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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY VOTES 21_JULY_2005_NO._17

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No.17

PARLIAMENT 

OF ZIMBABWE

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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE

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FIRST SESSION – SIXTH PARLIAMENT

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THURSDAY, 21ST   JULY 2005

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Quarter-past two o’clock p.m.

 

Acting Speaker in the Chair.

 

PRAYERS.

 

Members Present

N.B. Printer please insert all ticked names in column form. 

 

Absent with leave

Chapfika D                              Marumahoko R.

Damasane A                                  Mugabe L

Gonese E.                                     Musa C. J.

Kangai K.                                     Mzembi W.

Katsande A.                                        Nguni S.R Mguni N.                                   Rusere T.

Moyo L.                                       Sibindi T.

Mohadi K.                                   Mutiwekuziva K.K

 

 

 

 

Printed by Order of the House

 

  1. Mr J. M. Gumbo, seconded by Ms Mugabe, moved: That Orders of the Day Nos 1 and 2 for today stand over until Order of the Day No. 5 has been disposed of.

 

Motion put and agreed to.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (adjourned 19th

July 2005 – The Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs)

 

[Time elapsed: 5 hours 41minutes]

 

 

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

 

May it please you, Your Excellency, the President:

 

 

We, the Members of Parliament of Zimbabwe, desire to express our loyalty to

Zimbabwe and beg leave to offer our respectful thanks for the Speech, which you

have been pleased to address to Parliament- Mr Mzembi

 

On the motion of the Minister of Environment and Tourism: Debate adjourned               until Tuesday.

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the delegation to the 2005 Mauritius Elections (Adjourned 20th July –The Minister Agriculture)

 

[Days elapsed:4]

 

Question again proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the delegation to the SADC Parliamentary Forum Observation Mission to the 2005 Mauritius Parliamentary Elections held on 3rd July 2005 – Mr J.M Gumbo.

 

Motion, with leave, withdrawn.

            

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the shortage of food, drugs, foreign currency and energy (Adjourned 20th July 2005 - The Minister of Agriculture)

 

[Days elapsed: 4]

 

Question again proposed: That this House

 

TAKING NOTE of the massive food, drugs, foreign currency and energy shortages;

 

CONCERNED with the continued unabated collapse of the public amenities in health, transport and education;

 

DISMAYED at the lack of any concrete, meaningful and decisive reversal programme by government;

 

DISTURBED by the shrinking economy and failing state particularly in areas of service provision;

 

RESOLVES that the government immediately addresses the critical shortages of shortages of food energy and public sector amenities;

 

CONDEMNS the absence of existing comprehensive monetary and fiscal reversal strategy;

 

FURTHER CONDEMNS the clear lack of strategy and leadership on the part of this Government – Mr Biti  

 

 

On the motion of the Minister of Environment and Tourism: Debate adjourned               until Tuesday.

 

  1. On the motion of the Minister of Environment and Tourism: The House adjourned at half past four o’clock p.m. until Tuesday, 26th July 2005 at a quarter past two o’clock in the afternoon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

E MADZONGWE Acting Speaker.

 

 

TUESDAY, 26TH JULY 2005

 

ORDERS OF THE DAY

 

  1. SECOND READING:  General Laws Amendment Bill (H.B. 5, 2005)-The Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs 

 

  2.       SECOND READING:  Attorney-General’s Office Bill (H.B. 4, 2005)-The 

Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (adjourned 21st

July 2005 – The Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs)

 

[Time elapsed: 6 hours 23 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- Mr Mzembi

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the shortage of food, drugs, foreign currency and energy (adjourned 21st July 2005  - The Minister of Agriculture)

 

[Days elapsed: 5]

 

Question proposed: That this House-

 

TAKING NOTE of the massive food, drugs, foreign currency and energy shortages;

 

CONCERNED with the continued unabated collapse of the public amenities in health, transport and education;

 

DISMAYED at the lack of any concrete, meaningful and decisive reversal programme by government;

 

DISTURBED by the shrinking economy and failing state particularly in areas of service provision;

 

RESOLVES that the government immediately addresses the critical shortages of shortages of food energy and public sector amenities;

 

CONDEMNS the absence of existing comprehensive monetary and fiscal reversal strategy;

 

FURTHER CONDEMNS the clear lack of strategy and leadership on the part of this Government – Mr Biti  

 

 

  1. COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY.

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 27TH JULY 2005

 

 

QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWERS

 

QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE

 

*QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE

 

*1.

