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SENATE VOTES 19 February 2020 21

 

ADVANCE COPY-UNCORRECTED

 

 

No. 21

 

PARLIAMENT 

 

OF

 

ZIMBABWE

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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE

 

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SECOND SESSION – NINTH PARLIAMENT

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WEDNESDAY, 19TH FEBRUARY, 2020

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Half past two o’clock pm.

 

The President of the Senate in the Chair.

 

PRAYERS.

 

Members Present

Chabuka K.

Chifamba J. Chikwaka Chief Chimbudzi A.

Chimutengwende C.

Chirongoma J. M.

Dube A.

Dube M. R.

Femai M.

Gumpo S.

Hungwe S. O.

Komichi M.

Makone T. M.

Makumbe Chief. Mapungwana Chief Mavetera T. Mathupula

Mathuthu T.

Matiirira A. Matsiwo Chief Mkhwebu A.

Moeketsi V.

Mohadi T. B. Mpofu B.

Mudzuri E, Muronzi M.

Mwonzora T. D.

Ndlovu M.

Ndlovu  P.

Nembire Chief

Ngezi Chief

Ngungumbane Chief

Nhema Chief

Ntabeni Chief

Nyangazonke Chief Nyathi R.

Phuthi M.

Rambanepasi C.

Sekeramayi S. T.

Siansali Chief

Sinampande H. M.

Timveos L.

Wunganayi T.

Zivira H.

 

 

In attendance in terms of section 138(2) and (3) and section 104(3) of the Constitution

 

Printed by Order of the Senate

 

Absent with leave

Hon. Sen. Chief Mtshane,Hon. Sen. Ncube S, Hon. Chief Nechombo

 

  1. The President of the Senate drew the attention of the Senate to an inadvertent error by the Printer on page 123 of today’s Order Paper, where Notice of Motion No. 4 was  incorrectly captured.

 

  1. Sen. Mohadi, seconded by Hon. Sen. Chirongoma, moved: That Notices of Motions Nos. 1 to 5 for today, stand over until Order of the Day No. 10 has been disposed of.

 

Motion put and agreed to.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Delegation to the 45th Plenary Assembly of the SADC Parliamentary Forum (Adjourned 18th February, 2020 – Sen. Mohadi).

[Days elapsed: 10]

 

Question again proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the Delegation to the 45th Plenary Assembly of the SADC Parliamentary Forum. - Hon Sen. Mohadi.

 

On the motion of Hon. Sen. Mohadi, seconded by Hon. Sen. A. Dube: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Delegation to the Pan- African Parliament High Level Summit on HIV and health financing in Africa – (Adjourned 18th February, 2020 – Sen. Femai)

 

[Days elapsed: 12]

 

Question again proposed:  That this House takes note of the Report of the Delegation to the Pan- African Parliament High Level Summit on HIV and health financing in Africa, held in Brazzaville, Congo from 11th to 12th July 2019 – Hon. Sen. Femai.

 

On the motion of Hon. Sen. Femai, seconded by Hon. Sen. Rambanepasi: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Thematic Committee on Gender and Development on the plight of people with disabilities and challenges faced by women and girls with disabilities in Zimbabwe (Adjourned 18th February 2020- Hon Sen. Komichi).

 

[Days elapsed: 13]

 

Question again proposed:  That this House takes note of the Thematic Committee on Gender and Development on the plight of people with disabilities and challenges faced by women and girls with disabilities in Zimbabwe S.C. 18, 2019) – Hon. Sen. Ncube.

 

On the motion of Hon. Sen. Timveos, seconded by Hon. Sen. Zivira: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the unconditional and immediate removal of the illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe (Adjourned 18th February, 2020—The Minister for Mashonaland Central Province).

