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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY VOTES 12_OCTOBER_2011_No._09

 

ADVANCE COPY- UNCORRECTED

No. 9

 

 

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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WEDNESDAY, 12TH   OCTOBER, 2011

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Quarter past two o'clock p.m.

The Acting Speaker in the Chair

 

PRAYERS

 

   
Members   Present
Baloyi A,

Chaderopa       F

Chambati T.S

Chebundo B

Chibaya          A

Chidhakwa

W.K

Chikava B,

Chikwinya S,

Chimanikire G,

Chimbetete

W.M

Chimhini

D.A,

Chininga

E.T.C,

Chinomona

M.M

Chinyadza W

Chiota P.C

Chirongwe R,

Chirume O

Chitando J

Chitima A,

Chivamba K,

Denga P

Dokora      L.D.K

Dongo G.Z

 

  Dzingirai          I

Dzinotyiweyi

H.A.M

Dzirutwe G

Gabuza J.G

Garadhi S

Gonese I.T

Goto R

Gwiyo C.C Haritatos P

Hlongwane M

Hove S.R

Jembere E

Jiri M

Kachepa          N

Kagurabadza

M.T

Kanzama F

Kapesa R

Karenyi           L

Kasukuwere    S

Katsande A

Kay J.I.H

Khumalo N.M,

Khumalo S.S,

Kumalo M

Mabhena G

Machacha        C

Madzimure     W

Madzore P

Mafios I.D

Mahlangu T

Mahoka S

Makamure       R

Makone T.M

Mandebvu N.T

Mangami        D

Mangena J

Mangwana M.P

Maposhere      D

Maramba P.H

Mare M

Mashakada T

Matibe T.P

Matienga    M

Matimba T

Matinenga

E.T

Matonga      B

Matshalaga O Matutu T

Mavima L.D Mazikana P.H

Mbwembwe

E

Mhandu C

Mhashu F.G

Mlambo M

Moyo R

Mpukuta

L

Mudarikwa S

Mudau M

Mudavanhu E

Mudiwa S

Mudzuri E

Mudzuri H

Muguti C

Mukanduri

S.T

Munengami F Mungofa P.T

Munjeyi       G

Mushonga

S.L

Mushore L

Musumbu E

Musundire

A.L Musvaire

W

Mutomba W

Mutsekwa G.T

Mutseyami C.P

Muza I

Mwonzora D.T

Navaya E

Ndambakuwa F

Ndava R

Ndhlovu A

Nemadziva N

Nezi W

Nguni S.R

Ngwenya B

Nhema C.D.F

Nyakudanga O

Nyamudeza      S

Nyamupinga

B.B

PasihomushaMatiza B.J

Sai S

Samkange

N.T.C

Sansole T.W

Saruwaka T.J.L

Shirichena E

Shoko H

Shoko M

Sibanda D.S

Sindi C

Sithole A

Sululu A

Tachiona M

Undenge           S

Varandeni J

Zhanda T.P

Zhuwao P

Zinyemba M

 

 

Printed by Order of the House

 

Absent with leave

Hon. Beremauro G, Hon. Chombo I, Hon. Cross E. G, Hon. Dumbu F, Hon. Huruba T,

Hon. Madubeko J, Hon. Masaiti E, Hon. Matamisa E,

  1. Questions without notice

 

  1. Questions with notice

 

  1. The Speaker informed the House of the changes that had been made to the Portfolio Committee membership;

 

  • S. Khumalo to serve on the Portfolio Committee on Public Service,

Labour and Social Services and the Committee on Education, Sport, Arts                         and Culture.

  • G. Ndebele moved from the Portfolio Committee on Health and

Child Welfare to Committee on Media, Information and Communication   Technology.

  • I. Muza, Hon. E. Navaya, Hon. P.H Maramba, Hon. S. Mudarikwa and Hon. N. Mandebvu would serve on the Portfolio Committee on   Justice, Legal Affairs, Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs.

 

  1. The Minister of Public Works moved: That Notice of Motion No. 1 for today, stands over until Order No. 15, for today, has been disposed of.

 

Motion put and agreed to.

 

  1. Mutomba, seconded by Hon. Hove, moved: 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.

 

On the motion of the Co-Minister of Home Affairs: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

  1. Musundire, seconded by Hon. H Mudzuri, moved:

 

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.

