Matamisa      E.E

Mutseyami C.P

Dzinotyiwei H A                                           Matibe T.P

Muza I

Gabbuza J, G                                                 Matibenga L.G

Mwonzora D.T

Garadhi S                                                      Matienga          M

Navaya E

Goto R                                                           Matimba T

Ncube                                                                                                                                                                            S

Gwiyo C.C                                                    Matinenga E.T

Ndambakuwa F

Hove S.R                                                       Matonga           B

Ndava R

Jembere E                                                      Matshalaga O

Ndhlovu A

Jiri M                                                             Mazikana      P.H

Nemadziva N

Kagurabadza M.T                                         Mbwembwe E

Nezi W

Kanzama F                                                    Mhandu C

Nyamudeza S

Karenyi L                                                      Mhashu F.G

Nyaude B

Kay J.I.H                                                       Mhlanga A

Nyoni S.G.G

Khumalo N.M,                                              Mlambo M

Pasihomusha-

Khumalo S.S,                                                Moyo E

Matiza B.J

Khumalo T                                                    Moyo R

Raradza E                                                      Sibanda P.N               Zinyemba M

Rutsvara R  Sithole A  Ziyambi W.Z Samkange N.T.C  Sululu A  Zwizwai M.

Sansole T.W                                                  Tachiona          M

Shoko H                                                         Tazviona R

Shoko M                                                        Tsvangirai M

Sibanda             C.C                                       Varandeni J

Sibanda D.S                                                   Zhanda T.P

Sibanda F.M                                                   Zhuwao P

Printed by Order of the House

 

 

 

                                   Apologies

 

                        Hon. Buka Hon. Chitima, Hon. Chidakwa, Hon. Chinamasa, Hon.

Chombo,Hon Dzingirayi, Hon. Gonese, Hon. Langa, Hon. Mangami, Hon.         Maposhere, Hon. Mombeshora, Hon. Mutsekwa, Hon. Mutomba, Hon.

Mupukuta Hon. Ngwenya, Hon. Sindi, Hon. Sai, Hon. Nyanhongo,

Hon Huruba,

 

 

  1. Papers laid upon the Table

 

 The Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development 

 

Annual Report 61st Edition National Railways of Zimbabwe[By Chapter

                             22:19]

 

                              Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs

 

                          African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation (ARIPO)

Swakopmund Protocol on the protection of Traditional Knowledge and       Expressions of Folklore [By Section 111B of the Constitution]

 

                              Hon. Shoko M

 

                    Second Report  of the Portfolio Committee on Natural Resources,

Environment  and Tourism on Waste Disposal Management in Harare and

Chitungwiza (S.C.  21, 2012)

 

Minutes of Evidence and Minutes of Proceedings of the Second Report  of    the Portfolio Committee on Natural Resources, Environment and Tourism     on Waste Disposal Management in Harare and Chitungwiza (S.C. 21,

2012)

           

 

  1.        Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

WHEREAS SUBSECTION (1) of section 111B of the Constitution of

Zimbabwe provides that any convention, treaty or agreement acceded to, concluded or executed by or under the authority of the President, with one or more foreign stated, governments or international organisations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

 

AND WHEREAS on the 30th Of August 2011, Cabinet approved the ratification of the Swakopmund Protocol on the Protection of Traditional

Knowledge and Expressions of Folklore within the framework of the African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation;

 

NOW THEREFORE, in terms of subsection (1) of section 111b of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, this House resolves that the Swakopmund

Protocol on the Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Expressions of Folklore within the Framework of the African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation be and is hereby approved.

 

Motion put and agreed to.

 

  1. COMMITTEE: Electoral Amendment Bill (H.B. 3, 2011) - The Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs.

 

(House in Committee)

 

Clauses 1 and 2 put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 3, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

On page 3 of the Bill, delete from paragraph (a) between lines 25 and 27 the definition of ―constituency‖ and substitute the following:

 

―constituency‖ means one of the ward constituencies, House of Assembly constituencies or senatorial constituencies, as the case may be, into which Zimbabwe is divided in terms of section 100J of the Constitution;‖.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 3, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 4, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

On page 5 of the Bill, insert before the new section 5 (―Additional functions and powers of Commission‖) of the Bill as inserted by the new Part II the following new sections:

4A    Corporate status and ancillary powers of Commission

―(1)  The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission shall be a body corporate capable of suing and being sued and, subject to the Constitution and this Act, of performing all acts that bodies corporate may by law perform.

(2)       Without limiting subsection (1) but subject to this Act, for the better exercise of its functions the Commission shall have power to do or cause to be done, either by itself or through its agents, all or any of the things specified in Part I of the Sixth Schedule, either absolutely or conditionally and either solely or jointly with others.

4B Immunity of Commission, Commissioners, etc.

No legal proceedings shall lie against the Commission or any of the

Commissioners or the Chief Elections Officer or any member of the staff of the

Commission acting under the direction of the Commission or the Chief Elections Officer in respect of anything done in good faith and without gross negligence in pursuance of this Act.‖.

 

On page 5 of the Bill, in line 9 delete from the new section 5 (―Additional functions and powers of Commission‖)(1)(b) the words ―in Government at all levels‖.

 

On page 5 of the Bill, between lines 30 and 34, delete the subsection (2), the existing subsection 5(1) becoming clause 5.

 

On page 8 of the Bill, insert after subsection (1) of the new section 10 (―Staff of Commission during elections‖), the following subclause, the existing subclauses (2) and (3) being renumbered subclauses (3) and (4) accordingly:

 

―(2)  The Commission shall select, screen and train all persons seconded in accordance with subsection (1) to enable the persons so seconded to discharge their functions adequately under this Act.‖.

 

On page 8 of the Bill, between lines 13 and 18, delete from subsection (3) paragraph (a) of the new section 10 (―Staff of Commission during elections‖), the existing paragraphs (b), (c), (d) and (e) being relettered paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d) accordingly.

 

After the end of page 8 of the Bill, insert after subsection (3) (now subsection (4)) of the new section 10 (―Staff of Commission during elections‖), the following subsection:

 

―(5)  For the avoidance of doubt it is declared that the Commission may, instead of seconding persons to the posts referred to in subsection (4)(a), (c) and (d), appoint its own permanent staff to perform duties as senatorial and House of Assembly constituency officers, ward elections officers and district special voting officers.‖.

 

On page 9 of the Bill, insert before the new section 11 (―Provisions to ensure independence, impartiality and professionalism of Commissioners and staff and agents of Commission‖) of the Bill as inserted by the new Part II the following new section:

10A        Provisions guaranteeing independence of Commission (1)  Every Commissioner and member of staff of the Commission shall perform their functions independently.