[Days elapsed: 15]

 

Question again proposed: That this House;

 

COGNISANT that the 39th Ordinary Summit of SADC Heads of States and Government held in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, strongly condemned the prolonged adverse illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the West and unequivocally called for their unconditional removal;

 

MINDFUL that SADC has always been calling for the immediate lifting of sanctions to facilitate the socio-economic recovery of the country leading to the resolution to declare the 25th October 2019 as the date on which SADC Members States collectively voice their disapproval of the illegal sanctions through various activities and platforms;

 

DEEPLY CONCERNED with the duplicity by the West and its allies who are masking the protracted illegal regime change agenda under the guise of targeted sanctions;

 

GRAVELY DISTURBED that the so-called targeted sanctions have brought untold suffering to ordinary Zimbabweans through de – industrialization resulting in high levels of unemployment, among many other economic challenges;

 

WORRIED that the crippling sanctions have affected all spheres of our economic and social services through the ever-increasing skills flight which has decimated all meaningful development in the last two decades;

 

NOTING with disdain the arrogant unilateralism and disrespect for the rule of law of countries that illegally imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe;

 

NOW, THEREFORE;

 

  • Calls upon the United States of America, the European Union and its allies to urgently and unconditionally remove the illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe at their instigation as these have resulted in horrendous suffering of the ordinary Zimbabwean citizens;
  • Resolves that dialogue be given a chance and that the perpetrators be encouraged by the collective voice of the SADC Region to urge their governments to lift all forms of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe;
  • Applauds the SADC Region for rising with one voice in support of the unconditional and immediate removal of the illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe-Hon Sen. Mbohwa.

 

On the motion of Hon. Sen. Mathuthu, seconded by Hon. Sen. Mkhwebu: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (Adjourned 18th

February, 2020 – The Minister of State for Mashonaland Central Province)

    

                                                                                     [Time elapsed: 3 hour 06 minutes]

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 ParliamentHon. Sen. Muzenda.

 

On the motion of Hon. Sen. Mathuthu, seconded by Hon. Sen. A. Dube: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

  1. On the motion of Hon. Sen. Mathuthu, seconded by Hon. Sen. Chirongoma: The Senate adjourned at twenty-one minutes past three o’clock pm.

 

 

 

 

  1. M. CHINOMONA, President of the Senate.

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY, 2020

 

          QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWERS.

 

* QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE.

             

QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE.

 

 

*1.     HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI:  To ask the Minister of Environment, Tourism, Climate and              Hospitality to inform the House the measures being taken by the Government to control       environmental degradation and to explain the role of traditional leaders in this regard.

 

*2.     HON. SEN. GUMPO: To ask the Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry       to explain to the House:

  1. measures being taken by the Government to control the outbreak of veld fires countrywide;
  2. measures being taken by the Ministry to publicise information on the adverse effects of veld fires on the environment.

 

*3.    HON. SEN. GUMPO : To ask the Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry      to explain to the House the functions of Catchment Councils and whether they play any       role in the control of veld fires.

 

*4.   HON. SEN. GUMPO : To ask the Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry       to:

  1. state the number of rivers and dams affected by siltation in Zimbabwe; and
  2. explain to the House whether the Ministry is implementing any de-siltation programmes, and if so, to state the methods being used.

 

*5.   HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality  Industry to inform the House Government policy regarding reforestation of areas affected    by the mining activities of large corporates.

 

*6.    HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI : To ask the Minister of Environment, Tourism, Climate and             Hospitality to explain to the House measures being taken  by the Ministry to minimise         wildlife-human conflicts in conservancy areas and whether traditional leaders play any role         in solving such conflicts.

 

*7.   HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Finance and Economic Development to      explain to the House how foreign owned businesses are contributing to the economic       development of this country and to state the measures being taken by the Ministry to ensure        that these operators deposit their monies into local  banks.

 

*8.  HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI : To ask the Minister of Finance and Economic Development to     apprise the House on initiatives being made by the Ministry to promote gender equality in          the country.

 

*9.   HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI : To ask the Minister of Finance and Economic Development to      explain to the House  the measures being taken by the Ministry to sensitize the public           on the benefits of using a mono- currency system in the country and to further state    endeavours put in place to curb the use of  multiple pricing regimes by some business   operators.

