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SENATE VOTES 30 July 2019 62

ADVANCE COPY- UNCORRECTED

No. 62

 

 

PARLIAMENT

 

OF

 

 ZIMBABWE

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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE

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FIRST SESSION - NINTH PARLIAMENT

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TUESDAY, 30TH JULY 2019

 

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Half past two o’clock pm.

    

The President of the Senate in the Chair.

PRAYERS.

Members Present

Charumbira Chief

Chifamba J.,

Chinake V.,

Chirongoma J. M.,

Chundu Chief,

Dube A.,

Dube M. R., Femai M.

Gumpo S.,

Hungwe J. D.,

Hungwe S.O

Komichi M.,

Makone. T, M

Makumbe Chief,

Maluleke O. M.,

Mapungwana Chief,

Masendu Chief,

Mavetera T.,

Mathupula Chief,

Mathuthu T.,

Matiirira A.,

Matsiwo Chief,

Mbohwa M.,

Mkhwebu A., Moeketsi V.,

Mohadi T. B.,

Moyo S. K.,

Mpofu S.,

Mudzuri E.,

Muzenda V. T.,

Mtshane L K Chief

Ndlovu M.,

Ndlovu P.,

Nechombo Chief,

Ngezi Chief

Ntabeni Chief,

Nyambuya M. R.,

Nyangazonke Chief,

Parirenyatwa P. D.,

Phuthi M.,

Rambanepasi C.,

Rwambiwa E.,

Sekeramayi S. T.,

Shoko G.,

Shumba C.,

Siansali Chief,

Sinampande H., Timveos L., Tsomondo B., 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

 

  1. Sen. Chifamba, seconded by Hon. Sen. Phuti, moved: That Notice of Motion No.

1, for today, stands over until Orders of the Day Nos. 2 to 8 have been disposed of.

Motion put and agreed to. 

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the need for a legislative framework on pensions and insurance benefits (Adjourned 24th July, 2019 – Sen. Mavetera)

 

[Day elapsed:  3]

              Question again proposed: That this House;

 

 CONCERNED with the glaring gap in the regulatory framework on matters to deal  with administration and compensation of policy holders and pensioners whenever a  plethora of irregularities arise, a situation that has resulted in pensioners and policy  holders, being prejudiced of their benefits;

 

 

FURTHER CONCERNED that some administrators of pensions and insurance services have taken advantage of the economic challenges to cause further prejudice by coming up with inaccurate benefit calculations, engaging in governance malpractices within pension schemes and insurance policies, poor accounting and record keeping and manipulating regulations and legislation to their benefit;

 

DISTURBED by the complete disregard of the welfare of pensioners by the concerned authorities;

 

NOW THEREFORE, resolves that:

 

  1. the Executive establishes an adequately empowered entity to address challenges affecting pensioners and policy holders with a view to comprehensively      compensate all those who have been prejudiced;

 

  1. pensions and insurance legislation be urgently reviewed in order to eliminate loopholes that have been exploited to prejudice policy holders and pensioners; 

 

  1. new regulatory approaches be introduced in order to cater for the interests of all stakeholders, pensioners and policy holders before the end of this year; and

      

  1. the Executive urgently implements recommendations of the Justice Smith Commission of Enquiry on Pensions and Insurance Benefits Sen. Timveos

 

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

  1. The Deputy President of the Senate informed the Senate that all Members of the Committee on Standing Rules and Orders, the President of the Senate’s Panel and Chairpersons of Thematic Committees were invited by the Presiding Officers of Parliament, to the handover to the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing, of donations to victims of Cylcone Idai, at 0900 hrs in the Members Dining Hall.
  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the need for the enforcement of the law on child marriages (Adjourned 24th July,2019 – Sen. Tongogara)

 

[Days elapsed:  5]

     

Question again proposed: That this House;

 

RECALLING that child marriages were a rare occurrence before Zimbabwe’s independence; 

            

NOTING that the extended family, community leadership and members used to play a critical role of inculcating good morals and values in children, a culture which minimised child marriages;

 

CONCERNED by the disintegration of the extended family unit and the community social moral fabric resulting in increased number of juveniles entering into marriage partnerships with adults;

NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon the Government in collaboration with other stakeholders including traditional and religious leaders to vigorously enforce the law against offenders engaging in child marriages and inculcate cultural values that ultimately discourage and bring to an end all forms of child marriages- Hon. Sen. Tongogara

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

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the perennial shortages of clean and potable water in          most towns and growth points (Adjourned 24th July, 2019 – Hon. Sen. Wunganayi)

 

[Days elapsed:  6]

  

     

Question again proposed: That this House;

COGNISANT that Section 77 (a) recognises the right of every person to safe, clean and potable water;

DEEPLY CONCERNED by the perennial shortage of clean and potable water in most towns and growth points, which has over the years greatly contributed to an outbreak of waterborne diseases such as cholera and typhoid;

NOTING that according to the Ministry of Health and Child Care, more than US$50 million was utilised in containing the cholera outbreak during the year 2018 alone; NOW THEREFORE, calls upon Government to urgently allocate foreign currency to local authorities for the development of water infrastructure in towns and growth points and purchasing water treatment chemicals. Hon. Sen. Wunganayi.

