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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY HANSARD - 2 March 2010 VOL. 36 NO. 24

PARLIAMENT OF ZIMBABWE

Tuesday, 2nd March, 2010

The House of Assembly met at a Quarter-past Two O'clock p.m

PRAYERS

(MR. SPEAKER in the Chair)

ANNOUNCEMENT BY MR. SPEAKER

MR. SPEAKER'S RULING ON SUBMISSION OF NOTICES OF MOTIONS

MR. SPEAKER:  Hon members, following the misunderstanding that was created when Hon Bhasikiti was giving his Notice of Motion on 2nd February 2010 in the presence of the Acting Speaker, I wish to make a clarification. 

          It has been the standing practice that all Notices of Motions should be submitted in advance before being given in the House.  This arrangement is meant to ensure that members’ Notices of Motions comply with the provisions of Standing Order No. 36 which states that:-

          “Any Bill, motion, question or notice which in the opinion of the Speaker, contains derogatory, disrespectful, offensive or unbecoming references to the Head of State, Parliament or its members, or the Speaker, or contains unbecoming expressions or is of a frivolous nature or offends against these Standing Orders or is otherwise out of order, shall be discharged from the Order Paper or withheld from publication or amended by the Speaker before it appears on the Order Paper.”

          The interpretation of the provisions of this Standing Order is that, where a Notice of Motion is already on the Order Paper, but in the opinion of the Speaker, is irregular or unbecoming, such notice can be discharged from the Order Paper.  On the other hand, the Standing Order authorises the Speaker to withhold from publication or to amend the Notice of Motion before it appears on the Order Paper.

          This Standing Order defers to the opinion of Mr. Speaker to assess the admissibility of motions and thus order the discharge from the Order Paper, or to withhold from publication or amend any motion or Notice of Motion.

          For Mr Speaker to form an opinion on whether to withhold from publication or to amend a motion, it has been the practice of this Parliament and indeed other Parliaments, for Mr. Speaker to have sight of motions before publication.  This is good practice as it ensures smooth management of our Parliamentary business.

          I want to assure honourable members that in coming up with an opinion, the Speaker takes advice from Clerks at the Table, hold consultations with Whips and the members concerned.  This practice has worked well.

          Satisfied with this precedence, I rule that the practice that all Notices of Motions be submitted in advance be maintained.  All Notices of Motions must therefore be submitted to the Clerk's Office no later than 11am on the day on which Notice is given.  Any Notice of Motion that fails to abide by the standing practice will not be allowed.

MOTION          

BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

THE MINISTER OF ECONOMIC PLANNING AND INVESTMENT PROMOTION:  I move that Orders of the Day, Numbers 1 to 4 be stood over until all the Orders of the Day are disposed of,

          Motion put and agreed to.

MOTION

UNCONDITIONAL REMOVAL OF SANCTIONS

MR BHASIKITI:  I move the motion standing in my name;

That this House:-

          Calls upon the Hon. Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and the Hon Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara to engage the European Union, the United Nations, the British and the American Governments to urgently and unconditionally remove the illegal sanctions imposed at their instigation on the government and people of Zimbabwe as confessed in the British  Parliament by the Foreign Affairs Secretary Mr David Milliband.

          MR. MUKANDURI: I second.

          MR BHASIKITI: Thank you Mr. Speaker Sir, I stand to move this motion but in doing so, I want to join the nation in commemorating the positive and unequivocal position taken by our leaders in unifying the nation and uniting us as Members of Parliament.  They have also taken the concerns of the nation.   This motion is more to strengthen our togetherness, the unity of our country and the unity of our Members of Parliament in this House.  No insulting statements in this House will be tolerated and it will be undesirable for anyone to assume or take this opportunity in this motion to divide us. 

          First of all, I want to pay tribute to the Prime  Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister for taking an unequivocal  steps in supporting the Land Reform programme that this process will not be reversed, thereby joining His Excellency, Cde. R.G. Mugabe in saying that the land belongs to the Zimbabweans. Realizing this factor, it means as Zimbabweans we are speaking with one voice on issues pertaining to national interest.  The land reform was an issue of national interest but it has been used by our detractors to create disunity and animosity amongst ourselves: today we must speak and walk, talking of the fact that our unity government has sent shockwaves in the international community that Zimbabweans cannot be separated by some schemes which are meant to divide the leadership.  As I said, I want you to take note that in 1980 when we gained our political independence when the then Prime Minister declared the spirit of reconciliation to the nation, the international world spoke well of President Mugabe and they took him as a voice of reason internationally and in Africa as a whole.  It should be noted that the only reason that they were speaking good of him was the fact that he did not disturb the status quo.

          The land reform was an issue which was  presented to us, by yesterday colonial masters saw an opportunity to divide us but I am only happy that all parties are one on saying land reform is irreversible.  After the 2000 to 2002 elections, the international community especially Western countries, saw that the people of Zimbabwe are getting closer and closer to each other by the day and the only thing for them was to whisper evil things of those who were participating in the political field.  They offered money for campaign for regime change in return for the land.

          Mr Speaker Sir, what the Prime Minister said yesterday, he has given a New Year's party or Christmas box before it occurred to the nation of Zimbabwe. He has demonstrated his love for the nation and demonstrated beyond doubt that he is concerned about the suffering of the people of Zimbabwe and that is all we desire as a nation from a leader.  We want our leaders to feel for us, to feel for the generality of the people when they are suffering and find solutions to their problems. 

          Definitely the motion as it stood just wanted to see and hear these voices going across to the international community as they are doing now and as far as I am concerned, all hats are down in  saluting the Prime Minister.  And I sincerely wish him well and I hope this will continue  -[HON. MEMBERS:  Inaudible interjections]

          MR SPEAKER: Order, order, order.

          MR. BHASIKITI: Thank you Mr Speaker Sir, you find that I am finding it difficult to continue to  say more words concerning this motion because the whole purpose of this motion was answered and what we are praying for now as we move forward is to  shame those who were trying to divide us.  Other nations are good at dividing us by making statements and putting names for us.  If at all -[HON. MEMBERS:  Inaudible interjections]

          MR SPEAKER: Order, order, order.

          MR BHASIKITI:  What I wanted to put across is that there is no reason for those who wanted to hide behind MDC and inflict pain on the nation, now let them demonstrate it now that everybody is speaking with one voice.  We want to see America remove the sanctions because they cannot hide behind MDC party which is against sanctions.  ZANU PF is clean and MDC too is clean, so I salute the Prime Minister for his position.      Furthermore, the Prime Minister said one very fundamental point which all of us should take note of – he said we should not be divided, we are one Government – the President Cde. Robert Mugabe and the Prime Minister himself are in one Government.  So those  who come clandestinely trying to divide them have no room.  It should be noted that before he came, Mr. Pind had a different view about Zimbabweans but when the Prime Minister shamed him by saying that we are one Government and we have one leadership he was now confused.  I think there is need for the House to stand and salute the Prime Minister for what he has said.  -[HON MEMBERS: Hear, hear.] -

          Mr. Speaker, I know it is not the first time that the Prime Minister has shamed those who thought he would be just listening to their voices by entering into the Global Political Agreement.  We all know that the Americans and the British were against it but the Prime Minister decided to do what is good for the country.  With such leadership, our country is in safe hands and our nation will prosper. 

          In closing Mr. Speaker, it would be a mere formality for our leaders to travel and declare it openly but the bottom line is that the fact has been given.  We as a nation with our leadership are in one common vision and mission and we stand for the interest of our people.  Two fundamental points are that the land issue is irreversible and sanctions are hurting our people, we agreed and who else should continue to interfer.  So Mr. Speaker, I want to take this opportunity to salute the Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister who have always been -[HON MEMBERS: Hear, hear.] - you know I cannot find words to thank and express the position taken by the Deputy Prime Minister.   Mr. Speaker, I am very much satisfied that our leaders, the Principals of the Global Political Agreement are speaking in one voice - [HON MEMBERS: Hear, hear.] - 

          MR. SPEAKER:  Order, order!

          MR. BHASIKITI:  Thank you Mr. Speaker, I was saying I am extremely satisfied that our three principals in the Global Political Agreement are speaking with one voice, common vision and there should be no interference in our nation.  So Mr. Speaker, I move that the motion be adopted as a mere formality because the work has already been done.  That prayer has already been answered.

          MR. MUKANDURI:  I wish to second this motion and in so doing I want to pay tribute to the Deputy Prime Minster in taking a very bold move in implementing what was agreed in the Global Political Agreement concerning the lifting of sanctions imposed to the nation of Zimbabwe.  I would like to say that the Prime Minister is a brave and visionary man because he knew that these sanctions destroy the economy of Zimbabwe.

          Mr. Speaker, I would now want to call the international community to respect and move forward to the call by the Hon. Prime Minister that the economic sanctions should be removed immediately.  Those nations that thought that the leadership in Zimbabwe are not united should know that the leadership in Zimbabwe is united. 

          I would like to congratulate the Prime Minister for taking a very bold decision.  This decision should be commended by both sides of the House.       

          MR MATUTU:  I would like to correct some misconceptions in this particular motion, but first of all, let me thank the hon member for moving this motion because this motion will help the nation to understand where our problems are.  It will also help us to realize that it is not every voice that you must follow.  It will help us to understand that it is critical to listen to the voice of reason than to the voice of a naked man in the graveyard.

          It is quite painful for hon members to come into this House and lie to the Nation, lie to themselves and their wives and lie to the electorate.  That is very treasonous for a person to lie in as much as it is highly treasonous for a doctor to diagonise that a person is suffering from T.B.          The motion by the Hon. Member has serious misconceptions .  I will first of all highlight them before I go into details.  The first point which is very clear is that there is an allegation that one Milliband made a confession to the fact that the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe who is the President of the MDC  has actually been implicated responsible for calling for the imposition of some misfortunes on our brothers. 

          I have gone through what Milliband said and I want to challenge anyone to come and show this House and to be honourable enough to say    Milliband said, “Tsvangirai actually called for the sanctions so we are going to consult him as to whether we should remove them” and point it to me.  This is the impression created by Bhasikiti's motion.  It is a pity that this House is here to discuss things that are not there.  You want to mislead the nation and score the first political point by first of all attributing the misfortunes of our brothers to Morgan Tsvangirai; that is not correct. 

          *If a person kills someone and the person's spirit comes back, that person is responsible for appeasing that spirit.  The second point is, you do not blame the victim for your misdeeds of killing him.  Why did you kill the person in the first place?  You were talking about kudashura  did you not hear your leaders saying such words in this House.  The issue we have here is of the misfortunes of some men who are complaining because they can no longer go to America to see their girlfriends that they sent there.  You should tell the nation the truth. 

          The only problem in this country is that we do not have men of integrity like the men on my right side.  The problem that we have is of people who colonize or invade the Reserve Bank for the love of diamonds.  That is our major problem.  Men with long arms who steal things that they did not work for or things that they were not given.  As a result, both teachers and doctors go on strike yet the diamonds are in someone's pocket.  People then have the nerve to talk about Tsvangirai who has not stolen anything.  It has been a far cry that there are sanctions, industries are not performing, tourism is non functional and everything does not work; then Mr Biti came up with STERP.  Those same industries that you were mismanaging grew from 10% and they are now around 60% despite having the same conditions.  What it simply means is that we have got men who are thieves and are unable to perform whilst those who can perform are here on my right. 

          If you look at the person who moved this motion, you can quickly come to understand where the problems of Zimbabwe are emanating from.  As I  speak, he is a person  (Mr Mohadi passes through Bhasikit's place where he used to stop by buying mangoes for his children after someone had worked hard to produce that fruit) who in January 2010 invaded a farm and stole mangoes.  Let us tell each other the truth, Bhasikiti was even selling the mangoes in the car park.

          MR BHASIKITI: On a point of order Mr Speaker. The hon member has departed from the motion and  he is beginning to allege, the man he is accusing is a holder of a Zimbabwean offer letter to occupy the land in question.  However, that being a lie, he is off the motion.

          MR SPEAKER: There is no point of order – [HON MEMBERS: Hear, hear] - Hon members there is no reason to celebrate when I make a ruling.

          *MR MATUTU: That is what you are talking about when we say an elderly man who should work on his own but he would just possess mangoes that he did not work for.  To those who are able to work do not despair.  We have a problem with people who just grab land, fail to produce and cause chaos and they blame  sanctions.  We agree that the country is rich in natural resources but where are these natural resources going if they cannot pay salaries for teachers and soldiers.  The point is if we have to come off this economic problems, stop looting and farm efficiently like Mrs Mahoka do.

          We want the proceeds from Chiadzwa and from the rhinos to put the country on the right economic footing.  The way the economy of this country was being run was very pathetic.  They would use the printing machines for 24 hours a day to print Zimbabwean dollars and from that where would we go?  From there they would go and buy 500 cars to collect money from people.  And these are some of the cars that some hon members have today.  The Governor gave hon members cars that were in the form of change.  What we suggest as young people, let us address the looting issue and all these Murambatsvina and other operations like who did you vote for?  All this was a waste of money. 