 

*10.  HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI :  To ask the Minister of Mines and Mining Development to:

inform the House how Government is benefiting from large  scale mining companies in       Zimbabwe and to provide disaggregated data on the contributions of these companies to             the fiscus, including names such companies and amounts remitted.

 

*11. HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Mines and Mining Development to explain        to the House whether traditional leaders play any role in the resolution of mining        disputes in  areas under their jurisdictions.

 

*12.  HON. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage to explain          to  the House measures being taken by the Government to protect small scale miners          from attacks by machete wielding gangsters,  popularly known as Mashurugwi, who are             marauding around the country committing heinous crimes.

 

*13.   HON. SEN. CHIEF CHUNDU: To ask the Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage to       explain to the House:

  1. measures being taken by the Ministry to ensure that people living with disabilities timeously access their primary documents; and
  2. whether this group is given due preferential treatment when they visit the Registrar General’s Office.

 

*14. HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI A.: To ask the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs       to:

  1. apprise the House on the current level of awareness of marriage laws in rural and urban

areas;

  1. explain the causes of child marriages and measures being taken by the government to curb the practice; and
  2. whether traditional leaders are involved in the fight against child marriages.

 

*15. HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Defence and War Veterans to explain to the     House what the government policy is regarding the awarding of tenders of national      development   projects and  whether military engineers are considered so that they can        benefit like private players.

 

*16. HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Youth, Sports, Art and Culture    to explain to the House

  1. the measures being taken by the Ministry to advance sports in the country; and
  2. how the Ministry identifies talented youths in various sporting disciplines thereby promoting sport as a source of employment for the youths.

 

 

ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICES OF MOTIONS

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Delegation to the 45th Plenary Assembly of the SADC Parliamentary Forum (Adjourned 19th February, 2020 – Sen. Mohadi).

[Days elapsed: 11]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the Delegation to the 45th Plenary Assembly of the SADC Parliamentary Forum, held at the Joaquim Chissano International Conference Centre in Maputo, Mozambique, from 15th to 25th July 2019 - Hon Sen. Mohadi.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Delegation to the Pan- African

Parliament High Level Summit on HIV and health financing in Africa, held in

Brazzaville, Congo from 11th to 12th July 2019 – (Adjourned 19th February, 2020 –

Hon. Sen. Femai)

 

[Days elapsed: 13]

 

Question proposed:  That this House takes note of the Report of the Delegation to the Pan- African Parliament High Level Summit on HIV and health financing in Africa, held in Brazzaville, Congo from 11th to 12th July 2019 – Hon. Sen. Femai.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Thematic Committee on Gender and Development on the plight of people with disabilities and challenges faced by women and girls with disabilities in Zimbabwe (Adjourned 19th February 2020- Hon Sen. Timveos).

 

[Days elapsed: 14]

 

Question proposed:  That this House takes note of the Thematic Committee on Gender and Development on the plight of people with disabilities and challenges faced by women and girls with disabilities in Zimbabwe S.C. 18, 2019) – Hon. Sen. Ncube.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the unconditional and immediate removal of the illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe (Adjourned 19th February, 2020—Hon.

Mathuthu).  

[Days elapsed: 16]

 

Question proposed: That this House;

 

COGNISANT that the 39th Ordinary Summit of SADC Heads of States and Government held in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, strongly condemned the prolonged adverse illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the West and unequivocally called for their unconditional removal;

 

MINDFUL that SADC has always been calling for the immediate lifting of sanctions to facilitate the socio-economic recovery of the country leading to the resolution to declare the 25th October 2019 as the date on which SADC Members States collectively voice their disapproval of the illegal sanctions through various activities and platforms;

 

DEEPLY CONCERNED with the duplicity by the West and its allies who are masking the protracted illegal regime change agenda under the guise of targeted sanctions;

 

GRAVELY DISTURBED that the so-called targeted sanctions have brought untold suffering to ordinary Zimbabweans through de – industrialization resulting in high levels of unemployment, among many other economic challenges;

 