(2)  The State and any private person (including a private voluntary organisation), and any other person, body, organ, agency or institution belonging to or employed by the State or any private person, a local authority or otherwise, shall not interfere with, hinder or obstruct the Commission, its Commissioners or any member of staff of the Commission, in the exercise or performance of their functions.

 The State and any person, body, organ, agency or institution, belonging to or employed by the State, shall afford the Commission such assistance as may be reasonably required for the protection of the independence, impartiality and dignity of the Commission.‖.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 4, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

Clause 5 put and agreed to.

 

 

On Clause 6, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

On page 12 of the Bill, delete the new subsection (6) of section 21 between lines 26 and 29 and substitute:

 

―(6) Within a reasonable period of time after nomination day in an election, the Commission shall provide

  • free of charge, to every nominated candidate, one copy in electronic form of the constituency voters roll to be used in the election for which the candidate has been nominated; and
  • at the request of any nominated candidate, and on payment of the prescribed fee, one copy in printed form of the constituency voters roll to be used in the election for which the candidate has been nominated.‖.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 6, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

Clauses 7 and 8 put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 9, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

On page 13 of the Bill, in the new section 36A (―New Registration of Voters‖)(1), delete paragraph (d) between lines  35 and 37 and substitute the following

 

―(d) the latest day upon which claims and applications for registration shall be received, which day shall be not less than sixty days and not more than six months after the day fixed in terms of paragraph (c).‖.

 

On page 13 of the Bill, in the new section 36A (―New Registration of Voters‖)(2), insert after line 42 the following proviso to paragraph (a):

 

―Provided that when a new voters roll is produced after the

conclusion of a new registration of voters ordered by the proclamation, such roll shall, with effect from such date as the Commission shall fix by notice in the Gazette, be the definitive voters roll on the basis of which the continuous registration of voters in terms of section 17A shall be conducted;  and‖.

 

On page 14 of the Bill, in the new section 36A (“New Registration of Voters”)(3), insert after line 10 the following proviso to paragraph (a):

 

―Provided that if any such person seeks (by reason of having changed his or her residence) to be transferred to another ward from the ward in which he or she was registered as voter on a voters roll immediately before the publication of a proclamation in terms of subsection (1), he or she must (notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Act)

(a)      appear before the constituency registrar of the constituency within which the ward to which he or she wishes to be transferred is located;  and         (b)      produce an affidavit or fill an application in the prescribed form deposing to the following facts, namely that he or she

  • was registered as voter on a voters roll for another (named) ward immediately before the publication of a proclamation ordering the new registration of voters; and
  • now qualifies to be registered in the (named) ward located within the constituency of the constituency registrar before whom the voter now appears;

and

(b)      produce together with the  affidavit or application referred to in paragraph (b) his or her proof of identity and his or her poof of residence in the ward to which he or she seeks to be transferred.‖.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 9, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 10, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

On page 16 of the Bill, in the new section 37C (―Electoral Centres‖)(4)(a), delete

―(―ward return‖)‖ on line 2.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 10, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 11, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

On page 17 of the Bill, delete this clause appearing between lines 30 and 39 and substitute the following clause:

 

11  Amendment of section 38 of Cap. 2:13

Section 38 (―General, presidential and local authority elections‖)(1)(a) of the principal Act is amended by the repeal of subparagraph (ii) and the substitution of the following subparagraphs—

 

―and

  • a day or days, not less than forty-two and not more than sixty-three days after the nomination day or last nomination day, as the case may be, fixed in terms of subparagraph (i), on which a poll shall be taken if a poll becomes necessary in terms of section 110(2); and
  • a day or days, not less than twenty-eight and not more than fortytwo days after the polling day or last polling day, as the case may be, fixed in terms of subparagraph (ii), on which a runoff Presidential election shall be taken if such an election becomes necessary in terms of section 110(3)(f)(iii);‖.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 11, as amendement put and agreed to.

 

Clauses 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 18, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

On page 25 of the Bill, delete sub paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of this clause between lines 3 and 7, and substitute the following:

 “(ii) in paragraph (b) by the repeal of subparagraphs (ii) and (iii) and the substitution of—

―(ii)   the candidates;  and

(iii)       the number of election agents permitted in terms of subsection (2a);

and

(iiia) police officers on duty; and‖;

 

On page 25 of the Bill, in paragraph (d), delete the inserted subsection (7a) of section 55 and substitute the following:

―(7a)  Police officers referred to in subsection (7)—

  • shall have the sole function of maintaining order and preventing contraventions of the law so that voters may freely cast their votes;
  • shall not interfere with the electoral processes at a polling station; when inside a polling station, shall exercise their duties under the direction and instruction of the presiding officer.‖

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 18, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 19, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

On page 25 of the Bill, insert in the new section 59 (―Voting by illiterate or physically handicapped voters‖) in subsection (1)(b) the words ―, and a police officer on duty‖ after the words ―in the presence of two other electoral officers or employees of the Commission‖.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 19, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

Clauses 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 25, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

On page 28 of the Bill, delete paragraph (b) of this clause between lines 38 and 43, and substitute the following:

 

―(b)    by the insertion after subsection (6) of the following subsection—

―(6a)   The Commission shall ensure that any recount of votes in terms of this section is completed within five days after the announcement of the last result in the Presidential, senatorial, House of Assembly or local authority election, as the case may be, and that the result of the recount is announced within twenty-four hours of its completion:

Provided that the Electoral Court, on application, may for good cause extend either of the periods referred to in this subsection.‖.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 25, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 26, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

Amendment of Clause 26 (new parts substituted for parts XIV of cap. 2:13)

 

On page 30 of the Bill, in the new section 74 (―Issue of postal ballot papers‖)(2), insert after the words ―the appropriate number of smaller envelopes‖ on line 25 the words ―referred to in subsection (1)(c) and (d)‖

 

On page 31 of the Bill, in the new section 75 (―Voting by post‖)(1), delete paragraph (b) between lines  11 and 14 and substitute the following paragraphs, the existing paragraph (c) becoming paragraph (d):

 

―(b)     then place the marked ballot paper in the unmarked envelope

referred to in section 74(1)(d), effectively close that envelope, and then place it in the envelope marked ―Ballot Paper Envelope‖, and effectively close that envelope;  and

(c)      then place the envelope marked ―Ballot Paper Envelope‖ in the covering envelope addressed to the Chief Elections Officer;  and‖.