 

MR. SIKHALA:  To ask The Minister of Finance to enlighten the House on the source of the Productive Sector Investment Facility and to name the accounting organs/institutions of those funds.

[Deferred from Wednesday 20th July 2005]

*2.

 

MRS STEVENSON: To ask the Minister of Finance how the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe will source the $5 trillion promised to the agricultural sector in his monetary policy review in May, in view of the fact that this was not provided for in the 2005 Budget.
*3.

 

MR BITI: To ask the Minister of Finance to state:
  • the total cost of Zimbabwe’s participation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) war from the time of the deployment to the official withdrawal of troops and;

 

  • whether Zimbabwe received any monetary or material compensation from DRC and if so, what is the total sum or value of compensation if the payment was made in kind.

 

*4.       MR BITI: To ask the Minister of Finance to state,

 

  • Zimbabwe’s total foreign exchange receipts for the year ended June 2005 and to provide a specific breakdown of these receipts sector by sector.

 

  • Zimbabwe’s balance of payment for the year ended June 2005 and give a specific breakdown on the expenditure on the debit side.

 

 

 

*5.

 

MR  SIKHALA: To ask the Minister Mines and Mining Development to inform the House on why a South African based company owned by a Jewish family, J. G.

Petrow has been given the exclusive rights to market our asbestos when the Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe is responsible for marketing all minerals.

[Deferred from Wednesday 20th July 2005]

*6.

 

MR. GWETU:  To ask the Minister of Water Resources and Infrastructural Development to report to this House the progress on the Zambezi Water Project particularly the Gwayi/Shangani phase.

[Deferred from Wednesday 20th  July 2005]

*7. MR. MUSA: To ask the Minister of Water Resources and Infrastructural

Development when Chipara Dam on the Mudzi river is going to be constructed.

[Deferred from Wednesday 20th July 2005]

 *8.

 

MR MALINGA: To ask the Minister of Water Resources and Infrastructural

Development to inform the House when the  construction of the Sambongolo Dam in the Msokeli Ward of Silobela Constituency will commence since it has been on  the cards for more than five years now.

*9.

 

MR BHEBHE: To ask the Minister of Water Resources and Infrastructural Development why the construction of Ziminya Dam in Nkayi has not taken off despite the fact that $2.64 billion was allocated in the 2005 budget.
*10.

 

MR MUSHORE: To ask the Minister of Water Resources and Infrastructural

Development to state when the Silver Stream dam on the Musengezi River will be constructed to enable the people of Muzarabani Constituency to benefit from it.

*11.

 

MR MUSHORE: To ask the Minister of Water Resources and Infrastructural Development to state when the Musingwa and Hoya bridges, which were washed away, will be repaired.
*12. MR MUSHORE: To ask the Minister of Water Resources and Infrastructural

Development to state when the drilling of boreholes, in the lower part of

Muzarabani can be expected considering that the people are in dire need of the provision of portable water.

 

*14.     MR BITI:  To ask the Minister of State, for  Water Resources and Infrastructural Development:

 

  • whether there was legal documents  or agreement, when the Zimbabwe National

Water Authority (ZINWA) took over lake Manyame and all the city of Harare’s Water functions, rights and obligations.

 

  • why the residents of the Grange, Glen Lorne, Kambanji and Greendale have gone without water supplies for the last six weeks.

 

 

*15.     MR. MUSA: To ask the Minister of Transport and Communication when  the Mtoko-Rwenya road is going to be surfaced and why it has taken such a  long time.

[Deferred from Wednesday 20th July 2005]

*16.     MR. MUSA :To ask the Minister of Transport and Communication why the               Rwenya-Nyamapanda road has not been maintained for some time.

 

  [Deferred from Wednesday 20th July 2005]
*17.

 

MR. MALINGA:  To ask the Minister of Transport and Communication to explain whether the ministry is considering reintroducing call boxes in both rural and urban areas considering that there has been a proliferation of phone shops and the high cost of making calls from these shops.
*18.