          As we speak right now they are some people who are celebrating and wondering what to grab on the new Indigenisation Policy.  People like Mutumwa Mawere had their properties looted and even mines like the Shabani Mine for example, production has decreased because we are driving the skilled aware and they say it is sanctions.  Also people like Mtuli Ncube now have big positions in institutions like the World Bank.  Lure back these skilled people and come up with policies that are conducive.  We are driving skilled people out of this country and blame it on sanctions.  These people are the ones who can educate you on how to run the economy of the country.  Remove the draconian laws like POSA and AIPPA about your failure to remove POSA and AIPPA so the people can live comfortably.  You spend your energies on irrelevant issues instead of concentrating on real issues.  Your problem is you hear some of you talking about ZDERA.  Show us a  practical example of a situation where an American Official voted in favour of not giving Zimbabwe anything.  Give us one example, the point is, if you fail to service your debt and were to go to a shop like Edgars, they will tell you that you are no longer eligible to receive some credit.    You all know it as some of you were given contract lines by Net One but you failed to pay for them and they were disconnected -[HON MEMBERS:  Inaudible Interjections].

          If you do not pay your debt, you will be imprisoned.  It is  not the issue of sanctions but your failure to pay your debts.  You were acquiring motor vehicles which you were distributing to people for free and as a result you failed to service that debt.  You are always getting your priorities wrong.  The point I am making is get your priorities right. 

          If  people behave well and pay their debts, and we have heard that our voting rights with the IMF have been restored, let us hope things will work well for you.  If you were to look back to the period of ZDERA, trade was low but now it has been enhanced.  If there is a shortage of sugar, it is caused by sanctions.  It is caused by people who planted maize in sugarcane plots.  Furthermore, if you look at the type of people who are into sugarcane farming in Triangle, most of them are cellphone farmers who are based in here in Harare who have farms in Mashonaland. How then is one able to manage a cattle ranch and a sugarcane farm in several different areas?  There is nothing wrong for one to get a farm and utilize it properly. Some Comrades  got on to tobacco farms, and there was nothing wrong with that, you should utilize the land.  But lo and behold, they started using tobacco barns as bottle stores.  If you look at the situation in our conservatories, Hon Nhema is seated over there, we used to have a lot of animals, but Hon Bhasikiti, who is seated over is one of those people who finished those animals.  We want to put the record straight, these men who are seated here and their friends are the ones who poached all these animals.  Hon Matshalaga who is seated over there is doing well.  My plea is that Hon Tsvangirai, a noble and respected man should not be blamed for such silly issues.  Do not try and impregnate men just because you have failed to impregnate your wives back home.  Thank you.

          MR SPEAKER:  Order, Order.  Hon members, why are you not ashamed of your behaviour sometimes?  Hamunyari?      Alilalelihini?

          *MRS MAHOKA:  Thank you Hon Bhasikiti for thanking the Prime Minister.  What we are talking about is an issue of truth. We do not want that man to distort what real men are saying.  We thank the Prime Minister for what he said, he was not under duress.  Let us say the truth.  Sanctions had affected the people of Zimbabwe in all sectors.  The Prime Minister advocated for the removal of sanctions because of his love for the people of Zimbabwe.  Some people do not want to see the three Principals working together for the betterment of the nation.  The Prime Minister said what was in the GPA. 

          For this country to be under sanctions is not good for the electorate.  You have to fight for  the electorate for them to have good roads and food.  Hon Bhasikiti got his farm because our Comrades died for that land.  You are now in problems because the Prime Minister is for the land.  We are with the Prime Minister and we will support him.  I want the hon. members to know that we are fully behind the Prime Minister till the end -[HON MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections]- The Prime Minister is not only your Prime Minister but ours as well.  The Prime Minister is ours for good and we would like to support him by all means necessary.

          We want to support our Prime Minister until everything falls into place. It was reported in the media that the western countries are waiting for an instruction from Tsvangirai for them to remove the sanctions. The Prime Minister was quoted on television and in the newspaper calling for the removal of sanctions, so who are you to deny that. I urge the hon members on the other side not to resist the move to lift the sanctions so that those in rural areas can also have a better livelihood so that in future they may vote for you again.

          MS T. KHUMALO: I would like to thank the mover of this motion Hon Bhasikiti. The issue of sanctions has been a bane for the MDC and a scapegoat for ZANU PF. There is great need to put the record straight on the issue of sanctions. My question to the hon House is that, are we under sanctions or not? If we are, are they targeted at Zimbabwe as a nation? Are they targeted at certain institutions and individuals? Is the effect quantifiable in real terms?  There are people on the other side who are facing what we call travel bans and freezing of their assets that are outside the country. I have evidence to that effect. I have 203 members in this document who are on travel and asset bans.

          By calling for the removal of sanctions we should ask ourselves how did these sanctions come into place.  The so called restrictive measures, and I would like to call them misfortunes  - my question is, is there any rule of law?  Is there any democracy? Is good governance in place as we speak? It is important to look at ourselves first because we are our worst enemies.  Today Zimbabwe was once upon a time a jewel state but now it is a pariah state.

          Mr Speaker Sir, the Zimbabwean populace is under sanctions as we speak. We have POSA, as we speak today as a transitional government. Activists are being arrested. Burial societies cannot congregate without informing the police.  The Labour Movement cannot demonstrate without informing the police. Remove POSA against Zimbabweans first and then sanctions will go. The political elite in this country are bemoaning their inability to access their frozen funds in foreign banks.  We are forgetting that the down trodden Zimbabweans could not access their funds in the banks. They used to stand in the queues from morning until sunset, they have forgotten that. Now it is okay for them to go and get their monies.

          To add salt to injury, the RBZ Governor started doing monopoly with our money, removing zeros as he liked and printing new notes as he liked whilst the money that they looted from this country was sitting pretty in Europe. Zimbabweans were unable to go shopping during that era of the Zimbabwe Dollar because they could not access their money. The money that we had could not even afford to buy ourselves clothes. The money was so extinct like the red Z$10 note that was once the Zimbabwean currency.  Whilst those in power were staying in power, their wives and families could go shopping around the world, parents and guardians could not afford to send their children to school whilst  their kids were in Europe. Our kids did not go to schools  because we had no teachers and textbooks, that is why they are crying.

          As women we were subjected to undignified times where we were denied hygienic sanitary towels but the political elite crossed the boarder to go and buy sanitary wear for themselves.  We were forced to use pieces of cloth and newspapers. The hospitals had no drugs but they flew outside the country and got treated. These men flew outside this country for cosmetic surgery for circumcision because they did not want to use protection.

          AIPPA was enacted and our journalists were denied to use their skills. The so called journalists left this country and worked in radio stations outside the country but today you are calling them pirate radio stations. Just to name a few who went outside this country, Chris Gandi, Brenda Moyo and Ntungamili, they are all outside this country. Those are our products but today they are not here. The moment we remove AIPPA everything will fall into place. In Ndebele we say, kawelaphi mbilaphi welapha isilonda.

          The unemployment rate was 85%and it was a huge joke. Zimbabweans were denied their livelihood whilst shops were full of empty shelves - they are forgetting that - and today they are crying about sanctions when they  brought them themselves. 

          The prawn munching political elite unleashed Operation Murambatsvina, which put to hold any hope to the right to shelter for at least 2.4 million Zimbabweans.  Those are the sanctions on Zimbabwe, they were sitting in their mansions while poor people's houses were destroyed.  Operation Murambatsvina never went to the low density suburbs.  How do you clean people when we clean  ourselves everyday?  There is no one here who has not bathed – we do clean ourselves.  Zimbabweans were beaten up and it is an open secret, women were raped and humiliated and it was a free for all.  Rape was being used as a tool to stifle women from participating in decision making.  Activists were killed and those are the sanctions against Zimbabwean people.  The only sad part of it is that there has never been legal recourse on that issue. 

          Mr. Speaker, I want to close by saying that the hollow call by ZANU PF for the removal of sanctions is a classic case of a pot demanding the fire to stop burning whilst needing the boiling water to make a cup of tea. 

          +They want us to sit on a fire that they made themselves.  They want us to burn with them.  We are saying they should come out of the burning charcoal and help us to rebuild this country. 

          Mr. Speaker, I will submit this document where there are 203 people named.  59 of them are in this august House and the reason why they are on travel bans and asset freeze – it says, “serious undermining of democracy in respect of the human rights violations and the rule of law”.  Out of the 59, nine of them are sitting on the other side of the House.  There were 44 companies listed.  Out of the 44, only 9 were Government companies, the rest were for individuals, including those owned by Members of this august House.

          So, I think it is important that the electorate – the people that voted us into power should see this information so that they make their own calculated decisions in terms of the issue of sanctions so that the truth be told to the electorate.  So, I urge Members over there to make sure that if they do not follow the requirements of those that put these misfortunes on them, they would only have healed the wound and not the bacteria that causes the wound. 

          +They attracted  these misfortunes on  themselves and now that these misfortunes are biting them, they also want us to be bitten as well.  What we want to say to them is that we will watch from behind until they find ways of removing those misfortunes on them.  Zimbabwe is tired of crying everyday and yet there is nothing being done.  The people have no electricity and water.  Children are no  longer receiving a good education because teachers do not get a decent salary.  So, I would like to tell them that it is them who should do something to remove these misfortunes from themselves.

COUNCIL COMMON POSITION 2009/68/CFSP

of 26 January 2009

renewing restrictive measures against Zimbabwe.

                THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

                Having regard to the Treaty on European Union, and in particular Article 15 thereof,

                WHEREAS:

  1. On 19 February 2004, the Council adopted Common Position 2004/161/CFSP (1), renewing restrictive measures against Zimbabwe.
  2. Council Common Position 2008/135/CFSP (2), adopted on 18 February 2008, extended Common Position 2004/161/CFSP until 20 February 2009.
  3. In  view of the situation in Zimbabwe, in particular given the violence organized and committed by the Zimbabwean authorities and the continued blocking of the implementation of the political agreement signed on 15 September 2008, Common Position 2004/161/CFSP should be extended for a further period of 12 months.
  4. Moreover, certain persons and entities associated with the government of Zimbabwe and whose activities seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law in Zimbabwe should be added to the list set out in the Annex to Common Position 2004/161/CFSP.
  5. The list set out in the Annex to Common Position 2004/161/CFSP should also be amended to take account of changes in the functions of certain persons and to include additional identifiers for certain persons and entities,

HAS ADOPTED THIS COMMON POSITION

Article 1

Common Position 2004/161/CFSP shall be extended until 20 February 2010.

Article 2

The Annex to Common Position 2004/161/CFSP shall be replaced by the Annex to this Common Position.

Article 3

This Common Position shall take effect on the date of its adoption.

Article 4

This Common Position shall be published in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Done at Brussels, 26 January 2009.

 

                For the Council

                The President

                 A. VONDRA.

                LIST OF PERSONS REFERRED TO IN ARTICLES 4 AND 5              OF COMMON POSITION 2004/161/CFSP

  1. PERSONS

1.  Mugabe, Robert Gabriel                               President, Born 21.2.1924, Passport                                                                                                                                                                AD001095.  Head of Government and as                                                                                                                                                     such, responsible for activities that                                                                                                                                                                  seriously undermine democracy, respect                                                                                                                                                        for human rights and rule of law.