 

On page 31 of the Bill, in the new section 75 (―Voting by post‖), delete subsection (2) between lines 40 and 45 and substitute the following subsection:

 

―(2)    Where more than one election is being held concurrently in a constituency and the voter marks more than one ballot paper, he or she shall    (a)      place each of the marked ballot papers in a a separate unmarked envelope referred to in section 74(1)(d);  then

  • place each of the envelopes referred to in paragraph (a) in a separate envelope marked ―Ballot Paper Envelope‖; then
  • place each of the envelopes referred to in paragraph (b) in a single covering envelope addressed to the Chief Elections Officer.‖.

 

On page 34 of the Bill, in the new section 81 (“Persons entitled to special vote”), delete paragraph (a) on line 8 and substitute the following paragraph:

 

                                       “(a)    is or will be an electoral officer;  or”

 

On page 37 of the Bill, in the new section 81F (“Opening of special ballot boxes”)(1)(c), delete “constituency” in line 42 and substitute “district”.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 26, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

Clauses 27, 28,29, 30, 31, and 32 put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 33, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

Amendment of Clause 33 (new Part inserted in cap. 2:13)

 

On page 46 of the Bill, in the title of the new section 133I, delete ―Powers of Commission after investigation of alleged violence or intimidation‖ on lines 1 to 2 and substitute ―Powers of Committees after investigation of alleged violence or intimidation‖.

 

 

On page 46 of the Bill, in the new section 133I (―Powers of Committees after investigation of alleged violence or intimidation‖)(a), delete ―Commission‖ in line 5 and substitute ―Committee”.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 33, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 34, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

Amendment of Clause 34 (new Part inserted in cap. 2:13)

 

On page 49 of the Bill, in the title of the new section 160K, delete ―Monitoring of Media by Zimbabwe Media Commission‖ on line 43 and substitute ―Monitoring of Media by Commission‖.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 34, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

Clauses 35, 36,37,38,39 and 40 put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 41, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

Amendment of Clause 41 (Part IV of inserted sixth schedule)

 

On page 61 of the Bill, in paragraph 15(―Audit of Commission’s accounts and internal auditor‖), delete subparagraph (5) between lines 38 to 41.

 

 

On page 61 of the Bill, insert after paragraph 15(―Audit of Commission’s accounts and internal auditor‖) the following paragraph, the existing paragraphs 16 and 17 being renumbered paragraphs 17 and 18 accordingly:

 

Internal auditor

16.(1)  Section 80 of the Public Finance Management Act [Chapter 22:19] (Act No. 11 of 2009) shall apply, with any necessary changes, to the appointment of an internal auditor to the Commission in all respects as if the Commission were a Ministry or department of a Ministry.

(a)   to monitor the financial administration and procedures of the

Commission to ensure

  • proper accounting and bookkeeping transactions and procedures are carried out; and
  • proper accounting records are maintained; and
  • adequate internal checks and controls are maintained; and
  • the assets of the Commission are properly accounted for; and
  • all instructions and directives issued in terms of section 6 of the Public Finance Management Act [Chapter 22:19] (Act No. 11 of 2009) are complied with;
  • to assess the effectiveness of any projects undertaken by the

Commission;  and

  • to perform any other function that may be assigned to him or her by the Chief Elections Officer.

(3)In the performance of his or her functions, the internal auditor        (a)      shall have free access at all reasonable times to any records, books, vouchers, documents and resources under the control of the Commission;  and      (b)      shall have direct access to the Chief Elections Officer;  and         (c)      may cause search to be made in and extracts to be taken from any record, book, voucher or document of the Commission;

  • may call upon any member of the staff of the Commission to give, and shall be entitled to receive without undue delay from that member, any explanations and information the internal auditor may reasonably require to enable him or her to perform his or her functions.

(4)If at any time it appears to the internal auditor that an offence has been

  • the collection, receipt, custody, control or payment of any funds of the Commission; or
  • the receipt, custody, control, issue, sale, transfer or delivery of any

Commission property or State property assigned to the Commission; he or she shall immediately bring the matter to the notice of the Commission, the Chief Elections Officer and any one of the persons approved by the Minister to be the Commission’s external auditors in terms of paragraph 15(1).

(5)Whenever the internal auditor has completed any internal audit programme, he or she shall prepare a report on the financial administration and accounting system of the Commission, and may include in such report any instances of hindrance or obstruction he or she has encountered in the discharge of his or her duties, and such transmit copies of such report to the Commission, the Chief Elections Officer and any one of the persons approved by the Minister to be the Commission’s external auditors in terms of paragraph 15(1).‖.

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 41, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

On Clause 42, the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs moved:

 

Amendment of Clause 42 (Amendments to Cap. 2: 13 regarding polling station voters rolls)

 

On page 62 of the Bill, insert after sub clause (2) of clause 42 the following proviso to that sub clause:

 

“Provided that the date so fixed must be a date after that on which the first general elections are held after the promulgation of this Act.”

 

Amendment put and agreed to.

 

Clause 42, as amended, put and agreed to.

 

Clauses 43 and 44 put and agreed to.

 

Bill to be reported with amendements.

 

(House resumed)

 

Bill reported with amendementsBill Referred to Parliamentary Legal Committee.

 

  1. Consideration: Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission Bill (H.B. 2A. 2011)        – The Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs.

 

Amendments in Clauses 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 10 and 12 put and agreed to and Bill,  as amended, adopted.

 

Third Reading – forthwith.

 

Bill read a third time.

 

  1. The Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs moved: That        Order of the Day No. 3, for today, stands over until Order of the Day No.  35 has been disposed of.

 

Motion put and agreed to.

 

 

  1. The Minister of Energy and Power Development made a Ministerial Statement on energy generation.

 

  1. SECOND READING: Older Persons Bill ( B.1, 2011) – The Minister of

           Labour and Social Services.

 

                               Bill read a second time. Committee, with leave, forthwith.

 

(House in Committee)

 

Clauses 1 to 14   put and agreed to.

 

Bill to be reported without amendment.

 

(House resumed)

 

Bill reported without amendment.

 

Third reading, with leave, forthwith.

 

          Bill read a third time.

 

 

  1. Bills Transmitted to the Senate

 

[Date Transmitted]

Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission Bill (H.B. 2A, 2011)

 

Older Persons Bill (H.B. 1, 2011) ….........          12th   July 2012

 

  1. On the motion of the Minister of Labour and Social Services: The House        adjourned at fifteen minutes to six o'clock p.m. until Tuesday 17 July, 2012           at a quarter past two o'clock in the afternoon.