 

MR. MALINGA: To ask the Minister of Transport and Communication to state:
  • the subscriber capacity of each of the three mobile networks in the country;

 

  • the current number of subscribers on each of the three mobile networks;  and comment on whether some of the networks are not oversubscribed.

 

*19. MRS STEVENSON: To ask the Minister of Transport and Communications to explain:

  • why internet connections through Com-One are so much slower than

through other service providers; and

 

  • what measures, if any, are being taken to improve the speed.
 

 

 
*20.

 

 MR  MUSHORE: To ask the Minister of Transport and Communication to state  when the people of Muzarabani Constituency can expect television and radio  coverage and mobile telephone network in view of the fact that a booster was requested for a long time ago.
*21.

 

 

 

 MR MUNGOFA: To ask the Minister of Transport and Communication:

(a)     to confirm if the use of new vehicle registration numbers will cease to  operate in view of the judgement in favour of Zambia, and if so does it mean we are to revert to our old numbers or new designs will be in place; and

(b)     what would happen to those who had spent a lot of money acquiring       the rejected new numbers.

*22.

 

MR MUNGOFA: To ask the Minister of Transport and Communication to inform the House when the ministry is going to replace or repair vandalised road traffic signs in  all our roads throughout the country especially in towns.
*23.

 

MR. BALOYI:  To ask the Minister of Energy and Power Development if he is aware that the fuel shortage has severely cut off the supply of food stuffs to remote areas like Chikombedzi, Malapoli, Dhavhata and Gezani areas in Chiredzi South and to explain to the House how the ministry intends to assist in ensuring that the plight of the people in those areas is alleviated.

[Transferred from 13th July 2005] 

*24. PROF J. MOYO: To ask the Minister of Energy and Power Development to explain

what the Government is doing to improve the availability of fuel given that the recent price adjustments have not resulted in an improvement of the situation.

[Deferred from Wednesday 13th July 2005]

 

*25. PROF J MOYO : To ask the Minister of Industry and International Trade to give reasons for the critical shortage of basic commodities  and explain what the ministry is doing to ensure their availability.

[Deferred from Wednesday 13th July 2005]

 

*26. PROF J MOYO : To ask the Minister of Industry and International Trade to explain:

(a)     the shortage of local brands of beer when more expensive foreign brands such as Heinken and Windhoek Lager imported using scarce foreign currency are available in most of the retail outlets; and

(b)     what the ministry is doing to alleviate the shortage ahead of the

  coming summer season.

[Deferred from Wednesday 13th July 2005]

 

*27.            MRS MATAMISA: To ask the Minister of Industry and International Trade to     explain to this House what the current position is regarding the re-opening of      National Glass Company.

 

*28.     PROF J MOYO: To ask the Minister of Foreign Affairs to:

 

(a)   explain Zimbabwe’s policy position regarding the two African    countries that should be permanent members of the United Nations Security Council as part of the proposed reform of the world body; and (b)   inform the House on the criteria used by Government to arrive at the

said policy position and choice of countries.

[Deferred from Wednesday 20th July 2005]

 

*29.         MR. BALOYI: To ask the Minister of State for National Security, Lands, Land Reform and

Resettlement in the President’s Office what is the Ministry doing to assist A2 Sugarcane farmers in Chiredzi who have not been paid for the sugar delivered to the miller because the former white farmers are contesting both the land and crop [Deferred from Wednesday 13th July 2005]

 

*30.             MR  MADZIMURE : To ask the Minister of Education, Sport and Culture to explain:

 

  • why the construction of the “A” level block at Kambuzuma High 1 has been stalled for the past three years; and

 

  • when completion of the project is expected and what the ministry is doing to ensure this.

[Deferred from Wednesday 20th July 2005]

 

*31.     MR MUSHORE: To ask the Minister of Education, Sports and Culture to explain when the construction of five schools, currently built of pole and mud and thatched with grass will take place since it is two years now after the schools were registered with the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture.

 

*32.            MRS MATAMISA: To ask the Minister of Education, Sport and Culture to  state if the ministry has the intention  to deal with the serious shortage of textbooks in Kadoma which currently stands at 8 pupils per text book.