WORRIED that the crippling sanctions have affected all spheres of our economic and social services through the ever-increasing skills flight which has decimated all meaningful development in the last two decades;

 

NOTING with disdain the arrogant unilateralism and disrespect for the rule of law of countries that illegally imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe;

 

NOW, THEREFORE;

 

  • Calls upon the United States of America, the European Union and its allies to urgently and unconditionally remove the illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe at their instigation as these have resulted in horrendous suffering of the ordinary Zimbabwean citizens;
  • Resolves that dialogue be given a chance and that the perpetrators be encouraged by the collective voice of the SADC Region to urge their governments to lift all forms of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe;
  • Applauds the SADC Region for rising with one voice in support of the unconditional and immediate removal of the illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe-Hon Sen. Mbohwa.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (Adjourned 19th February, 2020 – Hon. Mathuthu)

    

                                                                                     [Time elapsed: 3 hour 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 ParliamentHon. Sen. Muzenda.

 

 

6.      MINISTER OF JUSTICE, LEGAL AND PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS  

 

THAT WHEREAS section 327(2) 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 Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and on the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management (Joint Convention) was adopted on 5 September 1997, and opened for signature on 29 September 1997;

 

WHEREAS The Republic of Zimbabwe is not a signatory to the aforesaid Convention;

 

WHEREAS the Joint Convention entered into force on 18 June 2001;

 

WHEREAS Article 39 of the Joint Convention provides that the Convention shall be  open for accession by all States;

 

AND WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe is desirous of becoming a Party to the   Joint Convention;

 

NOW THEREFORE, in terms of section 327(2) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, this   House resolves that the aforesaid Convention be and is hereby approved.

 

7.       MINISTER OF JUSTICE, LEGAL AND PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS

 

THAT WHEREAS section 327(2) 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 Convention On the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear

Facilities was adopted by the International Atomic Energy Agency General

Conference on the 26th October1979, in Vienna, Austria and opened for signature at

Vienna and New York on 3rd March 1980 and entered into force on the 8th of     February 1987;

 

WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe has not signed the Convention;

 

WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe is desirous of becoming party on the

Convention to establish measures related to the prevention, detection and punishment  of offenses relating to nuclear material;

 

WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe is desirous of ratifying the aforesaid  convention;

 

AND WHEREAS the entry into force of the aforesaid convention shall be conditional  upon its ratification by member states in accordance with their constitutional   procedures;

 

NOW THEREFORE, in terms of section 327(2)(a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe,   this House resolves that the aforesaid Convention be and is hereby approved.

 

8.     MINISTER OF JUSTICE, LEGAL AND PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS

 

THAT WHEREAS in terms of section 327(2)(a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that an convention, treaty or agreement acceded to, concluded or executed by or executed by or under the authority of the President with one of more foreign states of governments or international organisations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

 

WHEREAS the Convention on Assistance in the Case of a Nuclear Accident or Radiological Emergency was adopted by the International Atomic Energy Agency General Conference at its special session, held on 24 to 26 September 1986, and opened for signature at Vienna on 26 September 1986 and at New York on October 1986 and entered into force on 26th February 1987;

 

WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe is desirous of becoming Party to the Convention to set out a framework for co-operation with other state parties and with the International Atomic Energy Agency to facilitate prompt assistance in the event of a nuclear accident or radiological emergency to minimize its consequences and to protect life, property and the environment from the effects of radioactive releases;

 

WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe is desirous of ratifying Convention on Assistance         in the Case of a Nuclear Accident or Radiological Emergency;

 

AND WHEREAS the entry into force of the aforesaid Treaty shall be conditional upon  its ratification by Member States in accordance with their constitutional procedures;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, in terms of section 327(2) (a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, this House resolves that the aforesaid Agreement be and is hereby approved for ratification.