 

 

 

  1. M. Khumalo                                                                                         Acting Speaker.

_____________________________________________________________________

 

TUESDAY, 17TH JULY, 2012

 

 

 ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICES OF MOTIONS

 

 

 

  1. SECOND READING: National Incomes and Pricing Commission Bill (H.B. 10, 2010) - The Minister of Industry and Commerce.

 

            

  1. HON. MUKANDURI

HON. GWIYO

 

That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade on its visit to China. (S. C. 22, 2012)

 

  1. HON. NCUBE

HON. NDHLOVU A.

 

That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on Higher Education, Science and Technology on the State of Tertiary Institutions in Zimbabwe. (S. C. 23, 2012)

 

 

  1. HON. MANGAMI

HON. CHITANDO

 

That this House takes note of the Second Report of the Portfolio Committee           on Education, Sport and Culture on the Challenges in the Education Sector           in Zimbabwe. (S.C.19, 2012).

 

  1. HON. MATAMISA

HON. GUMBO

 

That this House takes note of the Report of the Fifth Ordinary Session of the  Second Parliament of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP).

 

  1. HON. MAVIMA

HON. MATIBE

 

That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on State

Enterprises and  Parastatals Management on ZESA’s  service delivery to the Nation. (S.C. 17, 2012).

 

  1. HON. MAVIMA

HON. MATIBE

 

That this House takes note of the Second  Report of the Portfolio Committee on State Enterprises and  Parastatals Management on the status of Air Zimbabwe.       (S.C. 18, 2012).

 

  1. HON. MUKANDURI HON. T. KHUMALO

 

That this House takes note of the Report of the SADC Regional Workshop on the Role of the Parliament in Trade Policy Formulation, Trade Negotiation and Economic Integration 27-28th February 2012.

 

  1. HON. MADZORE

HON. CHADEROPA

 

That this House takes note of the Report of the Portfolio Committee on Defence and Home Affairs on Deportations (S.C. 20, 2012).

 

  1. HON. ZINYEMBA HON. TAZVIONA

 

That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare on the status of residential care institutions in Zimbabwe (S.C. 21, 2012).

 

  1. HON. SULULU

HON. CROSS

 

That this House:

 

COGNISANT that the Executive Arm of the State is accountable to the Legislative Arm for all its acts of commission and omission,

 

DISTURBED by the non-implementation of government programmes;

 

GRATIFIED with the sterling work of the Portfolio Committees in their oversight and legislative functions,

 

FURTHER GRATIFIED with Committee Members’ dedication to their

Committee work and the non-partisan approach to national issues that fall under their purview;

 

CONCERNED with Hon. Ministers’ apparent lack of cooperation and appreciation of the work of Portfolio Committees as evidenced by their nonattendance to Committees' Oral Evidence sessions and Houses sittings during question time:

 

WORRIED by  Ministers’ failure to reply to Committee reports as required by

Parliamentary procedures and failure to give feedback to recommendations of Committees;

 

AWARE of the existence of the Committee on Government Assurances before the current Committee system;

 

NOW THEREFORE, that this House reminds all Committees and calls upon them to exercise the following up of Government Assurances as part of their terms of reference including

 

  1. Scrutinising the resolutions of the House (including adopted Committee Reports), petitions and undertakings given by the Government on the floor of the House; and

 

  1. Committees to propose sanctions to the House on any Minister who fails to respond to the Committee’s report in terms of procedures.

 

  1. HON. M. SIBANDA HON. GWIYO

 

That this House:

 

NOTING that workers in Zimbabwe are underpaid, as their wages or salaries are below the poverty datum line (PDL) and generally worsen their working conditions;

 

CONCERNED at the plight of all workers both in public and private sectors who re poorly remunerated by their employers, resulting in them failing to make ends meet;

 

NOW THEREFORE, calls upon the Government and the all employers to pay all workers wages or salaries that are equal to or above the poverty datum line as a matter of urgency.

 

 

  1. HON. TSHUMA

HON. MABHENA

 

That this House:

 

NOTING with appreciation the efforts of the Hwange Colliery Company Limited Board of Management to stream line its operations in order to remain viable and profitable in local and world markets;

 

ACKNOWLEDGING the inevitability of obsolescence or redundancies, leading to layoffs, retrenchments or any other forms of separation, as a key dynamic of capital in any political economy, locally and globally;

 

REALISING that government, with a major shareholding the Hwange Colliery Company Limited, has a significant stake in the retrenchment process adopted by the Company's Board;

 

AWARE and concerned that similar adjustment processes have been a social and humanitarian disaster for the affected localities and the individuals, as well as families

 

NOW THEREFORE, calls upon the government to ensure that the company employees directly affected by the retrenchment process are afforded priority status in the award of opportunities arising from the process as a matter of policy;

 

FURTHER URGES the government:

  1. To facilitate a sustainable public private partnership arrangement between the Hwange Colliery Company Limited Corporation and the Hwange

Local Board (preferably) for the running of the town under the company administration hitherto;

  1. To facilitate the Hwange Local Board, financially, technically or howsoever, to enable its effective participation in such a scheme;
  2. To consider similar arrangement(s) for the running of the schools, hospitals, or indeed any facility identified as suitable for such an undertaking(s).

 

  1.  HON.  ZHANDA

HON. MADZIMURE

 

That this House:

 

AWARE that the operations of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) are       governed by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Act (Chapter 22:15) as        amended in 2010, Banking Act (Chapter 24:20) and other related statutory  instruments;

 

CONCERNED with alleged high levels of corruption, shoddy deals, acts        of economic sabotage and poor corporate governance principles at the

RBZ,

 

WORRIED by the Anti-Corruption Commission's apparent involvement in  the matter;

 

NOW THEREFORE resolves to set up an ad hoc Committee in terms of        Standing Order Number 157, to investigate allegations of corruption at the       Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and table its findings in this House.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Second Report of the Portfolio

Committee on Natural Resources, Environment and Tourism on Waste

Disposal Management in Harare and Chitungwiza. (S.C. 21, 2012)

           (Adjourned 11th   July  -  Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises and       Co-operative Development

 

 

[Day elapsed: 1]

 

Question proposed:  That this House takes note of Second Report of the

Portfolio Committee on Natural Resources, Environment and Tourism on

Waste Disposal and Management in Harare and Chitungwiza.(S.C. 21, 2012) – Hon. Shoko M.