 

*33.         MR. MALINGA: To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social

Welfare to provide this House with:

. the number of tonnes of maize that have been delivered to Silobela Constituen cy since

March

2005;

 

  • the names of the wards and number of families that have benefited from the Government food aid programme; and

 

  • the official selling price per bag of maize.

 

*34.

 

 

MR CHIBAYA: To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare to explain:

(a)      whether the ministry is considering adjustments to salaries of most of        the workers given that most of salaries are now below the poverty          datum line; and

(b)      why the minimum wage for farm workers has not been gazetted.

*35.

 

MRS  MATAMISA: To ask the Minister of  Public Service, Labour and Social

Welfare to explain to the House how  the disabled can access loans for projects.

*36.

 

 MRS MPARIWA: To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare whether there are any plans by government to resuscitate the Tripartite Negotiating Forum (TNF).
*37.

 

MRS MPARIWA: To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare what the government is doing to ensure that NSSA pensions are increased taking into cognisance the rate of inflation.
* 38.

 

MR MADZIMURE: To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare why the department of Social Welfare automatically assume responsibility of all pensioners who earn monthly pensions below $50 000.00 as the money can only buy at most ten loaves of bread.
*39. MR ZWIZWAI :To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare

that contrary to provisions of  Section 12 of the Labour Relations Act Chapter 20:01 which limits the period of time in respect of which an employee can be engaged as a temporary employee or as a “contractor”  there are some employees at Agribank, Dairy Marketing Board and Grain Marketing Board,  who are still  referred to as “casuals” or “contractors” despite serving for as long as two years.

 

 

*40.

 

MRS. STEVENSON: To ask the Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises

Development to give statistics of how many people were operating in the informal sector in 2004.

*41.

 

MR  MUNGOFA: To ask the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and Urban Development Housing to:

(a)   state the acrerage of land the Harare City Council has acquired for allocation to registered Housing Cooperatives;

(b)   state the share of Harare Province obtainable from the allocated 3 million dollars earmarked to built new houses for families displaced by Operation Murambatsvina;

(c)   state the number of stands that will be given to the affected families  considering that Harare has had over 100 000 people without shelter; and

(d)   explain why the government is claiming to have started building new houses where the land has not been serviced.

   
             *42.

 

 

 

 MR CHIMBAIRA: To ask the Minister of Local Government and Public  Works and Urban Development to state:

(a)   the form of assistance being given, if any, to the owners of at least 40 homes destroyed in Unit E, in Zengeza Constituency during Operation Murambatsvina;

(b)   why the homes built on a piece of land in Unit E, bought by the South African Government in 1960 for the Apostolic Sect members who are currently occupying the piece of land, were destroyed; and

(c ) the number of civilians and police officers killed during Operation           Murambatsvina.

 

*43. MRS MATAMISA: To ask the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and

Urban Development whether the ministry is considering the establishment of recreational facilities in Kadoma Constituency.

*44.     MRS STEVENSON: To ask the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and Urban Development:

  • why his ministry changed its policy not to re-allocate the stands at Hatcliffe Extension;
  • to state the value of building materials destroyed or removed from those stands and inform the nation how his ministry will supply replacement building materials;
  • to state measures being taken to connect the water and sewerage reticulation at the stands to the City of Harare water and sewage systems.

 

*45.      MR MUNGOFA:  To ask the Minister of Local Government Public Works and Urban Development whether he is aware that transport fares in urban areas have outweighed income of over 90% of employees’ salaries  and if so, what is his ministry doing to alleviate the plight of workers since they can no longer afford fares charged by commuter bus operators.

 

*46.          MR MUNGOFA:  To ask the Minister of Local Government Public Works and

Urban Development when the ministry is going to erect a drainage system for New Government Flats in Highfied as well as sewage and reticulation systems in this constituency.

 

*47.            MR MADZIMURE: To the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and Urban               Development to state:

 

  • the total cost of the equipment that was hired to demolish housing structures during Operation Murambatsvina and where the funds came from.

 

  • why the operation targeted areas that had been designated for home industries and where people had been allocated stands by the respective councils eg, St

Mary’s Home Industries, Warren Park, Kambuzuma, Kuwadzana and Rugare

 

  • when are the people going to be allowed back.