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

  1. On the motion of the Hon. Hon. Sen. Muzenda seconded by Hon. Sen. Mohadi: The Senate adjourned at eighteen minutes to five o’clock pm.
  1.                                                                                                 M. CHINOMONA,

President of the Senate.

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 31ST JULY, 2019

 

 ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICE OF MOTION 

  1. HON. SEN. CHIFAMBA HON. SEN. SHOKO

              That this House;

 COGNISANT that Section 73 of the Constitution obligates the State to protect the  environment for the benefit of present and future generations through reasonable legislative  and other measures that prevent pollution and ecological degradation, promote conservation  and secure ecologically sustainable development and use of natural resources;

 ALSO COGNISANT that wild animals depend on the environment as a habitat and source  of food;

 CONCERNED that human beings are endangering the survival of wild animals through the  unsustainable harvesting of wild fruits which results in human and wildlife conflict;

 FURTHER CONCERNED that environmental management agencies are failing to  adequately protect the environment as indigenous fruit trees continue to be cut  indiscriminately, thereby depriving wild animals of their source of food and shelter;

             NOW THEREFORE, resolves to:

  1. enact a law that prohibits the bulk harvesting and selling of wild fruits and policies that boost agricultural production in order to revive local industry thereby improving citizens’      source of livelihoods;

 

  1. call upon Government to adequately empower the Environmental Management Authority (EMA), including recruitment of a sufficient number of Environmental Officers to enable         the agency to effectively execute its mandate; 

 

  1. recommend to the Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry and Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing to strengthen        collaborative efforts towards protection of the environment, particularly, to stop the        cutting of trees.
  2. Adjourned debate on motion on the need for a legislative framework on pensions and insurance benefits (Adjourned 30th July, 2019 – Hon. Sen. Timveos)

 

[Days elapsed:  4]

              Question proposed: That this House;

 

 CONCERNED with the glaring gap in the regulatory framework on matters to deal  with administration and compensation of policy holders and pensioners whenever a  plethora of irregularities arise, a situation that has resulted in pensioners and policy  holders, being prejudiced of their benefits;

 

 

FURTHER CONCERNED that some administrators of pensions and insurance services have taken advantage of the economic challenges to cause further prejudice by coming up with inaccurate benefit calculations, engaging in governance malpractices within pension schemes and insurance policies, poor accounting and record keeping and manipulating regulations and legislation to their benefit;

 

DISTURBED by the complete disregard of the welfare of pensioners by the concerned authorities;

 

NOW THEREFORE, resolves that:

 

  1. the Executive establishes an adequately empowered entity to address challenges affecting pensioners and policy holders with a view to comprehensively      compensate all those who have been prejudiced;

 

  1. pensions and insurance legislation be urgently reviewed in order to eliminate loopholes that have been exploited to prejudice policy holders and pensioners; 

 

  1. new regulatory approaches be introduced in order to cater for the interests of all stakeholders, pensioners and policy holders before the end of this year; and

      

  1. the Executive urgently implements recommendations of the Justice Smith Commission of Enquiry on Pensions and Insurance Benefits Sen. Timveos

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the need for the enforcement of the law on child marriages (Adjourned 30th July,2019 – Hon. Sen. Muzenda.)

 

[Days elapsed:  6]

     

Question proposed: That this House;

 

RECALLING that child marriages were a rare occurrence before Zimbabwe’s independence; 

            

NOTING that the extended family, community leadership and members used to play a critical role of inculcating good morals and values in children, a culture which minimised child marriages;

 

CONCERNED by the disintegration of the extended family unit and the community social moral fabric resulting in increased number of juveniles entering into marriage partnerships with adults;

NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon the Government in collaboration with other stakeholders including traditional and religious leaders to vigorously enforce the law against offenders engaging in child marriages and inculcate cultural values that ultimately discourage and bring to an end all forms of child marriages- Hon. Sen. Tongogara

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the perennial shortages of clean and potable water in          most towns and growth points (Adjourned 30th July, 2019 – Hon. Sen. Timveos)

 

[Days elapsed:  7]

  

     

Question proposed: That this House;

COGNISANT that Section 77 (a) recognises the right of every person to safe, clean and potable water;

DEEPLY CONCERNED by the perennial shortage of clean and potable water in most towns and growth points, which has over the years greatly contributed to an outbreak of waterborne diseases such as cholera and typhoid;

NOTING that according to the Ministry of Health and Child Care, more than US$50 million was utilised in containing the cholera outbreak during the year 2018 alone;

NOW THEREFORE, calls upon Government to urgently allocate foreign currency to local authorities for the development of water infrastructure in towns and growth points and purchasing water treatment chemicals. Hon. Sen. Wunganayi.