  1. Abu Basutu, Titus M.J.                                              Air Vice-Marshal, Matabeleland South.                                                                                                                                                  Directly involved in the terror campaign                                                                                                                                                 waged before and during the elections.
  2. Al Shanfari, Thamer Bin                                           Former Chairman of Oryx Group and                                                                                                                                                    Oryx Natural Resources, born 3.1.1968                                                                                                                                                  (see item 22 in part II).  Ties to the                                                                                                                                          Government and involved in activities                                                                                                                                                   that seriously undermine democracy,                                                                                                                                                      respect for human rights and the rule of                                                                                                                                                 law.
  3. Barwe, Reuben                                                            Journalist with Zimbabwe Broadcasting                                                                                                                                                 Corporation, born 19.3.1953, passport                                                                                                                                                   BN311374.  Whipped up the government –                                                                                                                                          orchestrated terror campaign before and                                                                                                                                               during the 2008 elections.
  4. Bonyongwe, Happyton                                             Director-General Central Intelligence                                                                                                                                                      Organization, born 6.11.1960, Passport                                                                                                                                                  AD002214.  Ties to the Government and                                                                                                                                               complicit in forming or directing repressive                                                                                                                                            state policy.
  5. Bonyongwe, Willa (a.k.a. Willia)                              Chair of Securities Commission, married to                                                                                                                           Happyton Bonyongwe. Supporter and                                                                                                                                                   beneficiary of the regime through                                                                                                                                                            appointment and through close association                                                                                                                                          with key member of the Government.
  6. Bredenkamp, John Arnold                                        Businessman, born 11.08.1940, passport:                                                                                                                                             Netherlands (1285143, expired) Zimbabwe                                                                                                                                           (Z01024064, Z153612) Surinam (367537C).                                                                                                                                       Businessman with strong ties to the                                                                                                                                                         Government of Zimbabwe. He has provided,                                                                                                                                       including through his companies, financial                                                                                                                                            and other support to the regime (see also                                                                                                                                               items 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 14, 20, 24,                                                                                                                                             25, 28, 29, 31 and 32 in part II)
  7. M.P. Buka (a.k.a. Bhuka) Flora                               President's office (Former Minister of State                                                                                                                                           for Special Affairs responsible for land                                                                                                                                                   Resettlement Programs, former Minister                                                                                                                                                of State in the Vice-President's Office and                                                                                                                                              Former Minister of State for the Land Reform in                                                                                                                                 the President's Office), born 25.2.1968.  Former                                                                                                                                   member of the Government and as such engaged                                                                                                                               in activities that seriously undermine democracy,                                                                                                                                respect for human rights and the rule of law.
  8. Bvudzijena Wayne                                     Assistant Police Commissioner, Police                                                                                                                                                     Spokesman. Member of the security forces and                                                                                                                                   bearing wide responsibility for defending serious                                                                                                                                  violations of human rights.
  9. Chairuka, Annie Flora Imagine                                Married to Paradzai Zimondi.  Supporter                                                                                                                                               and beneficiary of the regime through close                                                                                                                          association with key member of the                                                                                                                                                        Government.
  10. Chapfika David (M.P.)                                               Former Deputy Minister of Agriculture                                                                                                                                                    (former Deputy Minister of Finance), born                                                                                                                                            7.4.1957. Former member of the                                                                                                                                                             Government and as such engaged in                                                                                                                                                       activities that seriously undermine                                                                                                                                                           democracy, respect for human rights and the                                                                                                                                        rule of law.           
  11. Charamba George                                      Permanent Secretary, Department for Information                                                                                                                             and Publicity, born 4.4.1963, Passport AD002226.                                                                                                                              Member of the Government and as such engaged                                                                                                                               in activities that seriously undermine democracy,                                                                                                                                respect for human rights and rule of law.
  12. Charamba Rudo Grace.                                            Married to George Charamba, born 20.6.1964.                                                                                                                                    Supporter and beneficiary of the regime through                                                                                                                                 close association with key member of the                                                                                                                                              government.
  13. Charumbira Fortune Zefanaya                (M.P.)    Former Deputy Minister for Local Government,                                                                                                                                   Public Works and National Housing, born                                                                                                                                              10.6.1962.  Former member of the Government                                                                                                                                  with ongoing ties.
  14. Chadarikire Faber Edmund (M.P.)                           Provincial Governor for Mashonaland West                                                                                                                                          Former Mayor of Chinhoyi, Born 6.6.1946.                                                                                                                                                          Ties to the Government.
  15. Chigudu Tinaye                                                           Former Provincial Governor: Manicaland.                                                                                                                                             Ties to the Government and bearing wide                                                                                                                                              responsibility for serious violations of                                                                                                                                                     human rights.
  16. Chigwedere Aeneas Soko (M.P.)                               Provincial Governor: Mashonaland East,                                                                                                                                              former Minister born 25.11.1939.  Former                                                                                                                                             ember of the government and as such                                                                                                                                                    engaged in activities that seriously                                                                                                                                                           undermine democracy, respect for human                                                                                                                                             rights and the rule of law.
  17. Chihota Phineas (M.P.)                                              Deputy Minister for Industry and                                                                                                                                                            International Trade. Member of the                                                                                                                                                        government and as such engaged in                                                                                                                                                        activities that seriously undermine                                                                                                                                                           democracy, respect for human rights and the                                                                                                                                        rule of law.
  18. Chihuri Augustine                                        Police Commissioner born 10.3.1953                                                                                                                                                      Member of the security forces and bearing                                                                                                                                            wide responsibility for serious violations of                                                                                                                                            the freedom of peaceful assembly.
  19. Chihuri Isobel (a.k.a Isabel) Halima       Married to Augustine Chihuri, born                                                                                                                                          14.4.1974. Supporter and beneficiary of the                                                                                                                                                         regime through close association with key                                                                                                                                             member of the government.             
  20. Chimbudzi Alice                                                          ZANU (PF) Politburo Committee Member.                                                                                                                                            Member of the politburo and as such with                                                                                                                                             strong ties to the government and its policy.
  21. Chimedza Paul                                                            President of the Medical Association of                                                                                                                                                  Zimbabwe. Doctor, born 29.6.1967. Engaged                                                                                                                                       in activities that seriously undermine                                                                                                                                                      democracy, respect for human rights and the                                                                                                                                        rule of law.
  22. Chimutengwende Chenhamo Chakezha               Former Minister of State for Public and                                                                                                                                                  Interactive Affairs (former Minister of                                                                                                                                                    Information, former Minister of Post and                                                                                                                                              Telecommunications. Born 28.8.1943.                                                                                                                                                   Former member of the government and as                                                                                                                                            such engaged in activities that seriously                                                                                                                                                 undermine democracy, respect for human                                                                                                                                             rights and the rule of law.  
  23. Chinamasa Monica                                    President of the Zimbabwe National Farmers'                                                                                                                                       Union, married to Patrick Chinamasa, born 1950.                                                                                                                               Supporter and beneficiary of the regime through                                                                                                                                 close association with key member of the                                                                                                                                              government and involved in activities that                                                                                                                                            undermine the rule of law.
  24. Chinamasa Patrick Anthony (M.P.)                         Minister of Justice Legal and Parliamentary                                                                                                                          Affairs born 25.11.1947.  Member of the                                                                                                                                              Government and as such engaged in                                                                                                                                                       activities that seriously undermine                                                                                                                                                           democracy, respect for human rights and the                                                                                                                                        rule of law.
  25. Chindori Chininga Edward Takaruza (M.P.)          Former Minster of Mines and Mining                                                                                                                                                      Development born 14.3.1955.  Former                                                                                                                                                   member of the government with ongoing ties                                                                                                                                        to the government.
  26. Chingoka Peter Farai.                                 Chairman of Zimbabwe Cricket, born                                                                                                                                                    2.3.1954.  Ties to the government and                                                                                                                                                    involved in activities that undermine rule of                                                                                                                          law.
  27. Chinotimba Joseph                                     Vice Chairman of the Zimbabwe National                                                                                                                                            Liberation War Veterans Association, leader                                                                                                                          of ZANU PF militia.  Engaged in activities                                                                                                                                             that seriously undermine democracy, respect                                                                                                                                        for human rights and the rule of law,                                                                                                                                                       including direct involvement in the terror                                                                                                                                               campaign waged and during the elections.
  28. Chipanga Tongesai Shadreck.                  Former Deputy Minister of Home Affairs,                                                                                                                                             born 10.10.1940. Former member of the                                                                                                                                               government with ongoing ties to the                                                                                                                                                        government.
  29. Chipwere Augustine                                    Colonel Bindura South. Directly involved in                                                                                                                          the terror campaign waged before and                                                                                                                                                   during the elections.
  30. Chiremba, Mirirai                                        Director of Financial Intelligence at the                                                                                                                                                  Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, born                                                                                                                                                           14.05.1962. Ties to the Government and                                                                                                                                               complicit in forming or directing repressive                                                                                                                                            sate policy.
  31. Chitakunye Eliphas                                    High Court Justice Has refused to allow                                                                                                                                                 investigations of abductions and torture at                                                                                                                                            the hands of security agents.
  32. Chitepo Victoria                                                          ZANU PF Politburo Committee member                                                                                                                                                (Former Minister of Information former                                                                                                                                                Minister of Posts and Telecommunications                                                                                                                                           and former Tourism Minister) born                                                                                                                                          27.3.1928.  Member of the politburo and as                                                                                                                                         such with strong ties to the government and                                                                                                                                          its policy.
  33. Chiwenga Constantine                                               Commander Zimbabwe Defence Forces,                                                                                                                                               General (former Army Commander,                                                                                                                                                        Lieutenant General) born 25.8.1956.                                                                                                                                                      Member of the security forces and complicit                                                                                                                                        in forming or directing repressive state                                                                                                                                                    policy.
  34. Chiwenga Jocelyn                                       Businesswoman, born 19.5.1955, married to                                                                                                                                        General Chiwenga, Commander of the                                                                                                                                                  Defence Forces.  Engaged in activities that                                                                                                                                            seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                                                                                          human rights and the rule of law.
  35. Chiwesha George                                                        Chairman, Zimbabwe Electoral Commission                                                                                                                                        (Supreme Court Judge and Chairman of the                                                                                                                                                         controversial delimitation committee, born                                                                                                                                           4.6.1953.  Ties to the government and                                                                                                                                                    complicit in forming or directing repressive                                                                                                                                            state policy.
  36. Chiwewe Willard                                                          Former Provincial Governor: Masvingo                                                                                                                                                  (Former Senior Secretary responsible for                                                                                                                                                Special Affairs in the President's Office,                                                                                                                                                  born 19.3.1949.  Former member of the                                                                                                                                                 government with ongoing ties and bearing                                                                                                                                             wide responsibility for serious violations of                                                                                                                                            human rights.
  37. Chombo Ignatius Morgan Chiminya (M.P.)          Minister of Local Government Public Works                                                                                                                                         and Urban Development, born 1.8.1952                                                                                                                                                Member of the Government and as such engaged                                                                                                                               in activities that seriously undermine democracy respect for human rights                                                                                         and the rule of law.
  38. Dabengwa Dumiso                                     Former ZANU PF Politburo Senior Committee                                                                                                                                      Member, ZAPU leader, born 1939. Former                                                                                                                                             member of the politburo and as such with strong                                                                                                                                 ties to the government and its policy
  39. Damasane Abigail                                       Deputy Minister of Women's Affairs Gender and                                                                                                                                 Community Development Member of the                                                                                                                                             Government and as such engaged in activities that                                                                                                                             seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                                                                                          human rights and the rule of law.
  40. Deketeke Pikirayi                                        Chair of Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe                                                                                                                                     and Editor of the official pro-government                                                                                                                                             newspaper 'the Herald'. Ties to the government                                                                                                                                    and involved in activities that seriously                                                                                                                                                  undermine freedom of expression and the media.
  41. Dinha Martin (M.P.)                                    Provincial Governor for Mashonaland Central.                                                                                                                                    Ties to the Government.
  42. Dokora Lazarus                                                          Deputy Minister for Higher and Tertiary                                                                                                                                                 Education, born 3.11.1957.  Member of the                                                                                                                                          Government and as such engaged in activities that                                                                                                                             seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                                                                                          human rights and the rule of law.
  43. Dube Tashinga Judge                                 Head of Zimbabwe Defence Industries and                                                                                                                                          ZANU PF candidate in the parliamentary                                                                                                                                              elections, Retired Colonel, born 3.7.1941.  Ties to                                                                                                                                the Government and complicit in forming or                                                                                                                                         directing repressive state policy.
  44. Gambe Theophilus                                     Chairman, Electoral Supervisory Commission.                                                                                                                                     Shares responsibility for fraudulent elections in                                                                                                                                    2005.
  45. Georgias Aguy                                                              Deputy Minister for Economic Development, born                                                                                                                              22.6.1935.  Member of the Government and as                                                                                                                                   such engaged in activities that seriously                                                                                                                                                 undermine democracy respect for human rights                                                                                                                                   and the rule of law.
  46. Goche Nicholas Tasunungurwa (M.P.)    Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social                                                                                                                                       Welfare (former Minister of State for National                                                                                                                                     Security in the President's office, born 1.8.1946.                                                                                                                                   Member of the Government and as such engaged                                                                                                                               in activities that seriously undermine democracy                                                                                                                                 Governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimabwe                                                                                                                                          (Central Bank), born 29.11.1959.  Ties to the                                                                                                                                       Government and complicit in forming or directing                                                                                                                               repressive state policy.
  47. Gono Gelen (a.k.a.Hellin) Mushanyuri   Married to Gideon Gono Born 6.5.1962                                                                                                                                                 Supporter and beneficiary of the regime                                                                                                                                                through close association with key member                                                                                                                                          of the government.
  48. Gula-Ndebele Sobuza                                                Former Attorney General (Former                                                                                                                                                            Chairman of Electoral Supervisory                                                                                                                                         Commission). Ties to the Government and                                                                                                                                            complicit in forming or directing repressive                                                                                                                                            state policy.
  49. Gumbo Rugare Eleck Ngidi                       Former Minister of Agriculture (former                                                                                                                                                   Minister of Economic Development) born                                                                                                                                             8.3.1940.  Former member of the                                                                                                                                                            government and as such engaged in                                                                                                                                                        activities that seriously undermine                                                                                                                                                           democracy respect for human rights and the                                                                                                                                        rule of law.
  50. Gurira Cephas T.                                                         Colonel, Mhondoro Mubaira. Directly                                                                                                                                                    involved in the terror campaign waged                                                                                                                                                   before and during elections.
  51. Gwekwerere Stephen                                  Colonel, Chinhoyi. Directly involved in the                                                                                                                                            terror campaign waged before and during                                                                                                                                              elections.
  52. Hove Richard                                                              ZANU PF Politburo Secretary for                                                                                                                                                             Economic Affairs, born 1935.  Member of                                                                                                                                            the politburo and as such with strong ties to                                                                                                                                          the government and its policy.
  53. Hungwe Josaya (a.k.a Josiah) Dumira (M.P.)        Former Provincial Governor: Masvingo                                                                                                                                  born 7.11.1935 Ties to the government and                                                                                                                                          bearing wide responsibility for serious                                                                                                                                                     violations of human rights.
  54. Huni Munyaradzi                                                       Journalist on the official pro-government newspaper, the Herald, born                                                                                           24.7.1973, passport BN 160327.  Whipped up the terror campaign before                                                                                         and during the elections.
  55. Jangara aka Changara Thomsen                            Assistant Police Commissioner Officer, in                                                                                                                                              charge, Harare South District.  Member of the                                                                                                                                      security forces and bearing wide                                                                                                                                                              responsibility for serious violations of the                                                                                                                                              freedom of peaceful assembly.
  56. Kachepa Newton                                                        Member of Parliament for Mudzi North.                                                                                                                                                Directly involved in the campaign of terror                                                                                                                                            waged before and after elections.
  57. Kangai Kumbirai                                                         ZANU PF Politburo Committee Member,                                                                                                                                               born 17.2.1938 Member of the politburo and                                                                                                                                       as such with strong ties to the government                                                                                                                                             and its policy.
  58. Karakadzai Mike Tichafa                                         Air Commodore, Harare Metropolitan                                                                                                                                                   Province Directly involved in the terror                                                                                                                                                   campaign waged before and during                                                                                                                                                        elections.
  59. Karimanzira David Ishemunyoro Godi  (M.P.)Provincial Governor: Harare and ZANU PF                                                                                                                                Politburo Secretary for Finance, born                                                                                                                                                      25.5.1947.  Ties to the government and                                                                                                                                                 bearing wide responsibility for serious                                                                                                                                                     violations of human rights.
  60. Kasukuwere Saviour                                  Deputy Minister for Youth Development                                                                                                                                               and Employment Creation and ZANU PF                                                                                                                                             Politburo Deputy Secretary for Youth                                                                                                                                                     Affairs, born 23.10.1970.  Member of the                                                                                                                                             government and as such engaged in                                                                                                                                                        activities that seriously undermine                                                                                                                                                           democracy respect for human rights and the                                                                                                                                        rule of law.
  61. Kaukonde Ray Joseph                                               Former Provincial Governor: Mashonaland                                                                                                                                          East, born 4.3.1963.  Ties to the Government                                                                                                                                       and bearing wide responsibility for serious                                                                                                                                             ZANU PF Councillor in Hurungwe North                                                                                                                                                and war veteran.  Directly involved in the                                                                                                                                              government – orchestrated terror campaign                                                                                                                                          waged before and during the  elections.
  62. Kazembe Joyce Laetitia                                            Deputy Chairperson of the Zimbabwe                                                                                                                                                    Electoral Commission and Chair of  Z.E.C's                                                                                                                          Media Monitoring Commission. Shares                                                                                                                                                  responsibility for the fraudulent elections                                                                                                                                               Chief Adviser to the Governor of the                                                                                                                                                       Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, born 29.7.1972.                                                                                                                                       Tis to the government and complicit in                                                                                                                                                   forming or directing repressive state policy
  63. Khumalo Sibangumuzi                                              Brigadier General, Matabeleland North.                                                                                                                                                 Director involved in the terror campaign                                                                                                                                                waged before and during the elections.
  64. Kunonga Nolbert (a.k.a Norbet)                               Self appointed Anglican Bishop. Vociferous                                                                                                                          supporter of the regime.  His followers have                                                                                                                          been backed by the police in committing                                                                                                                                               acts of violence.
  65. Kuruneri Christopher Tichaona                                Former Minister of Finance and Economic                                                                                                                                            Development, born 4.4.1949.  Former                                                                                                                                                    member of the government with ongoing                                                                                                                                               ties.
  66. Kwainona Martin                                                        Assistant Commissioner, born 19.1.1953,                                                                                                                                              passport AD001073.  Directory involved in                                                                                                                                           the campaign of terror waged before and after                                                                                                                                     the elections.
  67. Kwenda R.                                                    Major, Zaka East Directly involved in the                                                                                                                                              terror campaign waged before and during                                                                                                                                              the elections.
  68. Langa Andrew (M.P.)                                  Deputy Minster of Environment and                                                                                                                                                      Tourism (former Deputy Minster of                                                                                                                                                         Transport and Communications) Member of                                                                                                                                       the government and as such engaged in                                                                                                                                                 activities that seriously undermine                                                                                                                                                           democracy, respect for human rights and the                                                                                                                                        rule of law.
  69. Lasabe Thenjiwe V                                     ZANU PF Politburo Committee member                                                                                                                                                born 1933 Member of the politburo and as                                                                                                                                           such with strong ties to the government and                                                                                                                                          its policy.
  70. Mabunda Musarashana                                            Assistant Police Commissioner Member of                                                                                                                                            the security forces and bearing wide                                                                                                                                                        responsibility for serious violations of the                                                                                                                                              freedom of peaceful assembly.
  71. Machaya Jason (a.k.a Jaison) Max Kokerai (M.P.)             Pronvicial Governor Midlands Former                                                                                                                                    Deputy Minister of Mines and Mining                                                                                                                                                    Development, born 13.6.1952, former                                                                                                                                                    member of the government with ongoing                                                                                                                                               ties.
  72. Made Joseph Mtakwese                                            State Minister of Agriculture Engineering                                                                                                                                                and Mechanization (Former Minister of                                                                                                                                                 Agriculture and Rural Development) born                                                                                                                                             21.11.1954.  Member of the government and                                                                                                                                                       as such engaged inactivities that seriously                                                                                                                                             undermine democracy respect for human                                                                                                                                             rights and the rule of law.
  73. Made Patricia A                                                           Former Director of Inter-Press Service                                                                                                                                                     married to Joseph Made.  Supporter and                                                                                                                                                beneficiary of the regime through close                                                                                                                                                  association with key member of the                                                                                                                                                        government and involved in                                                                                                                                                                     activities that have undermined freedom of                                                                                                                                          expression and the media.