 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Second Report of the Portfolio Committee on

Local Government, Urban and Rural Development. (S.C. 14, 2012) – (Adjourned 12th June – The Deputy Minister of Media, Information and Publicity)

 

[Day elapsed: 1]

 

            Question proposed:   That this House takes note of the Second Report of the Portfolio Committee of the Local Government, Rural and Urban Development on the Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (S.C. 14, 2012) – Hon Karenyi. 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on            Media, Information and Communication Technology on the State of Public Media  in Zimbabwe. (SC 8, 2011). – (Adjourned 12th June   – Sibanda .D.)

 

[Days elapsed: 2]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio      Committee on  Media, Information and Communication Technology on the State      of Public Media in Zimbabwe. (SC8, 2011) Hon Chikwinya.

 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion of the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on

Budget, Finance and Investment Promotion on the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority

(ZIMRA's) operations at Border Posts (S.C. 9, 2012).  – (Adjourned 17th May  

            – Hon Chebundo)

 

[Day elapsed: 1]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio      Committee on  Budget, Finance and Investment Promotion on the Zimbabwe        Revenue Authority (ZIMRA's) operations at Border Posts (S.C. 9, 2012).  – Hon. Cross.

 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the untimely death of Hon. Chikava –

(Adjourned  6th June  – The Deputy Prime  Minister Hon. Prof. Mutambara)

 

[Day elapsed: 1]

 

Question proposed: That this House expresses its profound sorrow on the untimely death of Hon. B. Chikava on Sunday, 17th December 2011, the Honourable Member for Mount Darwin Constituency.

 

Places on record its appreciation of the services which the late Member rendered to Parliament and the nation: and

 

Resolves that its deepest sympathy be conveyed to the family of the deceased Member of Parliament.- Hon Mangami.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Portfolio Committee on  Local

Government, Rural and Urban Development on Service Delivery to the Local

Authorities of Gutu and Chiredzi (S.C.13, 2012)   –  (Adjourned  16th May   –

            The Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs)

 

[Day elapsed: 1]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio

Committee on Local Government, Rural and Urban Development on Service Delivery to the Local Authorities of Gutu and Chiredzi (S.C.13, 2012)    – Hon Karenyi.   

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on

Natural Resources, Environment and Tourism on Conservancies and Forestry

Plantations (S.C. 11, 2012) –  (Adjourned  16th May   – The Minister of

            Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs)

 

[Days elapsed: 3]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio      Committee on Natural Resources, Environment and Tourism on Conservancies              and Forestry Plantations (S.C. 11, 2012) – Hon Nezi.   

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on  Women, Youth, Gender and Community Development  (SC 10, 2012) –

(Adjourned  15th May   – The Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary

            Affairs)

[Day Elapsed 1]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio

Committee on Women, Youth, Gender and Community Development on the Challenges and Constraints Affecting the Operations of Vocational Training Centres in Zimbabwe (S.C. 10, 2012) - Hon. Matienga.

 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion that leave be granted to bring in a Bill to amend the

Criminal Procedure and Evidence Act in Section 121 by the Repeal of Subsection

3 (Adjourned 27th March -Hon. Gonese )

[Days elapsed: 2]

 

Question proposed: That leave be granted to bring in a Bill to amend the Criminal Procedure and Evidence Act in Section 121 by the Repeal of Subsection  - Hon. Gonese.

              

             

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on

Transport and Infrastructural Development on the Operations of the National Railways of Zimbabwe (S.C. 5, 2012)-(Adjourned 22nd March – Hon. Sibanda D).

[Days elapsed: 2]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on Transport and Infrastructural Development on the Operations of the National Railways of Zimbabwe (S.C. 5, 2012) -Hon Chebundo.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Committee on Public

Accounts on the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General on the            Management of Government Vehicles by CMED (Private) Limited  (S.C. 3,             2012)  (Adjourned 22nd March – Hon. Gonese).

 

 

[Day elapsed: 1]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Committee on Public Accounts on the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General on the Management of Government Vehicles by CMED (Private) Limited  (S.C. 3, 2012) – Hon. Chinyadza.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the  Portfolio Committee on

Health and Child Welfare on the state of affairs at NatPharm (S.C. 2, of 2012) –          (Adjourned 22nd March - Hon. Sibanda D).

[Day elapsed: 1]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the         Committee on Health and Child Welfare on the state of affairs and NatPharm  (S.C. 2, of 2012) - Hon. Parirenyatwa. 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Portfolio Committee on Local Government and Urban Development  on the Third Quarter Budget Performance     of the Ministry of Local Government, Rural and Urban Development for the year

2011.(S.C.5, 2012)   (Adjourned 15th  March – Hon Chinomona)

 

[Day elapsed: 2]

 

           Question proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the Portfolio

Committee on Local Government and Urban Development  on the Third     Quarter Budget Performance of the Ministry of Local Government, Rural and         Urban Development for the year 2011.(S.C.5, 2012) – Hon. Karenyi.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the workshop report of the Pan African

Parliament Permanent Committee on Trade, Customs and Immigration matters

(Adjourned 13th March – The Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary     Affairs).

[Days elapsed:  6]

 

Question proposed:  That this House takes note of the Report on the Pan African Parliament Permanent Committee on Trade, Customs and Immigration matters workshop that was held in Gaborone Botswana in July 2011 to promote the involvement of the committee and members of Parliament on Trade, Customs and Immigration in Regional Integration efforts – Hon. Mutomba.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Indigenisation and Empowerment (General) Regulations Statutory Instrument No. 21 of 2010 (Adjourned 13th March – The  Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs)

 

[Days elapsed:  5]

 

            Question proposed:  That this House:

 

             COGNIZANT of the need to publish in the gazette and to enforce all        delegated legislation in conformity with the relevant Principal Acts;

 

DISTURBED that the Indigenisation and Empowerment (General)  Regulations

Statutory Instrument No. 21 of 2010, as read with the minimum requirements for

Indigenisation Implementation Plans for businesses in the  mining sector GN  114/2011, do not conform with the Government's Policy of economic revival              which aims at  encouraging Direct Foreign Investment;

 

CONCERNED that the responsible Minister promulgated the Indigenisation           Empowerment Regulations without due regard for private enterprises and       industries which are critical for Zimbabwe's  economic recovery;     CONDEMNING the practice by the responsible Minister to invoke      delegated legislation on foreign owned companies without Cabinet Authority, in  contravention of bilateral agreements, a situation which puts the Government's  credibility into disrepute;

 

NOW THEREFORE, resolves that the responsible Minister withdraws forthwith the Indigenisation and Empowerment Regulations and replaces them with revised versions which address broad based empowerment programmes – Hon. Musundire.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on

Mines  and Energy on the state of affairs at Shabani  Mashava Mine (S.C. 10,

2011) (Adjourned 25th October - Hon. Gonese)

[Day elapsed: 1]

 

           Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the

Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy on the State of Affairs at  Shabani-Mashava Mines (S.C.10, 2011). - Hon Chindori-Chininga.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on Local Government, Rural and Urban Development (Adjourned 26th September – D. Sibanda).