 

9.       MINISTER OF JUSTICE, LEGAL AND PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS

 

THAT WHEREAS section 327(2) 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 Additional Protocol to the Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement

(Protocol) was approved by the International Atomic Energy Agency Board of

Governors in 1997;  

 

WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe is party to the Non-proliferation of Nuclear
Weapons Treaty (NTP) but has not signed the Additional Protocol; and  

 

WHEREAS, Article 17 of the Protocol provides that the protocol shall enter into force on the date on which the agency receives from Zimbabwe written notification that

Zimbabwe’s statutory and/or constitutional requirements for entry into force have been

met or upon signature by the representatives of Zimbabwe and the Agency;  ``

 

NOW THEREFORE, in terms of section 327(2)(a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, this House resolves that the aforesaid Convention be and is hereby approved.

 

10.       MINISTER OF JUSTICE, LEGAL AND PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS

 

THAT WHEREAS section 327(2)(a) 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 Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident was adopted by the International Atomic Energy Agency General Conference at its special session, 2426 September 1986, and opened for signature at Vienna on 26 September 1986 and at

New York on 6 October 1986 and entered into force on the 27th October 1986;

 

WHEREAS Zimbabwe signed the Convention on the 26th of September 1986;

 

WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe is desirous of becoming part of the Convention to provide relevant information about nuclear accidents as early as possible in order that the trans boundary radiological consequences can be minimized;

 

WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe is desirous of ratifying the aforesaid convention;

 

AND WHEREAS the entry into force of the aforesaid convention shall be conditional upon its ratification by Member States in accordance with their constitutional procedures;

 

NOW THEREFORE, in terms of section 327(2) (a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, this House resolves that the aforesaid Convention be and is hereby approved for ratification.

 

 

 

 

 

MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES

 

 

Thursday, 20th February, 2020

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room 3

 

 Indigenisation and Empowerment: Hon. Sen. Mbohwa M. (Chairperson); Hon.  Sen. Chirongoma J. M; Hon. Chief Chitanga, Hon. Sen. Chief Chikwaka; Hon. Sen.

Chief Chundu; Hon. Sen. Dube A; Hon. Sen. Femai M; Hon. Sen. Komichi M;

Hon. Sen. Makone T; Hon. Malinga J. T; Hon. Sen Mpofu B; Hon. Sen. Ndlovu P;  Hon. Sen. Chief Nechombo; Hon. Chief Nembire; Hon. Sen. Chief Nhema; Hon.  Sen. Chief Nyangazonke; Hon. Sen. Phuti M; Hon. Sen. Rambanepasi C; Hon. Sen.  Tsomondo B; Hon. Sen. Zivira H. (Committee Clerk - Mr. B. M. Nyathi)

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room 4

 

 Peace and Security: Hon. Sen. Dr. Parirenyatwa P. D. (Chairperson); Hon. Sen.  Chabuka K; Hon. Sen. Chief Charumbira; Hon. Sen. Chifamba J; Hon. Sen.  Chimbudzi A; Hon. Sen. Dube M. R; Hon. Sen. Komichi M; Hon. Sen. Makone T;  Hon. Sen. Chief Makumbe; Hon. Sen. Chief Mapungwana; Hon. Sen. Mathuthu T;  Hon. Sen. Matiirira A; Hon. Sen. Chief Matsiwo; Hon. Sen. Mkhwebu A; Hon.  Sen. Mohadi T. B; Hon. Sen. Moyo S. K; Hon. Sen. Mudzuri E; Hon. Sen.  Mwonzora D; Hon. Sen. Ncube S; Hon. Sen. Ndlovu M; Hon. Sen. Chief Ngezi;  Hon.  Sen. Chief Ngungumbane; Hon. Sen. Chief Ntabeni; Hon. Sen. Nyathi R;  Hon. Sen. Chief Siansali; Hon. Sen. Dr. Sekeramayi S. T; Hon. Sen. Sinampande H.