              78.   Madzongwe Edna (a.k.a Edina)                ZANU PF President of Senate, born 11.07.1943.  Member of the                                                                                                                             politburo and as such with strong ties to the Government and its policy.

79 .Mahofa Shuvai Ben                    Former Deputy Minister for Youth Development, Gender and                                                                                                  Employment Creation, born 04.04.1941.  Former member of the                                                                                            Government with ongoing ties.                                                                                                                        

80.  Mahoso Tafataona                     Chair, Media Information Commission.  Ties to the Government and                                                                                    bearing wide responsibility for serious violations of the freedom of                                                                                         expression and media.

 

81.  Makwanya Judith                       Journalist with Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, born 22.10.1963.                                                                                 Whipped up the government-orchestrated terror campaign before and                                                                                   during the 2008 elections.

 

82. Makwavarara Sekesai                 Former Mayor of Harare.  Ties to the Government and bearing wide                                                                                      responsibility for serious violations of human rights.

 

83 Malinga Joshua                              ZANU PF Politburo Deputy Secretary for Disabled and Disadvantaged,                                                                                 born  28.04.1944.  Member of the politburo and as such with strong ties to                                                                           the Government and its policies.

 

84Maluleke Titus                                Provincial Governor: Masvingo (Former Deputy Minister of Education,                                                                                 Sports and Culture).  Former Member of the Government and as such                                                                                   engaged in activities that seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                                    human rights and the rule of law.

 

85.Mangwana Paul                             Minister of State for Indigenisation and Empowerment, born 10.08.1961. Munyaradzi                                                                Member of the Government and as such engaged in activities that seriously                                                                         undermine democracy, respect for human rights and rule of law.

 

86. Manyonda Kenneth                     Former Deputy Minister of Industry and International Trade, born                                                                                         10.08.1934. Vhundukai Former member of the Government with ongoing                                                                            ties.

 

87. Marumahoko Reuben                 Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs (former Deputy Minister for the Home                                                                           Affairs), born 04.04.1948.  Member of the Government and as such engaged                                                                      in activities that seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights                                                                            and the rule of law.

 

88. Masawi Ephraim Sango              Former Provincial Governor: Mashonaland Central.  Ties to the                                                                                              Government and bearing wide responsibility for serious violations of                                                                                      human rights.

 

89. Mashava G                                    Colonel, Chiredzi Central.  Directly involved in the terror campaign waged                                                                            before and during the elections.

 

90.Masuku Angeline                           Provincial Governor, Matabeleland South and ZANU PF Politburo,                                                                                         Secretary for Disabled and Disadvantage, born 14.10.1936.  Ties to the                                                                                                Government and bearing wide responsibility for serious violations of                                                                                     human rights.

 

91. Matanyaire Munyaradzi             Chief Executive Officer of Zimbabwe Inter-Africa News Agency.  Ties to                                                                              the Government and involved in activities that seriously undermine freedom                                                                       of expression and the media.

 

92. Mathema Cain Ginyilitshe          Provincial Governor:  Bulawayo.  Ties to the Government and bearing wide                                                                         responsibility for serious violations of human rights.

 

93. Mathuthu Thokozile                    Provincial Governor, Matebeleland North and ZANU PF Politburo, Deputy                                                                           Secretary for Transport and Social Welfare.  Ties to the Government and                                                                              bearing wide responsibility for serious violations of human rights.

 

94. Matiza Joel Biggie                        Deputy Minister for Rural Housing and Social Amenities, born 17.08.1960.                                                                          Member of the Government and as such engaged in activities that seriously                                                                         undermine democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

95. Matonga Brighton                        Deputy Minister for Information and Publicity, born 1969.  Member of the                                                                          Government and as such engaged in activities that seriously                                                                                                     undermine democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

96. Matshalaga Obert                         Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Member of the Government and as such                                                                         engaged in activities that seriously   undermine democracy, respect for                                                                                   human rights and the rule of law.

 

97. Matshiya Melusi (Mike)              Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and                                                                                Urban Development, Member of the Government and as such  engaged in                                                                           activities that seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights and                                                                        the rule of law.

 

98. Mavhaire Dzikamai                     ZANU PF Politburo Committee Member.  Member of the politburo and as                                                                            such with strong ties to the Government and its policies.

 

99. Mbiriri Partson                               Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and                                                                                Urban Development.  Member of the Government  and as such  engaged in                                                                         activities that seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights and                                                                        the rule of law.

 

100. Mhandu Cairo                            Major ZNA.  Directly involved in the terror campaign waged before and                                                                               after (a.k.a Kairo) the elections.

 

101 Mhonda Fidellis                           Colonel, Rushinga.  Directly involved in the terror campaign waged before                                                                           and after  the elections.

 

102 Midzi Amos Bernard                   Former Minister of Mines and Mining Development (Former Minister of (Mugenva)                                                                Energy and Power Development) born 04.07.1952.  Former member of the                                                                          Government and as such engaged in activities that seriously undermine                                                                                democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

103 Mnangagwa Emmerson             Minister of Rural Housing and Social Amenities (former Speaker of                                                                                       Parliament Dambudzo  born 15.09.1946. Member of the Government  and                                                                         as such  engaged in activities that seriously undermine democracy, respect                                                                           for human rights and the rule of law.

 

104 Mohadi Kembo Campbell         Minister of Homer Affairs (former Deputy Minister of Local Government, Dugishi                                                                Public Works and National Housing), born 15.11.1949.  Member of the                                                                                 Government  and as such  engaged in activities that seriously undermine                                                                              democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

105. Mombeshora Millicent              Head of Strategic Planning and Special Projects, Reserve Bank of                                                                                          Zimbabwe, Sibongile born 08.07.1965, Passport BN177069.  Ties to the                                                                               Government and complicit in forming or directing repressive state policy.

 

106.Moyo Gilbert                                                War Veteran, leader of ZANU PF militia.  Directly involved in the terror                                                                 campaign waged before and during the elections in Mashonaland West                                                                                 (Chegutu).

107.Moyo Jonathan                           Former Minister of State for Information and Publicity in the President's Office,                                                 born 12.01.1957.  Former member of the Government engaged in activities                                                                         that seriously undermined fundamental freedoms.

 

108. Moyo July Gabarari                   Former Minister of Energy and Power Development (former Minister of                                                                                Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare), born 07.05.1950.  Former                                                                                   member of the Government with ongoing ties.

 

109. Moyo Sibusio Bussie                 Brigadier General ZNA.  Directly involved in the campaign of terror waged                                                                           before and after the elections.