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Thematic Committee on Gender and Development on Cancer Treatment and Control in Zimbabwe (Adjourned 24th   July, 2019 – Sen. Shoko)

[Days elapsed: 6]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the Thematic   Committee on Gender and Development on Cancer Treatment and Control in Zimbabwe (S. C.  8, 2019)Hon. Sen. Ncube.

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Speaker of National Assembly, Hon.

Advocate J. F. Mudenda’s Bilateral Visit to the Shura Advisory      Council,          Doha, Qatar, 30th March to 4th April, (Adjourned 17th July, 2019 – Hon. Sen. Muzenda)

[Days elapsed: 15]

 

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

 National Assembly, Hon. Advocate J. F. Mudenda’s Bilateral Visit to the Shura

 Advisory Council, Doha, Qatar, 30th March to 4th April,Hon. Sen. Chief    Mtshane

  1. Adjourned debate on the Report of the delegation to the 44th Plenary Assembly of             the SADC Parliamentary Forum (Adjourned 17th July, 2019- Sen. Mohadi).

 

[Days elapsed:  20]

  

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the delegation to the

44th Plenary Assembly of the SADC Parliamentary Forum held at Joachim Chissano

International Conference Centre, Maputo, Mozambique from 6th November to 8th December 2018.- Hon. Sen. Mohadi

 

  1. COMMITTEE: To resume on the Adverse Report by the Parliamentary Legal Committee on Statutory Instrument No. 247 of 2018, Agricultural Marketing Authority (Command Agriculture Scheme for Domestic Crop, Livestock and Fisheries Production) Regulations, 2018 published in the Gazette during the month of November, 2018. (progress reported 5th March) – Samukange.

 

___________________________________________________________________ THURSDAY, 1ST AUGUST, 2019

 

QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWERS.

* QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE.

 

QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE.

 

*1.  HON. SEN. TIMVEOS: To ask the Minister of Finance and Economic Development to state whether Chinese businesses operating in the mining sector are paying any royalties to Government and if so, to advise on the total amount paid in 2017.

  [Deferred from 1st November, 2018]

 

*2.       HON. SEN. MOHADI: To ask the Minister of Finance and Economic Development to inform the House how funds collected from the Health Post at Beitbridge Border Post are disbursed and utilised.

                                                                                                         [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*3. HON. SEN. TONGOGARA: To ask the Minister of Finance and Economic  Development to inform the House the measures being taken by the Government to  monitor and enforce  compliance to Statutory Instrument 142 Reserve Bank of  Zimbabwe (Legal Tender) Regulations 2019, as business operators in down town  Harare continue to charge their products in foreign  currency.

*4.          HON. SEN. MOHADI: To ask the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural

           Development to update the House on progress made by the Ministry on fencing the             Bulawayo- Beitbridge as a remedial measure to keep away stray animals along the             road.

 [Deferred from 1st November, 2018]

*5.         HON. SEN. TONGOGARA: To ask the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural

      Development to inform the House the measures being put in place by the Ministry to           normalise the issuing of vehicle number plates.

*6.         HON. SEN. CHIEF CHIKWAKA: To ask the Minister of Primary and Secondary

Education to advise on government’s policy regarding students who dropped out of school due to the fact that their parents could not afford to pay incentives that were required by teachers before the year 2013, resulting in such students being a menace to the communities.

 

[Deferred from 11th October, 2018]

*7.

 

HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprise Development to state the current number of women with disabilities in the country by age and per province.

                                                                                          [Deferred from 20th June, 2019]

*8.

HON. SEN. DUBE A: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to state when the construction of student nurses’ accommodation at Tsholotsho District Hospital will be completed.

                                                                                   [Deferred from 20th June, 2019] 

*9.

HON. SEN. S. NCUBE: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to explain to the House the policy regarding goods donated to hospitals and clinics.

                                                                                    [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*10.

HON. SEN. S. NCUBE: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to inform the House the circumstances relating to the dumping of goods donated to Chiredzi District Hospital at a time when there is acute shortage of such goods at the Hospital.

                                                                                    [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*11.

HON. SEN. MAVETERA: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to inform the House on the progress made towards the construction of a central drug store at Harare Central Hospital.

                                                                                    [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*12.

HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs to explain measures being taken to ensure gender equality in appointment of Commissioners to independent Commissions.

                                                                                      [Deferred from 20th June, 2019]

*13.

HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs to explain measures being taken to end child marriages which are on the rise in Zimbabwe.

                                                                                   [Deferred from 20th June, 2019] 

*14.

HON. SEN. MAVETERA: To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare to explain to the House the recruitment procedures for officers at management level at health institutions and to state whether any procedures were followed in the recruitment of the current Chief Executive Officer for Harare Central Hospital.

                                                                                    [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*15. HON. SEN. MAVETERA: To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare to:

  1. inform the House on the progress made in fulfilment of the promises made by Government to health workers following their last industrial action; and
  1. state the number of health workers who have benefitted from the customs duty        free vehicle scheme to date.

                                                                                                  [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*16.     HON. SEN. SHOKO: To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare to:

  1. inform the House why Government refused the supervision of implementation of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Commission of Inquiry Report and Observation of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Recommendations of Standards.
  1. state when the implementation of recommendations of the ILO Committee on        Application of Standards will commence, including; labour reforms, reregistration                  of labour unions that had their certificates  revoked and also when the harassment                of leaders of trade unions will come to an end.

[Deferred from 25th July 2019]

*17.

HON. SEN. SHOKO: To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare to explain to the House when the International Labour Organisation Convention No. 190 on Violence and Harassment and Recommendation No. 206 concerning the Elimination of Violence and Harassment in the World of Work will be ratified and domesticated by Zimbabwe.

[Deferred from 25th July 2019]

*18.

HON. SEN. MOHADI: To ask the Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and

Rural Resettlement to state when the Tshikwalakwala Irrigation Scheme in

Beitbridge East Constituency will be rehabilitated in order to mitigate the challenge of food shortages.

                                                                                    [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*19.

HON. SEN. MOHADI: To ask the Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and

Rural Resettlement to inform the House why there is no maize grain at the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) Depot in Beitbridge, a situation that has resulted in people incurring high costs of transporting grain from the Bulawayo GMB Depot.

                                                                                    [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*20.

HON. SEN. MAVETERA: To ask the Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement to state:  the amount of financial resources released by the Treasury towards financing the Command Agriculture Programme this farming season and to confirm whether such allocation will be adequate for the expected outputs.

                                                                                    [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*21.

HON. SEN. MAVETERA: To ask the Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement to inform the House the national cereal crop output produced this farming season and to also state the proportion contributed by the Command Agriculture Programme.

                                                                                                  [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*22. HON. SEN. MAVETERA: To ask the Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement to inform the House the total number of wheat farmers in the country and to explain the measures being taken by Government as an incentive to farmers to venture into wheat production.

                                                                                                  [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

  1. HON. SEN. MAVETERA: To ask the Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement to:
  1. inform the House the amount of maize delivered to the Grain Marketing Board by A2 farmers during the 2018-2019 farming season; and
  1. explain whether the Ministry has set any production targets for those allocated A2 farms and if there are any repercussions for those who underutilize the land.

                                                                                                  [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*24. HON. SEN. MAVETERA: To ask the Minister of Energy and Power Development to inform the House the strategies in place to address the current electricity challenges faced by the country and state when the power outages are expected to end and the situation returns to normalcy, thereby facilitating industrial production.

                                                                                                  [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*25.     HON. SEN. MOHADI: To ask the Minister of Energy and Power Development to inform the House when the electricity fault at Chief Matibe’s Homestead will be rectified.

                                                                                                  [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*26.       HON. SEN. MAVETERA: To ask the Minister of Foreign Affairs to:

  1. inform the House the number of foreign embassies that Zimbabwe has worldwide and to give a detailed breakdown of the investments that each one of them has brought to the country during the past 2 years; and
  2. justify the continued existence of embassies that are not bringing any meaningful investments to the country.

                                                                                                  [Deferred from 18th July 2019]

*27.     HON. SEN. TIMVEOS: To ask the Minister of Mines and Mining Development to explain to the House measures being taken by the Ministry to:

  1. assist former workers of Mbada Diamonds to receive their outstanding wages since the latter still cannot access their operating license despite a ruling to this effect by the Constitutional Court.
  1. facilitate the rehiring of former workers of Mbada Diamonds by the Zimbabwe Consolidated Development Company or provision of termination of employment benefits in line with the Labour Court Ruling.

                                                                                   [Deferred from 18th July 2019] ______________________________________________________________________

 

 

MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES

 

Thursday, 1st August, 2019

 

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. W. Marume)

 

 

 

Monday, 5th August, 2019

 

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. 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 - Mr. K. Usai)

 

Tuesday, 6th August, 2019

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

  1. 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. 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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