 

  • why the 100 stands in Rugare which were serviced five years ago have not been allocated to the people who were identified then.

 

  • how the Council of Harare was able to mobilize resources for the demolition of the peoples homes when it cannot remove garbage as is the case in Kambuzuma, Warren Park and Rugare suburbs.

 

*48.     MR MADZIMURE: To the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and Urban Development to explain why  residents are being required to keep on paying for refuse collection when the service has not been provided for the past five months.

 

 

*49.   MR MUTSEKWA: To ask the Minister of Home Affairs to:

 

  • confirm reports that officers of the Zimbabwe Republic Police from

Mutare Central denied desperate motorists access to fuel at the

Automotive Precision Engineers Service Station on Thursday, 7 May 2005, at about 1430 hours because they wanted to re-fuel drums and twenty litre containers for themselves first, so that they could re-sale it on the black market;

 

  • confirm if it is true that on the day in question, out of a delivery of 6 000 litres of fuel, only less than twenty vehicles from the public got fuel whilst the remainder was bought by the police officers for re-sale on the black market;

 

 

  • confirm that the same police officers threatened to let police dogs loose on the forecourt manager if they were denied access to the fuel; and

 

  • explain if any disciplinary action is being taken against the officers and to produce proof of such action/investigation.

 

*50.

 

 

MR BHEBHE: To ask the Minister of Home Affairs to explain:

(a)   why police in Nkayi treat notices to hold meetings in the constituencies as applications for permission to hold meetings; and

 

(b)   whether, according to the provision of POSA, it is a valid reason to prohibit any meeting because the police have no manpower to cover the proceedings.

*51.

 

 

PROF. J. MOYO: To ask the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs to explain:

(a)   whether ZANU PF officials have a right to oversee and supervise government institutions given widespread reports of incidents where party officials, especially at district and provincial levels, have claimed to have the right to supervise institutions such as the Grain Marketing

Board and Agricultural Rural Development Agency; and

 

(b)   the legal basis for party officials to supervise and direct government institutions.

*52.

 

 

 

 MR MATUTU:  To ask the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs:

(a)   what the ministry intends to do with magistrates who impose varying sentences for stock theft, despite the fact that there is a  mandatory 9 years sentence according to provisions of the Stock Theft Amendment Act No 6. of 2004; and

 

(b)   to rectify the anomaly in sentences ranging from 3 years to 25 years imposed on convicts.

            *53. PROF. MOYO: To ask the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs

whether it is true that the Attorney General was part of the ZANU (PF) campaign team for the March 2005 general elections  and if it is true, to comment on the appropriateness of such involvement in the light of Section 76 of the Constitution that requires the Attorney General to be non partisan and not to be influenced or directed by any authority.

 

 

 

 
                           *54.

 

 

MR MUSHORE: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Welfare to explain:

(a)   the delay  in the construction of more clinics in the new resettlement areas between Muzarabani and Mozambique as the people in the areas are suffering from malaria; and

 

(b)   measures the ministry is taking to address the shortage of nurses and medicine in clinics in Muzarabani Constituency.

*55.

 

 

 

 

 MRS MATAMISA: To ask the Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education to state if the  ministry has plans to establish tertiary  institutions in Kadoma Constituency.

*50.      MR MATUTU: To ask the Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education:

(a)             whether students from Great Zimbabwe University (GZU)  were refunded tuition fees after its demise and;

(b)             whether government funds in the form of grants were refunded either to the students or the government by the University.

                        *56.

 

 MR MKHOSI:  To ask the Minister of Agriculture to explain the ministry’s position regarding the beneficiaries of the three tier system in Emphandeni Ward 1 where a few farmers are excluding others from using land allocated for communal use and

(a)   the responsibilities of beneficiaries with regard to the              adherence to the farm size, livestock unit carrying capacity                                           and the development maintenance of infrastructure; and

 

 

 

(b)    the responsibility of paying council rates.
            *57.

 

.MR  MKHOSI:  To ask the Minister of Agriculture if the government can facilitate the movement of cattle for farmers without enough grazing land to areas with good grazing occupied by new farmers who have no cattle in a bid to boost the dwindling national herd.
*58.