 

110. Moyo Simon Khaya                  Ambassador to South Africa and ZANU PF Politburo Deputy Secretary for                                                                          Legal Affairs, born 1945.  Member of the politburo with ongoing ties to the                                                                          Government and its policy.

 

111. Mpabanga S                                                Lieutenant Colonel, Mwenezi East.  Directly involved in the terror                                                                                           campaign waged before and during elections

 

112. Mpofu Obert Moses                   Minister of Industry and International Trade (former Provincial Governor:                                                                           Matebeleland North) ZANU PF Politburo Deputy Secretary for National                                                                               Security), born 12.10.1951.  Member of the Government  and as                                                                                            such  engaged in activities that seriously undermine democracy,                                                                                             respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

113. Msika Joseph W                         Vice President, born 06.12.1923.  Member of the Government  and as                                                                                   such  engaged in activities that seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                         human rights and the rule of law.

 

114. Msipa Cephas George               Former Provincial Governor, Midlands, born 07.07.1931.  Ties to the                                                                                      Government and bearing wide responsibility for serious violations of                                                                                      human rights.

 

115. Muchechetere Happison           Acting Chief Executive of Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation.  Ties to                                                                              the Government and involved in activities that seriously undermine freedom                                                                       of expression and the media.

 

116. Muchena Henry                         Air Vice Marshal, Midlands.  Directly involved in the terror campaign                                                                                     waged before and during the elections.

 

117. Muchena Olivia Nyembesi       Minister of State for Science and Technology in the President's Office                                                                                    (former Minister of State in Vice President Msika's office), born                                                                                              18.08.1946.  Member of the Government and as such engaged in activities                                                                          that seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights and the rule                                                                           of law.

 

118. Muchinguri Oppah                     ZANU PF Politburo Secretary for Gender and Culture (former Minister for Chamu Zvipange                                               Women's Affairs, Gender and Community Development), born 14.12.1958.                                                                         Former member of the Government and as such  engaged in activities that                                                                           seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of                                                                             law.

 

119. Muchono C                                 Lieutenant General, Mwenezi West.  Directly involved in the terror                                                                                          campaign waged before and during the elections.

 

120. Mudede Tobaiwa                       Registrar General, born 22.12.1942.  Ties to the Government and complicit                                                                          in (a.k.a Tonneth) forming or directing state policy.

 

121.Mudenge Isack Stanislaus         Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education (former Minister of Foreign                                                                   Affairs), Gorerazvo born 17.12.1941.  Member of the Government and as                                                                           such  engaged in activities that seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                          human rights and the rule of law.

121. Mudonhi Columbus                   Assistant Inspector ZRP.  Directly involved in the terror campaign                                                                                           waged before and during the elections.

 

123. Mudzvova Paul                          Sergeant.  Directly involved in the terror campaign                                                                                                                      waged before and during the elections.

 

124.Mugabe Grace                             Born 23.07.1965.  Passport AD001159.  Spouse of the Head of                                                                                               Government and as such  engaged in activities  that seriously undermine                                                                              democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

125. Mugabe Leo                                                Director of Zimbabwe Defence Industries, born 28.08.1962 (a.k.a                                                                                          28.02.1957).  Businessman with strong ties to the Government of                                                                                           Zimbabwe, and nephew of Robert Mugabe

 

126. Mugabe Sabina                          ZANU PF Politburo Senior Committee Member, born 14.10.1934.  Member                                                                         of the politburo and as such with strong ties to the Government and its                                                                                  policy.

 

127. Mugariri Bothwell                       Former Senior Assistant Police Commissioner.  Former member of the                                                                    security forces and bearing wide responsibility for serious violations of the                                                                           freedom of peaceful assembly.

 

128. Muguti Edwin                              Deputy Minister of Health and Child Welfare, born 1965.  Member of the                                                                            Government and as such  engaged in activities  that seriously undermine                                                                              democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

1289 Mujuru Solomon T.R               ZANU PF Politburo Senior Committee Member, born 01.05.1949.  Member                                                                         of  the politburo and as such with strong ties to the Government and its                                                                                 policy.

 

130. Mujuru Joyce Teurai Ropa       Vice President (former Minister of Water Resources and Infrastructural                                                                 Development), born 15.04 1955.  Member of the Government and as such                                                                          engaged in activities  that seriously undermine democracy, respect                                                                                          for human rights and the rule of law.

 

131 Mukosi Musoro Wegomo          Producer with Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation.  Whipped up the                                                                                   Government orchestrated terror campaign before and during the 2008                                                                                  elections

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132. Mumba Isaac                             Superintendant.  Directly involved in the terror campaign waged before and                                                                         during the elections.

 

133. Mumbegegwi Samuel                Former Minister of Finance, former Minister of State for Indigenisation and                                                                         Creighton Empowerment, born 23.10.1942.  Former member of the                                                                                       Government and as such  engaged in activities  that seriously undermine                                                                              democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

134. Mumbengegwi Simbarashe      Minister of Foreign Affairs, born 20.07.1945.  Passport AD001086.                                                                                         Member of Simbanenduku the Government and as such engaged in                                                                                      activities  that seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights                                                                               and the rule of law.

 

135. Murerwa Herbert                        Former Minister of Finance, born 31.07.1941.  Former member of the Muchemwa                                                                Government with ongoing ties.

 

136. Musariri Munyaradzi                 Assistant Police Commissioner.  Member of the Security forces and bearing                                                                         wide responsibility for serious violations of the freedom of peaceful                                                                                       assembly.

 

137. Mushohwe Christopher             Provincial Governor, Manicaland.  (Former Minister of Transport and                                    Chindoti Communications, former Deputy Minister of Transport and                                                                                                     Communications), born 06.02.1954.  Former member of the Government                                                                            and as such engaged in activities  that seriously undermine democracy,                                                                                 respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

138. Mutasa Didymus Noel Edwin  Minister of State for National Security, Land Reform and Resettlement in                                                                            the Office of the President, ZANU PF Secretary for Administration, born                                                                               27.07.1935.  Member of the Government and as such                                                                                                                               engaged in activities  that seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                                   human rights and the rule of law.

 

139. Mutasa Gertrude                        Colonel in the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, married to Didymus Mutasa                                                                                 (item 138).  Involved in farm invasions where death threats were made.

 

140.Mutasa Justin                               Chair of Zimbabwe Broadcasting Holdings and Chief Executive of                                                                                        Zimbabwe Newspapers, born 06.04.1954, passport BN498951.  Ties to the                                                                          Government and involved in activities that seriously undermine freedom of                                                                        expression and the media

141. Mutezo Munacho                      Former Minister  for Water Resources and Infrastructural Development.                                                                               Former member of the Government and as such engaged in activities that                                                                            seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of                                                                              law.

 

142. Mutinhiri Ambros (a.k.a            Minister of Youth Development, Gender and Employment Creation, Retired Ambrose)                                                                Brigadier.  Member of the Government and as such engaged in                                                                                                activities  that seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights                                                                               and the rule of law.

143. Mutinhiri Tracey                         Deputy Minister for Indigenisation and Empowerment (Former Deputy                                                                                 Speaker of the Senate).  Member of the Government and as such engaged in                                                                      activities  that seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights                                                                               and the rule of law.

144. Mutiwekuziva Kenneth             Former Deputy Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises, Development                                                                             and Kaparadza Employment Creation, born 27.05.1948.  Former Member of                                                                     the Government and as such engaged in activities  that seriously undermine                                                                         democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

145. Mutsvunguma S                         Colonel, Headlands.  Directly involved in the terror campaign waged before                                                                         and during the elections.

 

146. Muzenda Tsitsi V                        ZANU PF Politburo Senior Committee Member, born 28.10.1922.  Member                                                                         of the politburo and as such with strong ties to the Government and its                                                                                  policy.

 

147. Muzonzini Elisha                        Brigadier (former Director-General Central Intelligence Organisation), born                                                                           24.06.1957.  Former member of the security forces and bearing wide                                                                                     responsibility for serious violations of the freedom of peaceful assembly

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148. Mzembi Walter                           Deputy Minister for Water Resources and Infrastructural Development,                                                                                born 16.03.1964.  Member of the Government and as such engaged in                                                                                  activities  that seriously undermine democracy, respect for human rights                                                                               and the rule of law.

 

149. Mzilikazi Morgan S                    Colonel (MID), Buhera Central.   Directly involved in the terror campaign                                                                             waged before and during the elections.

 

 

150. Ncube Abedinico                        Former Deputy Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare                                                                    (former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs), born 13.10.1954.  Member of                                                                          the Government and as such engaged in activities  that seriously undermine                                                                         democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

151.Ndlovu Naison K                         Deputy President of Senate and ZANU PF Politburo Secretary for                                                                                           Production and Labour, born 22.10.1930.  Member of the politburo and as                                                                          such with strong  ties to the Government and its policy.

 

152. Ndlovu Richard                          ZANU PF Politburo Deputy Commissariat, born 26.06.1942.  Member of                                                                             the politburo and as such with strong ties to the Government and its policy.

 

153. Ndlovu Sikhanyiso                     Former Minister of Information and Publicity (Former Deputy Minister of                                                                            Higher and Tertiary Education), born 20.09.1949.  Former member of the                                                                            Government and as such engaged in activities  that seriously undermine                                                                               democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

 154.Nguni Sylvester                           Minister of Economic Development (Former Deputy Minister for                                                                                            Agriculture), born 04.08.1955.  Member of the Government and as such                                                                               engaged in activities that seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                                    human rights and the rule of law.

 


            155.     Nhema Francis                        Minister of Environment and Tourism, born                                                                                                   7. 4. 1959.  Member of the Government                                                                                                                    and as such engaged in activities that                                                                                                                         seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                                                               human rights and the rule of law.

 

156.     Nkala, Herbert            Chair of Zimbabwe Newspapers, which                                                                                                         prints State propaganda and Chair of first                                                                                                     Banking Corporation.

 

157.     Nkomo, John Landa               Former Speaker of House of Assembly                                                                                                          (former Minister of Special Affairs  the                                                                                                          President's Office), ZANU PF National                                                                                                        Chairmen, born 22. 8. 1934.  Former                                                                                                  member of the Government and as such                                                                                                        engaged in activities that seriously                                                                                                                 undermine democracy, respect for human                                                                                                      rights and the rule of law.

 

158.     Nyambuya, Michael                Former Minister for Energy and Power         

            Reuben                                    Development (former Lieutenant General

                                                            Provincial Governor: Manicaland), born 23.                                                                                       7. 1955.  Former member of the Government                                                                                                and as such engaged  in activities that                                                                                                            seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                                                   human rights and the rule of law.

 

159.     Nyanhongo, Magadzire Hubert          Deputy Minister of Transport and                                                                                                      Communications. Member  of the                                                                                                                  Government and as such engaged  in                                                                                                             activities that seriously undermine                                                                                                                  democracy, respect for human rights.

 

160.     Nyathi George                        ZANU PF Politburo Deputy Secretary of                                                                                                      Science and Technology.  Member of                                                                                                             Politburo and as such with strong ties to the                                                                                                  Government and its policy.

 

161.     Nyawani Misheck                   Retired Superintendent.  Directly involved                                                                                                    in the campaign of terror waged before and                                                                                                   after the election .

 

162.     Nyikayaramba Douglas           Brigadier General, Mashonaland East.                                                                                                           Directly involved in the campaign of terror                                                                                                    waged before and after the election.

 

163.     Nyoni Sithembiso Gile Glad   Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises                                                                                                    Development Creation, born 20.9.1949.                                                                                                         Member of the  Government and as such                                                                                                       engaged in activities that seriously                                                                                                                 undermine the democracy, respect for                                                                                                            human rights and the rule of law.                              

 

164.     Parirenyatwa Choice               Married to David Parirenyatwa.  Supporter                                                                                                   and beneficiary of the regime through close                                                                                       association with key member of the                                                                                                               Government.

 

165.     Parirenyatwa, David               Minister of Health and Child Welfare                                    Pagwese                                    (former Deputy Minister ) born 2..8.1950.                                                                                                     Member of the Government and as such                                                                                                        engaged in activities that seriously                                                                                                                 undermine democracy, respect for human                                                                                                      rights and the rule of law.

 

166.     Patel, Bharat                           Former Acting Attorney General, Justice,                                                                                                      Hon. Engaged in activities that seriously                                                                                                       undermine democracy, respect for human                                                                                                      rights and the rule of law.

 

167.     Patel, Khantibhal                    ZANU PF Politburo Deputy Secretary for                                                                                                     Finance, born 28.10.1928.  Member of the                                                                                                     Politburo alnd as such engaged in activities                                                                                                   that seriously  undermine democracy,                                                                                                             respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

168.     Pote, Selina M                         ZANU PF Politburo Deputy Secretary for                                                                                                     Gender and Culture.  Member  of the                                                                                                            politburo  and as such with strong ties to the                                                                                                 Government and its policy.

 

169.     Rangwani Dani                       Police Detective Inspector.  Member of the                                                                                                   security forces and engaged in activities that                                                                                                 seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                                                   human rights and the rule of law.