M; Hon. Sen. Timveos L. (Committee Clerk—Mr. P. S. Munjenge)

 

Monday, 24th February, 2020

 

At 1400 hours in Committee Room No. 3

 

Gender Development and Empowerment: Hon Sen. Ncube S. (Chairperson);  Hon. Sen. Chifamba J; Hon. Sen. Chief Chikwaka; Hon. Sen. Chimbudzi A; Hon.  Sen. Hungwe O; Hon. Sen. Khupe W; Hon. Sen.  Mavetera T; Hon.Sen. Moeketsi

V; Hon. Sen. Mpofu  S; Hon. Sen. Muronzi M; Hon. Sen. Ndlovu P; Hon. Sen.  Chief Nembire; Hon. Sen.  Nyathi R; Hon. Sen. Timire R; Hon. Sen. Chief  Nhema; Hon. Sen. Nyathi R;  Hon. Sen. Timire R;  Hon. Sen. Wunganai T; Hon.  Sen. Zivira H. (Committee Clerk - Mr. L. Majoni)

 

 

At 1400 hours in the National Assembly

 

 HIV and AIDS: Hon. Sen. Femai M. (Chairperson); Hon. Sen. Chief Chitanga;   Hon. Sen. Dube A; Hon. Sen. Chabuka K; Hon. Sen. Chifamba J; Hon. Sen.   Chirongoma J. M; Hon. Sen. Dube A; Hon. Sen. Dube M. R; Hon. Sen. Komichi M;  Hon. Sen. Maluleke O. M; Hon. Sen. Chief Mapungwana; Hon. Sen. Mathuthu T;  Hon. Sen. Matiirira A; Hon. Sen. Chief Matsiwo; Hon. Sen. Dr. Mavetera T; Hon.  Sen. Mbowa M; Hon. Sen.  Mkhwebu A; Hon. Sen. Ndlovu M; Hon. Sen. Ndlovu

P; Hon. Sen. Dr. Parirenyatwa P. D; Hon. Sen. Phuthi M; Hon. Sen. Rambanepasi C;  Hon. Sen. Chief Siansali;  Hon.  Sen. Shoko G; Hon. Sen. Sinampande H. M;  Hon. Sen. Timveos L; Hon. Sen. Tongogara A; Hon. Sen. Tsomondo B. (Committee  Clerk - Mrs. E. Mafuruse)

 

At 1400 hours in Committee Room No. 4

 

 Human Rights: Hon Sen. Dr. Sekeramayi S. T. (Chairperson); Hon. Sen. Chief              Charumbira Hon. Sen. Chinake V; Hon. Sen. Gumpo S; Hon. Sen. Gweshe K; Hon.  Sen. Chief  Makumbe; Hon. Sen.  Chief Mapungwana; Hon. Sen. Chief Masendu;  Hon. Chief  Mathupula; Hon. Sen. Mavetera T; Hon. Sen. Mohadi T. B; Hon. Sen.  Mwonzora D; Hon. Sen. Mupfumira P., Hon. Sen. Muzenda T. V; Hon. Sen. Chief  Ngezi; Hon. Sen. Chief Ntabeni; Hon.  Sen. Chief Nyangazonke; Hon. Sen.  Shumba C; Hon. Sen.  Rwambiwa E. (Committee Clerk - Ms. K. Usai)

 

 

Tuesday, 25th February, 2020

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 413

 

Sustainable Development Goals: Hon Sen. Chief Mtshane K. (Chairperson); Hon.

Sen. Chidawu O; Hon. Sen. Chinake V; Hon. Sen. Chief Chundu; Hon. Sen. Gweshe K; Hon. Sen.  Hungwe O. S; Hon. Sen. Khupe W; Hon. Sen. Maluleke O. M; Hon.

Sen. Chief Masendu; Hon. Sen.Chief Mathupula; Hon. Sen. Moeketsi V;  Hon. Sen.

Mpofu B; Hon. Sen. Mpofu S; Hon. Sen. Mudzuri E; Hon. Sen. Mupfumira P, Hon.

Sen. Muzenda  T. V; Hon. Sen. Chief Nechombo; Hon. Sen. Rwambiwa E; Hon. Sen.

Shoko G; Hon. Sen. Shumba C; Hon. Sen.Timire R; Hon. Sen. Tongogara A. K; Hon.

Sen. Wunganayi T. (Committee Clerk - Mr. B. Vangiranai)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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