 

MR  MKHOSI:  To ask the Minister of Agriculture to explain how the ministry is going to solve the problem of wheat shortage, which has resulted in shortage of bread in the shops.
* 59.

 

MR  BITI: To ask the Minister of Agriculture to state the anticipated tonnage of the winter wheat harvest for 2005 and;
*60.

 

 

MR BITI: To ask the Minister of Agriculture to update the House on the total quantity and value of the flue cured tobacco that has so far been delivered to the tobacco floors for the 2004 – 2005 season and to explain how much, of this has come from;

(a)             small scale peasant farmers

(b)             model A1 newly resettled farmers;

(c )       model A2 newly resettled farmers; and

(d)       “additional” large scale commercial farmers

*61.

 

MR BITI: To ask the Minister of Agriculture to state whether the Government has any grain reserves held by the GMB and to say what the quantum so held is.
*62.

 

MR BITI: To ask the Minister of State for Indigenisation and Empowerment to explain steps the Government is taking to avert the continuous capital flight from the remaining black owned banks to the traditional banks in view of the fact that only indigenous banks collapsed.
*63. MR BITI: To ask the Minister of State for Indigenisation and Empowerment to

explain how the government intends reconciling the concept of black economic

empowerment and wanton destruction of the black informal sector in view of the fact that a large population of the informal and indigenous sector has been destroyed by “Operation Murambatsvina”

   
*64.

 

MR BITI: To ask the Minister of State for Policy Implementation to explain what policy is implemented  in the ministry in view of the consistent policy reversals by the Government as evidenced by the many examples and the erratic and ideologically conflicting Government Policies that vacillate between neoliberalism, for example Operation Murambatsvina and the Reserve Bank Governors turn around strategy and populalist left rhetoric which is anti-west for instance.
*65.

 

 

 

 MR BITI:  To ask the Minister of State for Special Affairs responsible for land and resettlement programmes:

(a)             how many families or individuals have been settled on Model A1and A2 Farms, since the commencement of the Land and Resettlement Programme to date.

(b)             in light of the findings of the “Utete Committee” what has been done to date vis a vis the issue of multiple farm ownership by Government ministers, senior civil servants and top ZANU PF officials.

(c)      in light of the fact that no title has  been passed to the majority of the settled farmers what are the Government’s plans regarding the issue of title and security of tenure for the new settlers.

 

 

BILLS UNDER CONSIDERATION BY THE PARLIAMENTARY LEGAL COMMITTEE

 

  1. Labour Amendment Bill (H.B. 1, 2005)- The Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare (Referred 22nd June, 2005).

 

 

  1. Education Amendment Bill (H.B. 6, 2005)- The Minister of Education, Sport and Culture (Referred 22nd June, 2005).

 

  1. Harare Institute of Technology Bill (B. 24A, 2004) – The Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education. (Referred 7th July, 2005).

 

 

 

NOTICE OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS  Monday, 25th July 2005

 

At 0945 hours in Committee RoomNo. 1

 

TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION: Mr. Mugabe L (Chairperson), Mr.

Chimbaira, Mr. Chikomba, Mrs. Machirori, Mr. Mdlongwa, Mr. Mubawu, Mr. Ncube D. M, Mrs. Nyauchi, Mr. Porusingazi, Ms. Pote, Mr. Sikhala, Mr. Ziyambi, Mr   Zwizwai, Clerk – Mrs  Nyawo

 

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 4

 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS: Mrs Misihairabwi-Mushonga (Chairperson), Chief

Charumbira,. Mr. Chamisa, Chief Chimombe, Mr. Kadzima, Mr. Matimba, Mrs. Misihairabwi-Mushonga, Mr. Moyo L, Mr Mupukuta, Mr Musa, Mr. Ncube F D., Ms. Satiya,  Mrs. Stevenson. Clerk – Mr Daniel

 

At 1400 hours in the Conference Room

 

                      BUDGET,     FINANCE     AND     ECONOMIC     DEVELOPMENT:                        Mr.               Butau

(Chairperson), Chief Bidi, Mr. Biti,  Mr. Bhebhe, Chief Charumbira, Mr Kanzama Ms. Khupe, Mr.Majange, Mr. Mashakada,   Mr. Mushoriwa,  Mr.Mzembi, Mr. Ncube D.M. Clerk – Mrs Khumalo

 

Tuesday, 26th July 2005

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 3

 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS, INDUSTRY AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE: Mr.