 

            On the motion of the Co-Minister of Home Affairs: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

  1. On the motion of the Co-Minister of Home Affairs: The House adjourned at five o'clock p.m.

 

  1. M. KHUMALO

Acting Speaker.

 

 

THURSDAY, 13TH OCTOBER, 2011

 

ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICES OF MOTIONS

 

1.          THE MINISTER OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE

 

That  the National Incomes and Pricing Commission Bill (H.B. 10, 2010) which was superseded by the prorogation of the Third  Session of the Seventh Parliament be restored on the Order Paper at the stage at which the Bill had reached in terms of Standing Order No. 131 (1).

 

2.         THE MINISTER OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE

 

THAT WHEREAS, subsection 111/B of the Constitutions 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 States or governments or international organisations shall be subject to approval by Parliament.

 

WHEREAS the Interim Economic Partnership Agreement was signed in Mauritius on 29th August 2009 at a signing ceremony between the Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) and the European Union (EU);

 

AND WHEREAS the government of Zimbabwe is a signatory to the interim Economic Partnership Agreement, and is desirous of becoming party to the interim Economic partnership Agreement;

 

AND WHEREAS the entry into force of the said Agreement is conditional upon its acceptance by the parties in accordance with their respective constitutional procedures;

 

NOW THEREFORE, in terms of subsection  (1) of section 111B of the Constitution, this House resolves that the aforesaid Agreement be and is hereby approved for ratification.

 

 

3.         THE MINISTER OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE

 

 

THAT WHEREAS subsection (1)  o section 111B of the constitution of Zimbabwe provides that any convention, Treaty or Agreements acceded to, concluded or executed by or under the authority to the President with one or more Foreign States or Governments or International Organisations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

 

WHEREAS the International Coffee Agreement was concluded in London, United Kingdom on 28th September 2007 at the Conference convened by the International Coffee Organisation (ICO);

 

AND WHEREAS the government of Zimbabwe is Signatory to the International Coffee Organisation, and is desirous of becoming party to the International Coffee Agreement 2007;

 

AND WHEREAS the entry into force of the said Agreement is conditional upon its acceptance by the parties in accordance with their respective Constitutional procedures;

 

NOW THEREFORE, in terms of sub-section (1) of the section 111B of the Constitution, this House resolves that the aforesaid Agreement be and is hereby approved for ratification.

 

4.         THE MINISTER OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE

 

THAT 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 States or governments  or international Organisations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

 

WHEREAS the 2nd Revised Cotonou Agreement was concluded in Brussels,

Belgium on 19th March 2010 at the Extraordinary Joint ACP – EU Ministerial Meeting and signed in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso on 22nd June 2010 during the joint ACP – EU Council of Minister's;

 

AND WHEREAS the Government of Zimbabwe is signatory to the Cotonou

Agreement, and is desirous of becoming party to the 2nd revised Cotonou Agreement;

 

AND WHEREAS the entry into force of the said Agreement is conditional upon

its acceptance by the parties in accordance with their respective constitutional  procedures;

 

NOW THEREFORE,  in terms of subsection (1) of section 111B of the Constitution, this House resolves that the afore-said Agreement be and is hereby approved for ratification.

 

5.         HON MINISTER OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE

 

 THAT WHEREAS, subsection 111 B 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 r more foreign states or governments  or international organizations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

 

            WHEREAS the Trade Agreement between the Government of the Republic of       Zimbabwe and the Government of the State of Kuwait was concluded in Kuwait  on 25/10/1997

 

            AND WHEREAS the Government of Zimbabwe is a signatory to the Trade

Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe and the

Government of the State of Kuwait, and is desirous to becoming Party to the

Trade Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe and the

Government of the State of Kuwait,

 

            AND WHEREAS the entry into force of the said agreement is conditional upon     its acceptance by the parties in accordance with their respective Constitutional  procedures;

 

            NOW THEREFORE, in terms of subsection (1) of section 111 B of the  Constitution, this House resolves that the aforesaid Agreement be and is hereby  approved for ratification.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (Adjourned 6th October – The Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs).