   [Day elapsed: 2]

              

            Question proposed:   That this House takes note of the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on Local Government, Urban and Rural Development on the public hearings on the state of service delivery by the Municipalities of Harare, Chitungwiza and Norton. (S.C. 6, 2010)- Hon. Matimba.

 

  1. SECOND READING: Urban Councils Amendment Bill (H.B. 5, 2011) - Matimba

 

 

  1. COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY.

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 18TH JULY 2012

              

 

                                          QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWERS

            ♦  QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE

   

 

 * QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE
*1. HON CHITANDO:  To ask the Co – Ministers of Home Affairs to state  to the
 

 

House:
              a)  The case number of  the death of Zvidzai Mapurisa which was reported
 

 

                  at  Muchakata Police Station in June 2008 in Masvingo Province;
              b)  An account of circumstances leading to Zvidzai Mapurisa's
 

 

                  murder in June 2008 at Rarangwe Village 21;
              c)  Results of the post mortem on the causes of the death of Zvidzai
 

 

 

                 Mapurisa; and

d) Stages at which investigations are and the action that has been taken on the accused.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th June 2012.]

*2.

 

HON MATIBE:  To ask the Co-ministers of Home Affairs to state the offenses which  attract spot-fines and those that do not.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th  June 2012]

 

*3.        HON VARANDENI:  To ask the Minister of Home Affairs to inform the House on the

Ministry's Policy regarding the display of Zimbabwe Republic Police's force              numbers on their uniforms.

 

*4.        HON VARANDENI:  To ask the Minister of Home Affairs to inform the House ;

 

  1. How much revenue have been generated from road blocks manned by the Z.R.P nation wide and

 

State who are the custodians of the revenue is and how the funds are managed.

 

*5.      HON KANZAMA:  To ask the Minister of Finance to inform the House how much            revenue was earned  by treasury  this year from the following minerals;

 

  1. Gold
  2. Platinum from Zimplats and other mining Companies
  3. Chrome
  4. Diamonds from Murowa and River Ranch

 

 

*6. HON ZHUWAO:  To ask the Minister of Finance to explain the government's Policy
   regarding depositors  account balances in Zimbabwean  dollars, in view of banks
  that are put under curatorship or        have been liquidated, with particular
 

 

reference to the depositors' protection scheme.
*7. HON SARUWAKA:  To ask the Minister of Finance to explain the Government's
  policy regarding depositors account balances in Zimbabwe dollars, in view of
  banks that are put under curatorship or liquidated, with particular reference
  to the depositors' protection scheme.

 

*8.   HON. MUSHONGA: To ask the Minister of State in the President's Office to explain

to the House why the following members of the Central Intelligence           Organisation have been allowed to hold political party positions as Central           Committee Members of ZANU PF whilst they are still in full-time employment of           the state:

  1. Tabeth Kanengoni from Mashonaland Central
  2. Jesca Chidza from Manicaland, and
  • Lazma Humbe from Manicaland

 

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*9.      HON CHIMHINI: To ask the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development           to explain to the House why for seven years now, the Mutasa District

Development Fund has not been able to service or maintain roads such as Honde          Green to Ngarura - Rupinda, Muterere to Mandeya2, Hauna to Mandeya 2 via           Loretto and any other roads under its jurisdiction.

 

[Transferred from, Wednesday 11th June 2012]

   
*10. HON CHEBUNDO:  To ask the Ministry of Industry and Commerce to explain the
  measures the Ministry is taking to avert the closure of Sable Chemical Industries
 

 

 

Limited which is facing numerous challenges.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 28th  March 2012]

*11. HON CHEBUNDO:  To ask the Minister of Industry and Commerce to explain the
  measures the Ministry is taking to address the unethical management operations
  and contractual policies for inputs and the welfare of workers at Sable Chemicals
 

 

Industries Limited.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 28th  March 2012]

 

*12.     HON CROSS: To ask the Minister of Industry and Commerce to inform to the                 House why the agreements entered into with ESSAR have not been                   Implemented.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th June 2012]

 

*13      HON MUSUMBU:  To ask the Minister of  Industry and Commerce to explain to the

House;

 

What measures have been put in place to address the closure of Hunyani Holdings            and  Green Acres Estates in Norton which have since been bought by an            individual and HASST Zimbabwe.

 

 

*14. HON C. MHANDU: To ask the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs to inform the

House; on the following

 

  1. Government's position on the recent judgement in South Africa by Judge Hans          Fabricius of North Gauteng High Court to investigate and prosecute eighteen (18)

High ranking Zimbabwean Officials alleged to have been involved in Human

Rights abuses – in a case, Southern Africa Litigation Centre and Zimbabwe

Exiles Forum vs South African National Prosecuting Authority and South Africa

Police Services;

 

  1. Measures the Government is taking to stop foreign countries from interfering in its internal constitutional and legal matters;

 

  • Whether South Africa has the jurisdiction to pass such inter-territorial       judgements;

 

  1. Names of the eighteen (18) High ranking Zimbabwe officials who are alleged to be involved in the litigation and whether they were informed of the litigation?

 

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th June 2012]

 

*15.   HON. MARAMWIDZE:  To ask the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural            Development to inform the House when the Gutu / Buhera road will be               resurfaced.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th June 2012]

 

 

*16.      HON MARAMWIDZE:  To ask the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural  Development to explain to the House how the toll gate funds have been     utilised throughout the country.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20 June 2012]

 

*17.      HON GOTO:  To ask the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development to              inform the House whether  the road construction from Mushandirapamwe to              Hwedza Growth point would be prioritised in terms of widening  it before the              end of 2013 in view of the increased number of road accidents.

 

*18.       HON. CHIMBETETE:  To ask the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural              Development to  inform the  House when the Ministry is going to take action on

the accidents taking place at Tomboone under Nyanga South Constituency where              most bus disasters have occurred claiming a total of 164 lives since 1991.