 

170.     Rautenbach, Muller                 Businessman, born. 23.9.1959, PO Box                                                                                                         CH52, Chisipite, Harare, passport                                                                                                                  BN491589. Businessman with strong ties to                                                                                      the Government of Zimbabwe, including                                                                                                       through support to senior regime officials                                                                                                      during Zimbabwe's intervention in DRC                                                                                                        (see also item 26 in part II)

 

171.     Rugeje, Engelbert Abel           Major-General, Masvingo Province.                                                                                                               Directly involved in the terror campaign                                                                                                        waged before and during the elections.

 

172.     Rungani Victor TC                  Colonel, Chikomba. Directly involved in the terror campaign                                                                       waged before and during the elections.

 

173.     Ruwodo Richard                    Brigadier General, promoted on 12  August 2008 to the rank of                                                                   Major General (retired) former Acting PUS for Ministry of                                                              Defence, born 14.3.1954.  directly involved in the campaign of                                                                   terror waged before and after the elections.

 

174.     Sakabuya Morris                     Deputy Minister for Local Government, Public Works and                                                                           Urban Development.  Member of the Government and  as such                                                                   engaged in activities that seriously undermine democracy,                                                                            respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

175.     Sakupwanya Stanley              ZANU PF Politburo Deputy Secretary for Health and Child                                                                        Welfare Member of the politburo and as such with strong ties                                                                      to the Government and its policy.

 

176.     Samkange Nelson Tapera        Former Provincial Governor: Mashonaland West. Ties to the                        Crispen                                    Government and bearing wide responsibility for serious                                                                               violations of human rights.    

 

177.     Sandi E                                   ZANU PF       Politburo Deputy Secretary for Women' s                                                                              Affairs. Member of the Politburo and as such with strong ties                                                                      to the Government and tis policy.      

 

178.     Savanhu Tendai                       ZANU PF Deputy Secretary for Transport and Social Welfare,                                                                    born. 21.3.1968. Member  of the politburo and as such with                                                                         strong ties to the Government and its policy.

 

179      Sekeramayi, Sydney               Minister of Defence, born 30.3.1944. Member of the                                                                                    Government and as such engaged in activities that seriously

                                                            undermine democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of                                                                    law.

 

180.     Sekeramayi (aka                      Married to Sydney Sekeramayi, born 1944.  Supporter and Tsitsi, Chihuri                                    beneficiary of the regime through close association with key                                                                        member of government.

 

 

181.     Sekeramayi Lovemore Chief Elections Officer.  Ties to the Government and complicit                                                                    in forming or directing oppressive state policy

 

182.     Shamu, Webster Kotiwani      Minister of State for Policy Implementation (former minister of                                                                   State for Policy Implementation in the President's Office), born                                                                   6..6.1945.  Member of the Government and as such engaged in                                                                   activities that seriously undermine democracy, respect for                                                                            human rights and the rule of law.      

183.     Shamuyarira Nathan               ZANU PF Politburo Secretary for Information and Publicity,,                                                                     born Marwirakuwa  29.9.1928. Member of the politburo and as                                                                   such with strong ties to the government and its policy.

 

184.     Shiri Perence                           Air Marshal (Air Force) born 1.11.1955.  Member of the                                                                               security forces and complicit in forming or directing                                                                                     oppressive state policy.

 

185 Shumba Isiah Masvayamwando  Deputy Minister of Education Sports and Culture, born                                                                               3.1.1949. Member of the Government and as such engaged in                                                                     activities that seriously undermine democracy respect for                                                                             human rights and the rule of law.

 

186.     Shungu Etherton                    Brigadier General, Mashonaland Central. Directly involved in                                                                     the terror campaign waged before and during the elections.

 

187.     Sibanda Chris,                         Colonel, Bulawayo Province. Directly involved in the terror                                                                         campaign waged before and during the elections.

 

188.     Sibanda Jabulani                     Former Chair, National War Veteran Association born                                                                                   31.12.1970.  Ties to the Government and complicit in forming                                                                     or directing oppressive state policy.

 

189.     Sibanda Misheck                     Cabinet Secretary (successor to Charles Utete), born 3.5.1949.

          Julius Mpande                         Member of Government and as such engaged in activities that                                                                     seriously undermine democracy respect for human rights and                                                                                   the rule of law.

 

190.     Sibanda Philip Valerio Commander Zimbabwe National Army, Lieutenant General,                                                                        born     25.8.1956. Member of the security forces  and complicit                                                                  in forming or directing oppressive state policy.

 

191.     Sigauke David                        Brigadier General, Mash West Province Directly involved in the                                                                  terror campaign waged before and during the elections.

 

192.     Sikosana, Absolom                  ZANU PF Politburo Secretary for Youth Affairs.  Member of                                                                      the politburo and as such with strong ties to the Government                                                                       and  its policy.

 

193.     Stamps, Timothy                     Health Advisor in the Office of the President, Former Health                                                                      Minister, born 15.10.1936.  ties to the Government and                                                                                complicit in forming  or directing oppressive state policy.

 

194.     Tarumbwa Nathaniel Charles  Brigadier General, Manicaland and Mutare South.   Directly                                                                        involved in the terror campaign waged before and                                                                                        during the elections.

 

195.     Tomana Johannes                    Attorney General.  Engaged in activities that seriously                                                                                 undermine democracy, respect for human right and the rule of                                                                     law.

 

196.     Tonderai Matibiri Innocent     Deputy Police Commissioner.  Member of the security forces                                                                       and engaged in activities that seriously undermine democracy                                                                      and the rule of law.    

 

197.     Udenge Samuel                       Minister of State for State Enterprises (Former Deputy                                                                                 Minister of Economic Development) Member of the                                                                                     Government and as such engaged in activities that that                                                                                seriously undermine democracy,                                                                                                                     respect for human rights and the rule of law.

 

198.     Utete Charles                          Chairman of the Presidential Land Review Committee                                                                                 ( Former Cabinet Secretary), born 30.10.1938.  Ties to the                                                                            Government and complicity in forming or directing oppressive                                                                    state policy.

 

199.     Veterai Edmore                       Senior Assistant Police Commissioner, Officer Commanding                                                                        Harare.  Member of the Security Forces and bearing wide                                                                            responsibility for serious violations of the freedom of peaceful                                                                     assembly.

 

200.  Zhuwao Patrick                          Deputy Minister for Science and Technology (NB Mugabe's                                                                        nephew).  Member of the Government and as such engaged in                                                                     activities that that seriously undermine democracy,                                                                                       respect for  human rights and the rule of law.

 

201.     Zimondi Patrick                      Prisons Director, born 04.03.1947.  Member of the Security                                                             Forces and complicity in forming or directing oppressive state                                                                     policy.

 

202.     Zvayi Caesar                           Journalist of the official pro-government newspaper 'The                                                                              Herald'. Whipped up the terror campaign before and during the                                                                   elections.

 

203.     Zvinavashe Vitalis                  Politburo, indigenisation and Empowerment Committee in the                                                                     party, born 27.09.1943.  Former member of the Security Forces                                                                   and complicity in forming or directing repressive state policy                                                                       and member of the politburo.

 

 

  1. ENTITIES

 

1.         Alpha International (Pvt) Ltd             Park Road, Camberley, Surrey GU15 2SP, UK.  Owned

                                                                        by John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

 

2.         Breco (Asia Pacific) Ltd                     Isle of Man Company Registration M78647 - 1st Floor,

                                                                        Falcon Cliff, Pallace Road, Douglas IM2 4LB, Isle of                                                                                  Man,

                                                                        Owned by John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

 

3.         Breco (Eastern Europe) Ltd                Isle of Man Company Registration FC0021189 – Falcon

                                                                        Cliff, Palace Road, Douglas IM99 1ZW, Isle of Man:

                                                                        Hurst, Reading Berkshire RG10 OSQ, UK.  Owned by

                                                                        John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

4.         Breco (South Africa) Ltd                    Isle of Man Company Registration Q1962 – Cumbrae

                                                                        House, Market Street, Douglas IM1 2PQ, Isle of Man:

                                                                        9 Columbus Centre, Pelican Drive, Road Town, Tortola,

                                                                        British Virgin Islands.  Owned by John Arnold

                                                                        Bredenkamp.

 

5.         Breco (UK) Ltd                                  UK Company Registration 2969104 – London Road,

                                                                        Sunningdale, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 0DJ, UK.  Owned

                                                                        by John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

 

6.         Breco Group                                       Thetford Farm, P O Box HP86, Mount Pleasant,                                                                                           Harare,

                                                                        Zimbabwe; Sandford Lane, Hurst, Reading, Berks

                                                                        RG10 0SQ, UK: London Road, Sunningdale, Ascot,

                                                                        Berks, SL5 0DJ, UK.  Owned by John Arnold                                                                                              Bredenkamp.

 

 

7.         Breco International                             25 Broad Street, St. Helier JE2 3RR, Jersey.

                                                                        Owned by John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

 

8.         Breco Nominees Ltd                           UK Company Registration 2799499 – London Road,

                                                                        Sunningdale, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 0DJ, UK

                                                                        Owned by John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

9.         Breco Services Ltd                             UK Company Registration 2824946 – London Road,

                                                                        Sunningdale, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 0DJ, UK.

                                                                        Owned by John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

10.       Cold Comfort Farm Trust                  

            Cooperative                                         7 Cowie Road, Tynwald, Harare, Zimbabwe.  Owned by

                                                                        John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

 

11.       Comoil (Pvt) Ltd                                Block D. Emerald Hill Office, Emerald Park, Harare,

                                                                        Zimbabwe, 2nd Floor, Travel Plaza, 29 Mazoe Street,

                                                                        Box CY22344, Causeway, Harare.

                                                                        Owned by John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

 

12.       Corybantes Ltd                                   London Road, Sunningdale, Ascot, Berkshire SL5

                                                                        0JB, UK Owned by John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

 

13.       Divine Homes (Pvt) Ltd                     6 Hillside Shopping Centre, Harare, Zimbabwe;

                                                                        31 Kensington Highlands, Harare, Zimbabwe;

                                                                        12 Meredith Drive, Eastlea, Harare, Zimbabwe

                                                                        Chaired by David Chapfika

 

 

14.       Echo Delta Holdings                          Thetford Farm, P O Box HP86, Mount Pleasant, Harare

                                                                        Zimbabwe; Sandford Lane, Hurst, Reading, Berks

                                                                        RG10 OSQ UK; London Road, Sunningdale, Ascot,

                                                                        Berks, SL5 0DJ, UK.  Owned by John Arnold

                                                                        Bredenkamp.

 

 

15.       Famba Safaris                                     4 Wayhill Lane, Umwisdale, Harare, Zimbabwe;

                                                                        P O Box CH273, Chisipite, Harare, Zimbabwe.

                                                                        Major shareholder is Webster Shamu

 

 

16.       Industrial Development                      93 Park Lane, P O Box CY1431, Harare, Zimbabwe

            Corporation of Zimbabwe                  Wholly owned by the Government of Zimbabwe.

 

 

17.       Intermarket Holdings                          Zimbank House, 46 Speke Avenue, P O Box 3198,                                                                                       Harare, Ltd Zimbabwe.  Subsidiary of ZB Financial                                                                                     Holdings Ltd.

 

 

18.       Jongwe Printing and Publishing         14 Austin Road, Coventry Road, Workington,

            Company (Pvt) Ltd (a.k.a. Jongwe     P O Box 5988, Harare, Zimbabwe

            Printing and Publishing Co. a.k.a.      ZANU PF's publishing arm.

            Jongwe Printing and Publishing

            Company)

19.       M & S Syndicate (Pvt) Ltd                First Floor, Victory House, 88 Robert Mugabe Road,

                                                                        Harare, Zimbabwe, P O Box 1275, Harare, Zimbabwe

                                                                        ZANU PF's investment company

 

 

20.       Masters International Ltd                   UK Company Registration 2927685 – London Road,

                                                                        Sunningdale, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 0DJ, UK

                                                                        Owned by John Arnold Bredenkamp

 

 

21.       Ndlovu Motorways                             Sam Nujoma Street, Livingstone Avenue, Harare

                                                                        Zimbabwe.  Controlled by Sikhanyiso Ndlovu

 

 

22.       Oryx Diamonds Ltd (a.k.a.                 Alexander Forbes Building, Windhoek, Namibia; Parc

            Oryx Natural Resources)                    Nicol Offices, 6, 301 William Nicol Drive, Brayanston,

                                                                        Gauteng 2021, South Africa; S Drive, Georgetown,                                                                                      Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; 3 Victor Darcy Close,

                                                                        Borrowdale, Harare, Zimbabwe; Bank of Nova Scotia

                                                                        Building, 4th Floor, Georgetown, Grand Cayman, Cayman

                                                                        Islands.  Company enabling ZANU PF officials to                                                                                       derive personal benefit from mining ventures in the                                                                         Democratic Republic of Congo.