 

      [Time elapsed: 3 hours 06 minutes]

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 Zhuwao

 

 

  1. HON. DUMBU

            HON. M. MATIENGA

 

That this House

 

SADDENED by the tragic and untimely death of the Honourable Minister of

Public Service and member of Parliament for Gutu South, Professor Eliphas        Mukonoweshuro on the 5th of August 2011;

 

NOTING that  the loss  was felt by the whole nation, which mourned a        committed and dedicated luminary of our struggle for independence,     democracy, freedom and justice;

 

NOW THEREFORE, THIS HOUSE  Conveys its, profound condolences to        the widow of our departed leader;

 

Expresses its deep sorrow and sadness at the tragic and unexpected loss of life;

 

Takes this opportunity to celebrate the life of a man who rendered sterling         services to the nation both before and after independence.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the workshop report of the Pan African Parliament Permanent Committee on Trade, Customs and Immigration matters (Adjourned 12th October – The Minister of Public Works).

 

[Day elapsed:  1]

 

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 12th October –The Minister of Public Works).

 

[Day elapsed:  1]

 

            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. 10. HON. CROSS HON. CHINYADZA

 

            That this House

 

NOTING the state of affairs that has prevailed at the Marange Diamonds Fields      since their discovery in 2006;

 

RECOGNISING the need for Government to take immediate steps to manage and          control the exploitation and marketing of the mineral;

 

NOW THEREFORE RESOLVES THAT GOVERNMENT-

  • takes immediate steps to nationalise and prescribe all                     diamond mining operations, both formal and informal that  are currently          underway on the Marange Diamond Fields;
  • That Government takes steps to remove all unauthorised                                personnel from the fields and secure the boundary to prevent                      unauthorised entries;
  • through the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development                               invite offers and enter into an agreement with reputable companies to        mine the mineral on behalf of Government of Zimbabwe in compliance            with the Kimberly process;
  • establishes a Compensation Court for claims arising from the mining exercise and a Community Trust to represent the people of Marange in the   mining venture.

 

11.       HON CHIKWINYA         HON GONESE

 

That the motion on the unconstitutional statements made by some Service          Chiefs which was  superseded by prorogation of the Third Session of the Seventh        Parliament be restored on the Order Paper in terms of Standing Order No. 43.

 

12. HON. MATIMBA HON. S. HOVE

 

That leave be granted to bring in a Bill to amend the Urban Council Act [Chapter             29:15] by reducing the powers of central government over municipal and town            councils, thereby encouraging democracy at local levels. The Bill will also  correct anomalies arising from previous amendments made to the Act.

 

  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)  (Superseded by prorogation of the Third Session of the Seventh

            Parliament).

[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. Adjourned debate on motion on the death of Retired General Tapfumaneyi Ruzambo Solomon Mutusva Mujuru (Adjourned 6th October - The Deputy Prime Minister Hon. Prof. Mutambara).

 

[Day elapsed:2]

 

Question proposed:  That this House expresses its profound sorrow on the sudden,  untimely and tragic death on Tuesday, 16 August, 2011 of  Retired

General Tapfumaneyi  Ruzambo Solomon Mutusva Mujuru Commander of the Zimbabwe National Army and former Hon Member of Parliament;

 

PLACES on record its deepest, proud and sincere appreciation of the grand,       sterling and services par excellence the late Retired General and former

Member of Parliament rendered to the Nation;

 

JOINS the rest of the country in mourning and consoling the Hon. Vice

President Amai Mujuru the widow of our hero; and

 

RESOLVES THAT its deepest and heartfelt sympathies be conveyed to the entire Mujuru family- Hon. Bhasikiti.

 

  1. COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY.

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 12TH  OCTOBER,  2011

 

 

QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWERS

QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE

* QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE

 

*1.       HON. D SIBANDA: To ask the Co-Ministers of Home Affairs to explain:

  1. i) why records of birth certificates  for all  districts in the country dating as far     back as 1982  are  only kept in Harare, a situation which forces people to travel     that far to get these valuable documents; and ii) why the Ministry is not entering data on such birth certificates into the      computer for easy access by  the Provinces.

 

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*2.