Porusingazi (Chairperson), Mr. Gumbo J. M., Mr. Gwetu, Chief Mabika, Mrs.  Mawere,

Mr.  Mugabe, Mr. Mukahlera, Mr. Mushoriwa, Mr. Mutomba, Mrs. Mpariwa, Mr. Ndlovu, , Chief Shana. Clerk – Mr Ratsakatika

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 1

 

DEFENCE, HOME AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL SECURITY: Col. Makova

(Chairperson), Mr. Chamisa, Mr. Chipanga, Mrs. Dausi-Gwachiwa, Mr. Kadzima, Ms. Khupe, Mr. Madzimure, Mr. Makova. Chief Malaba, Mr. Mutomba, Mr.  Mutsekwa, Prof.  Ncube W., Mrs. Zinyemba Clerk – Mr Mubaiwa

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 2

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Mrs. Zinyemba (Chairperson), Chief Charumbira, Mr.

Chidarikire, Mr. Chimanikire, Mr. Gonese, Mr. Machaya, Mr. Majange, Chief Malaba,

Mr. Matimba, Mr. Mubawu,  Mr. Mutsekwa, Mrs. Stevenson, Mr. Ziyambi,  Clerk – Mrs Sunga

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 4

 

 

LANDS, LANDS REFORM, RESETTLEMENT AND AGRICULTURE: Mr.

Mzembi (Chairperson), Chief. Bushu, Chief. Chimombe, Mr. Gabbuza, Mrs. Katsande, Ms. Khumalo, Mrs. Mahofa, Mr. Mguni, Mr. Mkhosi,   Ms. Mugabe,  , Mr. Pote , Mr. Shoko. Clerk – Mr Ndlovu

 

At 0945 hours in the Conference Room

 

PUBLIC SERVICE, LABOUR AND SOCIAL WELFARE: Mrs. Mawere

(Chairperson), Mr. Baloyi, Chief Charumbira, Mr. Chibaya, Mr. Gwetu, Mr. Kangai,

Mr. Maluleke, Mr. Matutu, Mrs Maziriri, Ms. Mpariwa , Mr. Mushore, Mr. Shoko. Clerk- Mrs Muganhiri - Muwandi

 

At 1000 hours in Caucus Room

 

HEALTH     AND     CHILD    WELFARE:    Mr.     Chebundo               (Chairperson),   Mr.

Chandengenda, Mr. Chindori-Chininga, Mr. Chipanga, Mr. Kangai, Ms. Khumalo, Chief Mabika, Mr. Madubeko, Mr. Madzore, Mr. Mupukuta , Mrs. Nyauchi, Mr. Sansole, Mr. Zwizwai. Clerk – Ms Mukono

 

Thursday, 28th July 2005

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 1

 

                      JUSTICE,     LEGAL     AND     PARLIAMENTARY     AFFAIRS:                        Mr.          Chipanga

(Chairperson), Chief Bidi, Mr Chidarikire, Mr. Coltart, Mr. Gumbo J. M, Mrs. Machirori, Mr. Malinga, Mr. Madzimure, Chief Malisa, Mr. Matutu, Mrs. Misihairabwi- Mushonga, Chief Mudzimurema. Clerk – Ms Macheza

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 2

 

MINES, ENVIRONMENT AND TOURISM: Mr Gabbuza (Chairperson), Mr. Butau,

Mr. Chandengenda, Chief Dandawa, Mrs. Katsande, Mr. Machaya, Col. Makova, Mr. Mungofa, Mr. Mushore, Mr. Ndlovu M, Mr. Sansole, Mr. Sibindi. Clerk – Mr Ndlovu

 

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 4

 

EDUCATION, SPORT AND CULTURE: Mr. Mhashu  (Chairperson),  Mr. Baloyi,

Mr. Madubeko, Chief  Malisa,  Mr. Maluleke, Mrs. Matamisa, Mrs. Maziriri, Mr. Mguni, Mr. Moyo L, Mr. Mupukuta , Ms. Pote , Mr. Sibindi. Clerk – Mrs Sunga

 

 

 

 

 

 

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