 

 

23.       OSLEG Ltd (a.k.a. Operation            Lonrho House, Union Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe   

            Sovereign Legitimacy                         Controlled by Zimbabwe army

 

 

24.       Peidmont (UK) Ltd                            London Road, Sunningdale, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 0DJ, UK

                                                                        Owned by John Arnold Bredenkamp

 

 

25.       Raceview Enterprises                          Zimbabwe.  Owned by John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

 

26.       Ridgepoint Overseas                           C/o: Mossack Fonseca & Co. BVI Ltd, Akara Building

            Developments Ltd (a.k.a.                   24 DeCastro St, Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands

            Ridgepoint Overseas                           Owned by Billy Rautenbach

            Developments Ltd)

           

     27.   Scotfin Ltd                                        Zimbank House, 46 Speke Avenue, P.O Box 3198,                                                                                       Harare, Zimbabwe. Wholly owned by ZB Financial                                                                          Holdings Ltd.

 

28.Scottlee Holdings (Pvt) Ltd          124 Josiah Chinamano Ave, P.O Box CY3371,                                                                                  Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe, London Road,                                                                                   Sunningdale, Berkshire SL5 ODJ, UK.                                                                                              Owned by John Anorld, Bredenkamp.

 

29. Scottlee Resorts Ltd                     124 Josiah Chinamano Avenue, P.O Box CY3371,                                                                            Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe, London Road,                                                                                   Sunningdale, Berkshire SL5   ODJ, UK.  Owned by                                                                                     John Anorld, Bredenkamp.

 

30. Swift Investments (Pvt) Ltd         730 Cowie Road, Tynwald, Harare, Zimbabwe, P.O Box                                                                  3928, Harare, Zimbabwe.  Controlled by ZANU PF                                                                         Directors including Vitalis Zvinavashe.

 

31. Timpani Export Ltd                      Isle of Man Company Registration 3547414 – Falcon                                                                       Cliff, Palace Road, Douglas IM99 IZW, Isle of Man:                                                                       King Street, Newton, Abot, Devon TQ12 21G, UK:                                                                        Mapstone Hill, Lustleigh, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13                                                                   9SE, UK.  Owned by John Arnold Bredenkamp.

 

32. Tremalt Ltd                                   Thertfold Farm, P,O Box HP86, Mt Pleasant, Harare,                                                                       Zimbabwe: Hurst Grove, Hurst, Reading, Berks RG10                                                                     OSQ, UK; London Road, Sunningdale, Ascot, Berks,                                                                      SL5 ODJ, UK.  Owned by John Bredenkamp.

 

33. Financial Holdings Ltd                 Zimbank House, 46 Speke Avenue, PO Box 3198,                                                                            Harare, a.k.a Finhold) Zimbabwe, Over 75% owned by                                                                   the Government of Zimbabwe

 

34. ZB Holdings Ltd                          Zimbank House, 46 Speke Avenue, PO Box 3198,                                                                            Harare, Zimbabwe.  Wholly owned by ZB Financial                                                                         Holdings Ltd.

 

35. Zidco Holdings (a.k.a                   PO Box 1275, Harare, Zimbabwe.

                                                            Zidco Holdings (Pvt) Ltd ZANU PF's financial holding                                                                   company.

 

36. Zimbabwe Defence                       10th floor, Trustee House, 55 Samora Machel Avenue,                                                                       PO Box 6597, Harare, Zimbabwe.  Wholly owned by                                                                       the Government of Zimbabwe.

 

37. Zimbabwe Iron and Steel             Redcliff, Zimbabwe.  Over 88% owned by the                                                                                Government of Company (a.k.a Zisco                                                                                                Zimbabwe Ziscosteel)

 

38. Zimbabwe Mining                         90 Mutare Road, PO Box 2628, Harare, Zimbabwe.                                                                         Wholly Development Corporation      owned by the                                                                          Government of Zimbabwe.

 

39. Zimre Holdings Ltd                      9th Floor, Zimre Centre, 25 Kwame Nkrumah Avenue,                                                                      Harare, Zimbabwe.  Over 69% owned by the                                                                                    Government of Zimbabwe.

 

            40. Zimre Reinsurance                        9th Floor, Zimre Centre, 25 Kwame Nkrumah Avenue,                                                                                  Harare, Company (Pvt) Ltd                Zimbabwe.                                                                                          Wholly owned by Zimre Holdings Ltd                                 

          *MR. A. SITHOLE: Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank you for giving me this opportunity to debate on this beautiful motion by Hon. Bhasikiti. 

          Mr. Speaker, we are Members of Parliament but we forget that we are in a Government of National Unity.  We should remind each other about who signed the GPA.  If those people who signed see it appropriate that sanctions are bad for this country, then who are you to keep saying that they are not bad?  I want to remind MPs that leaders need to be respected and listened to. 

          The Prime Minister belongs to his political party, the President is ZANU PF and the Deputy Prime Minister belongs to his party, but they saw it appropriate to say that sanctions are killing this country.  I think the Prime Minister has been thanked a lot. 

          I want to talk about some things that affect us because of these sanctions.  Some of you are fortunate enough to reside in urban areas but some of us who come from the rural areas are suffering because of the issue of sanctions.

           I want to talk about farming.  How can you be successful in farming when those companies that produce seed or fertilizer are under sanctions?  Diesel is not coming into this country and this makes it obvious that sanctions are bad for this country. 

          When this country was Rhodesia, it was a cattle ranching country.  But now there is no chance to do proper cattle ranching in any part of the country because cattle need vaccines but because of sanctions we can not get access to these vaccines.  There is a Shona adage that says unofarira n'anga inobata mai.  This adage explains that some people might be saying sanctions are good and yet they know very well that sanctions are painful.  Everybody knows that.

          I want to speak about tourism.  In my constituency, we have Gonarezhou National Park.  There is a disease that is afflicting animals there which came from across the border, South Africa.  The Veterinary Services are failing to get vaccines to treat our cattle because of the issue of sanctions.

Owners of these conservancies are having problems of bringing in tourists to Zimbabwe -  [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections] – we are talking of human rights, and I must have my right to visit wherever I want as Sithole. 

          I would want to thank the Prime Minister Mr. Morgan Tsvangirai for moving for the removal of sanctions.  We know it is difficult but some day an opportunity will arise for us to see that sanctions are bad.  Let the Prime Minister do his work if he has seen that sanctions are bad, he should call for their removal.  In an industry, if company B is under sanctions while C and A are not under sanctions then company A and C will not be able to survive because of their relationship in business as they will be affected also as shareholders.

          Sanctions are bad, we do not want to bring in doctors to examine us.  We have got people dying of HIV/AIDS as they can not access ARV's because of sanctions.  We all want to be rich and we all want to have mines - [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections] – my plea is that the truth be said on the issue of hospitals.  Those who do laundry at hospitals are having problems because they can not do without protective clothing.  The washing machines are broken down and are now obsolete.  We can not replace them because of sanctions.  We also have the issue of the railways, ZESA etcetera, we need to put our heads together and address these issues instead of pointing fingers at one another.  

          *MR. MADZIMURE:  Mr. Speaker Sir, I would want to remind Hon. members here that if you go to the GPA Document, on Article 4 where there are Sanctions and Measures, on 4 (iii) (a), it is very clear that measures that we have in this country have got reasons.  When we were debating about   ZDERA in this House, Hon. Mudenge declared that as Zimbabweans ZDERA would not help us because we are a sovereign state and we can do it alone.  The reason being that there are provisions that are very clear and some of them are to do with governance.  Mr. Speaker Sir, if you were going to allow me I was going to bring in a projector in this House and show hon. members.  The most disturbing issue is that we have got hon. members in here who know of people who contributed to their killing  -[HON. MEMBERS: Hon. Navaya] – the whole issue has to do with human rights.

          MR SPEAKER: Order hon. members.  Hon. Madzimure address the Chair.

          *MR. MADZIMURE:  Mr. Speaker, I will speak it as it is because as it is we can not continue deceiving each other.  The reason why people speak and spoke loudly on the 29th of March was clear.  They used their opportunity effectively and the results were easy for people to see.  The reason why they went for polls was that they were aware of all these issues like sanctions and land issue. These issues were very clear and no one was opposed to land, but no one has benefited from the land.   You will find out that around 3 million people have applied for land but if we had an audit today you will find that less than 3 000 people now own the farms.

          Mr. Speaker Sir, allow hon. members who are in this House to allow the land auditing.  Why are they denying it?  Let us do land audit and see how many of our people own that land.  We have people who have continuously abused the people of Zimbabwe and we know them.  We have already started on another one of the 51% shares, who are the Zimbabweans who have money to buy the 51% - [HON. RARADZA:  I have got the money]Hon. Raradza has said he has got the money as an individual, but he is the only one out of the 14 million Zimbabweans which we have. You are only one person at the expense of the entire country. Mr. Speaker, in 1967 Rhodesia was slapped with mandatory sanctions. There is a lesson which I learnt and I am still reading books on that. I am a manufacturer myself and I am still using equipment which was developed at that period as an alternative of imports.

          Mr. Speaker, we also have a situation where Zimbabwe inherited a debt free country. Zimbabwe had no debt. Zimbabwe did not inherit any debt. If you are sincere politicians, you should learn to research and read. Those people who are spoon fed are the problem because they came here on a wheelbarrow to be put into Parliament because they do not have the capacity. What did we then do? We then borrowed a lot of money and we made sure that we signed all the issues and we ended up being talked about due to our own debt.  It was because we could not generate enough money and that is why we ended up with ESAP because we could not meet the target we had agreed on. That is where the biggest problem started.

          I was working by then for the GMB and we could get documents from Parliament which had issues to do with the GMB and we wanted to take action on that. Whenever we wanted to take action, there was political interference. You would say we can do without this Depot and we can have a collection point. An instruction would come from a politician saying that this Depot cannot be closed. We were quite aware that we could handle whatever comes to that Depot in four months after we have received nothing from the farmers.

          Mr. Speaker, it is our misplaced priorities which have caused this country's problems. We then in the late 1990s engaged in a war which we did not know where it came from. How much did we spend?  Up to today, noone wants to disclose this. Even the people who perished in the DRC, up to now, we do not even know the people who perished. The people of Zimbabwe realised all that and that led to the formation of the MDC. When that happened, that is what triggered the panic button. In 2003, what did Gono do?  You would clap hands in this House when a new set of bearer cheques would be introduced and you were saying that bookish economic sanctions do not work. There is nothing bookish about economics because in this world where we live, there is economics and if you do not study economics, understand it and implement it, your measures will yield poverty.

          Mr. Speaker, we cannot talk and hide behind things which you know that they are simple for individuals. Since the coming in of the MDC in Government, we have seen the real turn around. The people for the first time had their Christmas and those sanctions which you are talking about were still there. If you look at the economy right now, the capacity utilization of industry has gone up, GDP has gone up and inflation is going down, and it is actually deflation. The question comes, why for all these years were there were no mines which are now there and you expect miracles from the Ministry of Finance. That does not work and for all people you can imagine, and you expect miracles from him.  Hon. members please, when you talk and when you see something, you must think. Some of the hon members here are very young and they must learn to understand things because they are now simply growing up without any wisdom. Their eyes are without any wisdom in them because they do not want to think.

          Mr. Speaker, our economy is growing and more people are now being employed. Companies are opening up and we now find medicines in hospitals.  Mr. Speaker, we cannot continuously deceive people of Zimbabwe by saying it is because of the sanctions and that is why people died with cholera. About 4,300 people died whilst you were watching. Let us go to the Reserve Bank. What has the Reserve Bank done?  You find the Reserve Bank can have the courtesy of giving money, giving cars for free to Members of Parliament. Who bought those cars?  And you as hon members to accept something for free no, no, no! People must not be killed.  Political violence must be stopped and this is exactly what we start to see.  If the hon members  mean what they say, I think this hon member will be given a reprieve and be allowed to express himself. 

          The issue of governance of the resources like in mining, we are getting zero and in natural resources we are getting zero.   After having grabbed the land, you must have taught them how to farm but the problem we have especially with some civil servants and other members is that you will find a   permanent secretary having a farm and at the same time occupying a chair in the office.   In addition, he is a board member of another company whilst he is a farmer, is this correct?  We must  correct that.  Zimbabwe has its little resources which, when used properly, we will not be seen crying for credit.  We must make sure  that what we do is right.  If an American is arrested, he does not spend even two days in prison but it is not the case with a Zimbabwean who will spend two days in prison.  Why?

          I just want to say his motion is a bit misplaced because he contributed to this mishap.   He went on to occupy a farm and harvest what he did not sow.  In Zimbabwe individuals are benefiting and not the general populace.

MR SPEAKER: I wish to inform this House that the Chief Hansard Editor has requested that hon members speak in English since the translation machines are not functioning, so kindly speak in English.

MR NAVAYA: Mr Speaker Sir,  there is one thing I have discovered that, they have a party but with no people.  If you see the calibre of MPs and Councillors on the other side, they are ....