 

 

HON SITHOLE: To ask the Co-Ministers of Home Affairs to explain to the House:

i)      the criteria  used in allocating new vehicles to relevant police stations countrywide; and

ii)    how the Ministry expects Rural Police Stations to operate effectively when they do not have vehicles at their disposal as is the case with Ndali Police Station in Chiredzi District of Masvingo Province.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

*3.

 

HON. CHIMHINI : To ask the Co-Ministers of Home Affairs whether the Ministry  could consider deploying traffic police to alleviate the problems faced by the members of the public due to the increase in traffic volumes and failure by  motorists to observe traffic regulations during peak hours.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*4. HON. BALOYI: To ask the Co-Ministers of Home Affairs to state:

i)    the measure the Ministry is taking to curb the increasing rate of raids on       livestock along the

Sango and Chikwalakwala border line in Chiredzi; and ii)  the Ministry's plans in finding a lasting solution to cross border cattle rustling       in the Sengwe and Matibi II communal lands.

 

*5.         HON. SANSOLE: To ask the Co-Ministers of Home Affairs to inform the House:

  1. i) whether the Ministry is aware that armed gangs  from Zambia are invading the

Lower Zambezi Valley and driving out stolen herds of cattle from the

Cheziya, Makwa and Msuna areas across the Zambezi river into Zambia; and            ii)  if there are any plans to increase police patrols in these areas in order to curb       cattle rustling.

 

 

*6.          HON. SULULU: To ask the Co-Ministers of Home Affairs to inform the House:

  1. i) what action has been taken by the police to arrest violent and rowdy people who disrupted the following approved public gatherings;
  2. On 20th July 2011 in Kwekwe the United States Ambassador Charles Ray was humiliated and stopped from addressing a police cleared youth                        development meeting. The youths, journalists and the public were                         assaulted in full view of our police force;
  3. On 23rd July, 2011 Members of Parliament, from ZANU PF and two MDC formations, journalists and the public were assaulted again in full             view of our police force during the public hearing in the Government             Caucus on the Human Rights Commission Bill; and       ii)   what measures the Ministry has  put in place to avoid such embarrassing             actions from re-occurring.

 

 

*7.       HON. CHIMHINI: To ask the Minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture to     quantify the contribution to the GDP by the Arts and Culture sector and inform    the House how the Ministry intends to promote this sector which has the potential           to generate revenue for the fiscus.

 

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*8.       HON. MANGAMI: To ask the Minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture to             inform the House:

  1. i) what happened to building grants which used to be given to                  schools; and ii)  if the same grants could be extended to primary schools.

 

*9.       HON CHIMHINI:  To ask the Minister of Labour and Social  Services to inform the House whether there are any plans to increase the deceased pension fund payout to the surviving dependants as the amount currently being paid out is just too little to make economic sense.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*10.     HON. MAHLANGU: To ask the Minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture to       make a comprehensive statement on the state of education in this country                     considering the low pass rate recorded in our schools last year and what measures         are being taken by the Ministry to ensure that the pass rate is improved and  to              state whether all 'O' Level and 'A' Level students who failed to raise examination         fees will be allowed to write this year's examinations.

 

*11.    HON. MAHLANGU: To ask the Minister of Labour and Social Welfare to explain to            the House:

  1. How much Beam allocation has been disbursed to Bulawayo Province so far this year and a  breakdown for each constituency;
  2. The criteria used to select the beneficiaries of the fund and state who does it; and
  • advise the House on the control mechanisms put in place by the Ministry to ensure  that the Ministry  curbs corruption and that the money is disbursed on a       non-partisan basis. [Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*12.   HON. MAHLANGU: To ask the Minister of Labour and Social Welfare to inform the

House:

  1. i) what the Ministry has done to ensure that sufficient funding is available to all the Ministries in order to accelerate the achievement of MDGs; ii) whether the country is on track in achieving Millennium Development Goals      by 2015;
  • what the Ministry has done so far in order to achieve the Millennium Development Goals 1  and 8;
  1. the challenges being faced by the Ministry in realising these MDGs and what

the Ministry is doing to overcome them;

  1. what the Ministry is doing to ensure that it engages the Members of Parliament on the MDGs for their representative function and budget scrutiny; and
  2. how the amount of money hat has been availed so far by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and other developmental partners,                  including the Government to ensure the achievement of the MDGs by 2015.