 

*19. HON MARAMWIDZE:  To ask the Minister of Media and Information Publicity to
  explain why sexually  provocative, ZANU PF jingles that propergate its
 

 

 

propaganda are imposed on the public.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th  June 2012]

*20. HON MADUBEKO:  To ask the Minister of Education, Sport Arts and Culture to
  inform the House on the operational challenges of the Educational Transition
  Fund 1 and how those challenges were resolved in the Ministry's Educational
 

 

 

Transition Fund 2 programme.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th  June 2012]

*21. HON MASAITI:  To ask the Minister of State Enterprises and Parastatals
  Management whether he is aware that the workers of National Railways of
 

 

 

 

Zimbabwe are not being paid.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th  June 2012]

*22. HON MASAITI:  To ask the Minister of State Enterprises and Parastatals
  Management to state challenges being faced by the parastatal and plans that are in
 

 

 

place to ensure that the service industry does not collapse.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th  June 2012]

*23.

 

HON SULULU: To ask the Minister of State Enterprises and Parastatals to ;
  1. State the exact number of directors who have been trained under the corporate governance training programme.
  2. The positive charges that have been noted within the Ministry after the training of the said Directors.

 

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th  June 2012]

 

 

 

 

*24.     HON SIBANDA P.N.  To ask the Minister of Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment to explain the criteria used to identify the groups of people that benefited from the youth fund disbursed in March 2012.

 

[Deferred from, Wednesday 20th June 2012]

 

*25.    HON JIRI:  To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation            Development to explain why  the maize debt owed by our nation to Malawi            should be paid using taxpayer's money when it benefited ZANU P.F. Supporters            only.

*26.     HON. CHIMBETETE:  To ask the Minister of Water Resources and Development to

explain to the House what the government policy is regarding the Nyanga Rural

District   water account which has remained in the control of ZINWA instead of

Nyanga District Council being in charge of its own developments and better             management.

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 18 JULY , 2012

 

NOTICE OF MOTION

 

THE MINISTER OF FINANCE

 

That leave be granted to bring in a bill to make provisions for the revenues and Public Funds of Zimbabwe and to provide for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

 

(Notice is given in terms of Standing Order No. 94)

 

(The 2012 Mid Term Fiscal Policy Review Statement)

 

 

 

BILL UNDER CONSIDERATION BY THE PARLIAMENTARY LEGAL COMMITTEE

 

Electoral Amendment Bill (H.B. 3A, 2011) - The Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs- (Referred 12 July)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTICES OF MEETINGS

 

 

Monday 16th July 2012

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 1

 

            Transport and Infrastructure Development –Hon. Chebundo

(Chairperson) 

Hon. Baloyi, Hon. Chanetsa, Hon. Chebundo, Hon. Dongo, Hon. Dzirutwe,

Hon. Huruba, Hon. Machacha, Hon. Mandebvu, Hon. Mhlanga,                                               Hon. Mushore, Hon. Ncube S, Hon. Nyakudanga, Hon. Raradza, Hon. Rutsvara

Clerk Ms Macheza

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 2

 

 

             Defence and Home Affairs –                Hon. Madzore (Chairperson) 

Hon. Chaderopa, Hon. Denga, Hon. Huruba, Hon. Madzore, Hon. Mafios, Hon. Mutinhiri, Hon. Ziteya, Hon. Mangena, Hon. Mhandu (Rtd) Major C, Hon. Moyo R, Hon. Mutseyami, Hon. Mwonzora, Hon. Sululu. - Clerk Mr Daniel    

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 4

 

 

           Public Accounts – Hon Chinyadza (Chairperson) Hon. Bhasikiti, Hon.

Chikava, Hon. Chinyadza, Hon. Hove, Hon. Mangena, Hon. Matiza, Hon.

Mbwembwe, Hon. Moyo S, Hon. Muguti, Hon. Musundire, Hon.

Nyamupinga  B, Hon. Sai, Hon. Sansole T, Hon. Sululu.-    Clerk Mrs Nyawo

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 311

 

             Natural Resources, Environment and Tourism – Hon. M. Dube              (Chaiperson) Hon. P. Dube, Hon. Bhasikiti, Hon. Chinomona, Hon.

Chitima,         Hon. Karenyi, Hon. Machacha, Hon. Mahoka, Hon. Marima, Hon.

Matienga,                   Hon. Mazikana, Hon. Mkhosi, Hon. Ndambakuwa, Hon.

Nezi, Hon.     Saruwaka, Hon. Shoko M, Hon. Sibanda C.C, Hon. Sibanda P.N  - Clerk Mr  Mazani 

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 311

 

 

          Mines and Energy – Hon. Chindori-Chininga  (Chairperson) Hon. Chindori-Chininga, Hon. Chinomona, Hon. Dzingirayi, Hon. Kagurabadza,  Hon. Katsande, Hon. Kay, Hon. Haritatos, Hon. Makamure, Hon. Maposhere, Hon. Mare, Hon. Marima, Hon. Mudarikwa, Hon.

Mudiwa, Hon. Mudzuri. E, Hon. Mungofa, Hon. Munjeyi, Hon

Munengami, Hon. Musvaire, Hon. Muza, Hon. Navaya, Hon. Nemadziva, Hon. Shoko H.  -  Clerk Mr Manhivi

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 3

 

            Higher Education, Science and Technology –  Hon. S.M. Ncube 

           (Chairperson)

Hon. Chanetsa, Hon. Chitando, Hon. Dumbu, Hon. Khumalo Martin, Hon. Kumalo Marvellous, Hon. Mafios, Hon. Maramwidze, Hon. Matamisa, Hon. Mnkandla, Hon. Muza, Hon. S.M. Ncube, Hon. Ndhlovu A, Hon. Zhuwao.

            Clerk Mrs Zenda 

 

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 

 

                                  Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare – Hon. Zinyemba

(Chairperson) 

Hon. Chibaya, Hon. Chirongwe, Hon. Chivamba, Hon. Goto, Hon. Gwiyo, Hon. Khumalo T, Hon. Khumalo S.S, Hon. Mahlangu, Hon. Mudau, Hon.

Sai, Hon. Sibanda F.M, Hon. Zinyemba. - Clerk Ms Mushunje

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 4

 

            Budget, Finance and Investment Promotion – Hon. Zhanda  (Chairperson) Hon. Beremauro, Hon. Bhebhe A, Hon. Chinyadza, Hon. Cross, Hon. M. Dube, Hon. Kanzama, Hon. Khumalo Martin, Hon. Mashakada, Hon. Matshalaga, Hon.

Muguti, Hon. Mukanduri, Hon. Ndava, Hon. Nyaude, Hon. Saruwaka, Hon.