MR SPEAKER: We do not have Councillors here, we have hon members.

*MR NAVAYA: We have a problem that people in this House are lost.   I want to answer some of the questions that were being asked by other hon members here.   They really asked if ever they are sanctions.  Yes sanctions are there.  As I have said, the party is there but with no people.  The problem with them is that they picked “ hwindis”.....

MR MADZIMURE:  On a point of order.   Can the hon member withdraw his derogatory statements about other hon members of this House.  He is referring to other hon members as  hwindis.

MR SPEAKER:  Order hon member, I have indicated to you earlier that we do have hon members in this House.  Therefore can you withdraw your statement because it is not appropriate to refer to other hon members in such terms.

*MR NAVAYA:  I withdraw Mr Speaker.  It is clear that sanctions are there but people are misguided and get lost but the truth will remain as it is, it can not be removed.  The AU also supported that sanctions must be removed as well as the South African President.  There are misguided elements in this House  who say there are no sanctions.  Those who called for the sanctions are here.  Today it was good that the Prime Minister realised this and said that sanctions should go.  I have realised that the Prime Minister has no followers who listen to him because if your leader speaks, you must listen and adhere.  If it is us in ZANU PF, when President Mugabe says something, we listen.  What kind of people are you?  I do not think that this party has people with good intentions.  People are talking of the democracy they do not know.    The problem among us is that we want to pretend to know yet we do not know anything. 

          MR. SPEAKER:  Order, order hon. members.  May I appeal to hon. members to debate in English in order to allow the debate to be captured for the production of Hansard.

ANNOUNCEMENT BY MR. SPEAKER

IDENTITY CARDS

          MR. SPEAKER:   I would like to advise hon. members who have not been issued with identity cards to go to the members bar tomorrow morning so that their identity cards may be processed. 

          MS. S. NDHLOVU:  I would like to start by thanking Hon. Bhasikiti for moving such a noble motion, a motion that never came at a better time than this.  I would like to join other hon. members in congratulating the Prime Minister Cde. Richard Tsvangirai for once in his leadership, he has shown that he is people centered.  The sanctions caused a lot of suffering particularly among the youths.  They caused a lot of suffering particulaly among the female youths.  I would like to salute the Prime Minister for joining His Excellency Cde. Mugabe the President to a visionary leadership including our fellow Comrade, the Deputy Prime Minister. 

          Mr. Speaker, the education sector was also affected  - the  illegal sanction denied the youth their right to education.  Female youths could not get sanitary wear.  Sanitary wear is not a luxury but a basic need – it became unaffordable  as a result of these sanctions.  When it was available it was expensive.  I would like to salute the Prime Minister for finally coming back to his senses.  Mr. Speaker, I would like to salute the brains behind the removing of sanctions by coming up with extra ordinary measures to deal with the extra ordinary sanctions. 

          Allow me Mr. Speaker, to conclude by encouraging hon. members of this august House to follow suit and follow the visionary leadership of the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister and the President in renouncing the sanctions because they have caused the suffering of the people who elected us.  We should unite and sing the same song of undoing the sanctions. 

          Indeed the sanctions need to go.  There is an Indigenous process taking effect from the 1st of March 2010 but as long as sanctions are there, it is not going to be meaningful.  There will be no economic empowerment of our people.  I would like to further thank the Prime Minister for coming to his senses.

          MR. RARADZA:  I would like to join other hon. members contributing to this good motion and at the same time congratulate our Prime Minister for having taken him a long time to bravely say it openly that, now that he is in the Inclusive Government, sanctions should go. 

          Mr. Speaker, if there is one thing our leaders have worked hard to achieve, it is what the Prime Minister has saidAs their followers we are solidly behind them in everything they are discussing in the GNU and we are going to achieve what we want to achieve in the Inclusive Government. Mr Speaker sir, I want to tell you that the sanctions have damaged the agricultural industry, despite the fact that we managed to fight and get our land back.  It is because of sanctions that we can not produce what we are supposed to produce.  As our Prime Minister has said sanctions should go.  I understand that the Deputy Prime Minister has been talking about it,  His Excellency is talking about it and the Vice Presidents are talking about it, I would urge this august House to follow suite because these are our leaders.  Once we do that tomorrow we are going to work day and night to defeat sanctions.  To those who can, convey my sincere thanks to the Prime Minister for his bravery because you and I could not have said it.  If we are to move for this Inclusive Government and if sanctions are to be taken off, no-one will steal like they are doing now. We will live in a free country.

          MR HLONGWANE: I will not say much but I would like to give a very brief background.  This motion is one that we need not to torpedo against each other.  It is a motion about which the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe has acknowledged the existence of sanctions and their effects on the ordinary people of Zimbabwe.  I would like to say this for the record, there are issues that form the background to my disappointment for the prevarification and shifting of goals as well as the spirit of denial when we are discussing the issue of sanctions.  The EU has imposed sanctions on more that 40 countries. The sanctions we have here are restrictions and not travel bans.  We are talking about thousands of workers earned lives from a company like ZISCO STEEL which can no-longer conduct international trade with its traditional partners in Europe.  For us to refer to this as targeted travel bans is not on. 

          On the question of ZDERA on article 6; it says that no American Company will conduct business with any financial institution in Zimbabwe.  That is not a travel ban and for us to hide behind the finger of travel bans is propaganda on sanctions that were imposed on our country.  I would like to acknowledge and appreciate the effort and giant leap of faith  manifested by our dear Prime Minister to be able to come out publicly and say sanctions should go. 

          If we are operating under the paradigm of the GNU, we are almost compelled to embrace that spirit of inclusiveness.  We need to go forward and unlock the value of potential that befalls our industry. 

          I would agree that as a House we should come to the conclusion that what the Prime Minister has done at the instigation and encouragement of our President as well as the agreement of the Deputy Prime Minister must also manifest itself in this House.  We must agree with this clarion call for the lifting of sanctions as  the representatives of Zimbabwe who were worried about the decline in the standards of living in our people. 

          The debate on sanctions is not around how these sanctions came about.  The debate on sanctions clearly says that it is a reality that sanctions are here with us.  We can then discuss how they came about, how they were called for and for what reasons. I want to implore all members of this House to follow suit in the call for the lifting of sanctions as alluded to by  the Prime Minister. 

          THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER (PROF. MUTAMBARA) :    I think we have had our say from all sides of the House, and I must say that all the voices expressed in this House are important and must  be taken on board.  I have heard that  there are two types of sanctions in this country.  The key ones that the motion talks about are the internal sanctions imposed upon our country and what I have been saying myself  that the sanctions must go in toto and immediately.  That is what I have heard and I think it is important that the Zimbabwean position should be a collective decision that says we are all united in calling for these external sanctions to be removed. 

          I have not heard anyone in this House saying that the Prime Minister was misquoted, but that the Prime Minister has spoken.  No one has challenged the message and so let us all say we are now together, we are now one in terms of demanding the total unequivocal removal of sanctions against Zimbabwe.  I am here to build ; what I also heard is that there are things that we control as Zimbabweans, there are things that we are doing wrongly in our country and there are things that we did wrongly in the past.  Those things that are internal to ourselves they are sanctions.  What I heard is that charity begins at home.  We must unite together as Zimbabwe and do something about things which we control which can be tantamount to be called internal or domestic sanctions.

          I can say now, everyone you have had your say, it is time to build.  Let us put Zimbabwe first and make sure that we build a peaceful, prosperous and democratic Zimbabwe.

          MR BHASIKITI: I would like to thank all hon members who have contributed to this motion and the majority in support of this

motion.

          Hon Mukanduri joined the House in saluting the Prime Minister and saying the international community should take hid of what our GPA leaders have voiced together.  I have Hon Matutu who has done well to come and present himself before the House for adjudication, where it was very clear that those who had survived on cramming and being told what to say, have no place in this House.  He is surprised that the Prime Minister declared something which he was not too quick to adjust to and it is regrettable that the hon member was speaking in defiance of the President of his part.  I think at their party level, they will do their disciplinary work. 

          I want to thank Hon Mahoka for speaking so eloquently on the motion, bringing to attention the fact that the Prime Minister spoke clearly and boldly without any cohesion, without anyone forcing him and shaming the visitor Pind who had come thinking he was going to get support for continued imposition of sanctions.  I want to thank Hon Mahoka for pointing out  clearly and even going further to explain that the land reform which was a bone of contention has become our rallying point as parties and even as GPA.  Those who are undermining the land allocation and acquisition as stealing like Hon. Matutu are still in their day dreaming.  Hon Khumalo, spoke very well and tried to justify the effects of ZDERA. In doing so she only left the factors that the companies and people affected are so many.  I could not get some sense in what she was syaing because she was time and again alluding to the curing of STDs, which I thought is something which can be dealt with by doctors.  If we have people with such diseases, I think Dr Madzorera will give them free medication.

          Hon Sithole spoke very well about the GPA principals taking a common position against sanctions. He was also alarmed by other members ignorance that the Prime Minister is speaking against the sanctions.  He was explaining that even the conservancies and many other areas are constrained by the effect of sanctions.  I want to thank the Hon member for speaking passionately about why the sanctions have to be removed.  Again I want to thank Hon Madzimure who went to great length to explain something by power point in here for the first time.  I think in future we should have provision for power point speakers.

          Hon Navaya has spoken out of deep sense of passion about the effect of sanctions and about why it is necessary for us hon members to speak with one voice.  He said that we should be united by the common purpose and vision which is contained in our leadership – the three principals and follow their examples.  I want to thank Hon Navaya that those who speak against their leaders are a disgrace.  If you cannot respect your leader you cannot respect yourself because above all you are a leader even in your family.  If you hear your son or daughter castigating you for nurturing him or her  in the right way, I will say God forbid.

          I thank you Hon Ndlovu for speaking so eloquently about why these sanctions have to go and why we have to support our leaders on the issue of sanctions.  She paid tribute to the Prime Minister and encouraged other members in the MDC-T that if theyyou no longer want him, he has very good space on the other side. He has captured what it takes to be a leader with national interest and passion for his people and I think it would be better if he can distance himself from those who still think that sanctions  are not there and should be there – I thank you Hon. Ndlovu for that.

          Hon. Raradza, I can not find the words to explain and thank him for what he has said.  The issue of corruption and whatever you are is all due to the poverty levels within our nation.  Hon. Matutu was celebrating the cutting off of Net One lines for hon members because they could not pay – it is unbelievable.  Realizing that other hon members had no money, even if we urge Hon Biti to pay the money, he can not pay because he has no money, simply because sanctions are biting and that is why he went to the Western countries and asked for a reprieve.  He requested that Zimbabwe be a full member with voting rights in the IMF – some people are still ignorant to that fact and would want hon members cellphones switched off and their children sent home from school because they can not afford the fees.  What can we say about the member?  We pray that God will open his eyes and he will see how lost he is. 

          Last but not least, Hon Makhosini, we would not have an eloquent speaker like him.  He...

          MR SPEAKER:  Order, order. He is Hon Hlongwane.

          MR BHASIKITI:  He deplored the prevarication and denial by most members amongst us about the effects of sanctions.  He even urged our leaders to champion the cause. Why then should the international community stand in our way?  We should not take the issue of sanctions as a political gain to make propaganda because it is the suffering of people who elected us.  This is a serious matter, I thank  you for highlighting that to us Hon Hlongwane. 

          Now our Hon Deputy Prime Minister Mutambara, I mean you can not reduce or add anything to what he says.  He is so firm and consistent on the issue of sanctions.  When the name MDC was mentioned, he was the first to go on air saying, Miliband was abusing the name MDC because the MDC is not part of sanction making – it is them.  Now, the Prime Minister has joined him and is saying the same that MDC is not part in the game.  They should remove them and not try to hide behind the MDC.  Now that they have both spoken, then Miliband should find something to say and say we have now  removed them.  We know it was the British who wanted to gain access to the land that people had taken.  The Deputy Prime Minister's position is very clear that these sanctions should go immediately, not tomorrow, but now. 

          I am very encouraged and grateful to have such a leader in this House saying to the world that they should leave us alone.  Further, he advises that those things that we do wrong, there is room to make amends and improve.  Zimbabwe as a nation belongs to Zimbabweans.  So, if we speak with one voice, where will this acrimony come from?  I know, some of the members were surprised to hear the majority of hon members on this side speaking in support of the Prime Minister.  What they were demonstrating is, we are not against individuals or political parties.  We are against things that brings us down, issues that will bring back the colonial masters to continue oppressing  us.  I think he has even enlightened some among us that those who would derive pleasure and joy  in taking possession of leaders should better learn today because they think tomorrow he will be a leader for them, yet he will not be a leader of people who can not share the same vision with him as demonstrated by Prime Minister Tsvangirai. 

          So, I want to salute all hon members who have spoken and supported this motion.  I therefore move for the closure and adoption of this motion.

          Motion put and agreed to. 

          On the motion of  THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER (PROF. MUTAMBARA), the House adjourned at Seventeen Minutes to Five o'clock p.m.

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