 

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*13.   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:

 

Tabeth Kanengoni from Mashonaland Central

Jesca Chidza from Manicaland

Lazma Humbe from Manicaland

 

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*14.    HON. MUSHONGA: To ask the Minister of Foreign Affairs to inform to the House :

  1. Why the Zimbabwe Government is refusing to handover Protais Mpiranya who was the commander of the Rwandan Army's Presidential Guards during the Rwandan Genocide and to explain
  2. the government policy on genocide perpetrators in Rwanda and Ethiopia particularly those who committed rape, sexual offences including violence and murder. [Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

 

*15.     HON. MAHLANGU: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Welfare to inform the

House:

  1. what strides the Ministry has taken to ensure that Mpilo and Central Hospitals improve the state of health delivery system which of late has been a cause of concern for  Bulawayo residents and those in surrounding areas;
  2. what the Ministry is doing to curb corruption which has seriously affected the state of delivery system in the two hospitals; and
  • when the Ministry is going to to start building a third referral hospital for Bulawayo which it promised ten years ago since the current two hospitals Mpilo and Central are failing to cope with the increasing number of patients.

 

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*16.     HON. MAHLANGU: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Welfare to inform the

House:

  1. what the Ministry has done so far to ensure that it achieves Millennium Development Goal 4, 5 and 6 (MDGs) which relate to reducing child mortality,     improving maternal health and combating HIV and AIDS, malaria and other     diseases by 2015;
  2. the challenges the Ministry is facing in achieving these MDGs; and iii) what the Ministry is doing in to overcome these challenges and ensuring these   MDGs achievable by 2015.

 

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*17.     HON. D. SIBANDA: To ask the Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education  to inform  the House  what the government policy is as regards the  students' loans and

 

 

grants which the Ministry used to provide.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*18. HON. D. SIBANDA: To ask the Honourable Deputy Prime Minister Khupe in her
  capacity as the President of the Global Power Women Network Africa, to  to
  inform the House  what key interventions  have been advocated for in order to
  ensure that women and girls are protected from  HIV/AIDS infections.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*19. HON. D. SIBANDA: To ask the Hounorable Deputy Prime Minister Khupe, in her
  capacity as the Goodwill Ambassador for the Campaign  on the Accelerated
  Reduction of Maternal  Mortality,   to inform the House  the progress that has
  been made in scrapping the user fees as part of the millennium development goals
  aimed at improving maternal health so that t mortality rate is reduced by at least
  75% by the year 2015.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 5th October 2011]

 

*20.   HON. BALOYI: To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation           Development to explain how the US$70 million restocking fund allocated in the           2011 financial year was distributed to the Provinces.

 

*21.    HON. MANGAMI: To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation

Development to inform the House

  1. i) if there are any plans to build a silo in the Midlands Province and if so when this would happen:  ii) the ratio of farmers to AREX Offices in the country: and iii) how the Ministry intends to employ qualified officers who currently are not

 

*22.     HON. MANGAMI: To ask the Minister of Public Service to inform the House

  1. how long one is expected to remain in an acting capacity before confirmation can be done in the Ministry of Education for example; and
  2. the relevance of the RBM in view of the current demoralisation of workers who are not rewarded for their performance.

 

*23.    HON. MANGAMI: To ask the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development            to inform the House whether there are any plans to surface the road linking Manoti           Growth Point and Gokwe Centre.

MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES

 

 

THURSDAY 13TH OCTOBER  2011

 

At 1000 hrs in Committee Room No. 413

 

MEDIA, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY:   Hon. S.

Moyo (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. ClerkMr

Mutyambizi

 

At 1000 hrs 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. Mahlangu, Hon. Masukume, Hon.

Matienga, Hon. Mharadza, Hon. Navaya, Hon. Nyamupinga, Hon. Shirichena, Hon.

Sithole A.  Clerk - Mr Kunzwa

 

At 1000 hrs 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

  1. , Hon. Mhashu F.G., Hon. Mudzuri H, Hon. Mupukuta, Hon. Muza, Hon. S.M Ncube, Hon. Nezi, Hon. Sibanda F.M. Clerk - Ms Chikuvire

 

At 1000 hrs 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 - Mrs Hazvina-Mushunje.

 

 

 

 

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