Sibanda, Hon. Zhanda. - Clerk Mr Ratsakatika

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 311

 

             Public Works and National Housing – Hon. Mupukuta (Chairperson)  Hon. Chimhini, Hon. Chirume, Hon. Chimbetete, Hon. Jiri, Hon. Kachepa, Hon.

Mabhena, Hon. Mbwembwe, Hon. Mudzuri H, Hon. Mupukuta, Hon.

Ndambakuwa, Hon. Ndebele G, Hon. Ngwenya, Hon. Shirichena, Hon. Sindi. -

Clerk -  Mr Mazani

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 413

 

Justice, Legal Affairs, Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs – Hon            Mwonzora (Chairperson) Hon. Gonese, Hon. Kapesa, Hon. Mangami, Hon.

Mangwana, Hon. Matiza, Hon.  Hon. Mkandla T.Z, Hon. Muchauraya, Hon.

Mushonga S.L, Hon. Muza, Hon. Mutinhiri, Hon. Mwonzora, Hon. Parirenyatwa,              Hon. Shoko M, Hon. Tshuma B. Hon Varandeni J. - Clerk Miss Zenda

 

 

 

TUESDAY 26TH JUNE 2012

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 1

 

            Health and Child Welfare – Hon. Parirenyatwa  (Chairperson) Hon.     Chebundo, Hon. Chivamba, Hon. Dube M, Hon. Kachepa, Hon. Makuyana,       Hon. Maramba, Hon. Masaiti, Hon. Matamisa, Hon. Matshalaga, Hon.

Mudavanhu, Hon. Munengami, Hon. Ndebele G, Hon. Nyamupinga, Hon.

Parirenyatwa D, Hon. Shoko H, Hon. Ziyambi. - Clerk Mrs Khumalo

 

 

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 3

 

Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade – Hon.

Mukanduri  (Chairperson) Hon.Gumbo J.M, Hon. Chanetsa, Hon. Chirongwe,

Hon. Gwiyo, Hon. Jembere, Hon. Maramwidze, Hon. Mukanduri, Hon. Muza,

Hon. Ndlovu A, Hon. Ngwenya, Hon. Rutsvara, Hon. Sibanda D, Hon. Sindi,

Hon. Tshuma. - Clerk Mr Chiremba

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 2

 

 

            State Enterprises and Parastatals Management – Hon. Mavima            (Chairperson) Hon. Chikwinya, Hon. Kagurabadza, Hon. Matibe, Hon.

Mavima, Hon. Maramba, Hon. Mlilo, Hon. Mkhosi E, Hon. Mushore, Hon.

Ndava, Hon. Ngwenya, Hon. Sibanda P N, Hon. Ziteya, Hon. Ziyambi. - Clerk

            Ms Chikuvire

 

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 2

 

            Industry and Commerce – Hon. Mutomba  (Chairperson)Hon. Chihota, Hon.

Dube P, Hon. Hove, Hon. Kanzama, Hon. Madubeko, Hon. Matshalaga, Hon.

Madzimure, Hon. Mavima, Hon. Mharadza, Hon. Mutomba, Hon. Nyaude, Hon.

Sansole, Hon. Sithole.  -  Clerk Miss Masara

 

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 311

 

 Agriculture, Water, Lands and Resettlement – Hon Jiri (Chairperson) Hon. Chinomona, Hon Denga, Hon. Dube P, Hon. Dube M, Hon. Jiri, Hon. Katsande, Hon. Mahoka, Hon. Makamure, Hon. Makuyana, Hon. Mkhosi E, Hon. Mlambo, Hon. Mlilo, Hon. Raradza, Hon. Sai, Hon. Varandeni, Hon.

Zhanda. - Clerk Mr A. Mutyambizi

 

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 4

 

Local Government, Rural and Urban Development – Hon. Karenyi 

(Chairperson)Hon. Baloyi, Hon T.S. Chambati, Hon. Karenyi,   Hon. Dube M,

Hon. Garandi, Hon. Kapesa, Hon. Matimba, Hon. Mudzuri E., Hon. Musvaire,

Hon. Mudau, Hon. Mkandla T.Z, Hon. Nyakudanga, Hon. Samkange. - Clerk Mr Daniel

 

 

Thursday 12 July 2012

 

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 413

 

Media, Information and Communication Technology – Hon. S.

     Chikwinya   (Chairperson)Hon. Baloyi, Hon. Chaderopa, Hon.

Hlongwane, Hon. Mandebvu, Hon. Matonga, Hon. Moyo S, Hon.

Mudarikwa, Hon. Jembere, Hon.  Muchauraya, Hon. Mudiwa, Hon.

Musumbu, Hon. Sibanda, Hon. Varandeni,  Hon. Ziyambi. - Clerk Mr

          Mutyambizi

 

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 1

 

 

           Small and Medium Enterprise Cooperative Development –

            Hon. Moyo Chairperson  Hon. Chimbetete, Hon. Gonese, Hon. Makuyana M,  Hon. Maramwidze Hon. Masvaire, Hon. Matibe, Hon. Maposhere, Hon.

Mbwembwe, Hon. Moyo R, Hon. Munjeyi, Hon. Mutomba, Hon. Muza,

Hon.  Navaya, Hon. Nemadziva, Hon. Ngwenya, Hon. Nyamudeza, Hon. Sai,

Hon.  Sindi, Hon. Tazviona, Hon. Zhuwao, Hon. Zinyemba. - Clerk Ms

Mushunje

 

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 3

 

                               Women, Youth, Gender and Community Development –  Hon Matienga 

           (Chairperson) Hon. Chibaya, Hon. Chitima, Hon. Chirume, Hon. Chitima, Hon.  Dzingirayi, Hon. Goto, Hon. Kagurabadza, Hon. Masukume, Hon Masaiti, Hon.  Matienga, Hon. Mahlangu, Hon. Mharadza, Hon. Navaya, Hon.

Nyamupinga,             Hon. Shirichena, Hon. Sithole A.  Clerk Mr Kunzwa

 

At 1000hrs in Committee Room No. 4

 

Education, Sports and Culture- Hon. Mangami (Chairperson)Hon. Bhasikiti, Hon. Chihota, Hon. Chimhini, Hon. Chitando, Hon. Dumbu, Hon. Haritatos, Hon. Kumalo Marvellous, Hon. Khumalo S., Hon.

Madubeko, Hon. Mangami, Hon. Mhashu F.G, Hon. Mudzuri H, Hon.

Mupukuta, Hon. Muza, Hon. S.M Ncube, Hon. Nezi, Hon. Sibanda F.M. -

Clerk - Ms Chikuvire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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