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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY VOTES - 04 OCTOBER 2011 No. 05

VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

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FOURTH SESSION - SEVENTH PARLIAMENT

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TUESDAY 4TH OCTOBER 2011

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Quarter past two o'clock p.m.

The Speaker in the Chair

Prayers

 

Members Present


Baloyi A,

Beremauro G,

Bhasikiti K,

Chaderopa F Chambati T.S

Chibaya A Chidhakwa W.K

Chikava B,

Chimbetete W.M

Chimhini D.A,

Chinomona M.M

Chinyadza W

Cross E.G

Denga P

Dongo G.Z

Dumbu F

Dzingirai I

Dzirutwe G

Garadhi S

Goto R

Gwiyo C.C Haritatos P

Hove S.R

Huruba T

Jembere E

Jiri M

Kachepa N Kagurabadza M.T

Kanzama F

Kapesa R

Karenyi L

Kay J.I.H

Khumalo M,

Khumalo S.S,

Kumalo M

Mabhena G

Machacha C Madubeko J Madzimure W Madzore P

Mahlangu T

Mandebvu N.T

Mangami D Mangena J

Maposhere D Matibe T.P

Matibenga L.G

Matienga M Matimba T

Matinenga E.T

Mazikana P.H Mbwembwe E

Mhandu C

Moyo E

Moyo G

Moyo R

Moyo S

Muchauraya P

Mudarikwa S

Mudiwa S

Mudzuri E

Mudzuri H

Munengami F Mungofa P.T

Munjeyi G Mushonga S.L

Mushore L

Musumbu E

Musundire A.L Musvaire W

Mutomba W

Muza I

Mwonzora D.T

Navaya E

Ncube S

Ndava R

Ndebele G

Ndhlovu A

Nemadziva N

Nezi W

Ngwenya B

Nyakudanga O

Nyaude B

Rutsvara R

Sai S

Samkange N.T.C

Sansole T.W

Saruwaka T.J.L

Shirichena E

Shoko H

Shoko M

Sibanda C.C Sibanda D.S

Sibanda F.M

Sibanda P.N

Sindi C

Tachiona M Tazviona R

Undenge S Varandeni J

Zhanda T.P

Zhuwao P

Zinyemba M

Zwizwai M.

 

Printed by Order of the House

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Absent with leave

Hon. Chivamba K, Hon. Chitima A, Hon. Khumalo N. M, Hon. Majome J, Hon. Maramba P.H, Hon. Masaiti E, Hon. Matamisa E, Hon. Matshalaga O, Hon. Mombeshora, Hon. Ndhlovu A, Hon. Nkomo S. S, Hon. Sululu A

1. The Speaker made an announcement regarding a Joint Caucus Meeting to be held on Wednesday 5 October 2011 in the House of Assembly Chamber at 9 o'clock in the morning.

2. The Deputy Minister of Economic Planning and Investment Promotion moved: That Notices of Motions No.s 1 to 5 for today, stand over, until Order No. 13, for today, has been disposed of.

Motion put and agreed to.

3. Hon. Bhasikiti seconded by Hon. Chikava moved: That the condolence motion on the death of Solomon Mujuru which was superseded by a lack quorum be restored on the Order Paper in terms of Standing Order No. 43.

Motion put and agreed to.

4. The Deputy Minister of Economic Planning and Investment Promotion moved: That Notices of Motions No.s 7 and No. 8, for today, stand over, until Order No. 13, for today, has been disposed of.

Motion put and agreed to.

5. Hon. Matimba seconded by Hon. Karenyi moved: That the motion on the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on Local Government, Urban and Rural Development on the Public Hearings on the State of Service Delivery by the Municipalities of Harare, Chitungwiza and Norton (S. C.6, 2010) which was superseded by prorogation of the Third Session of the Seventh Parliament be restored on the Order Paper in terms of Standing Order No. 43 .

Motion put and agreed to.

6. The Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs moved: That Notice of Motion No. 10 for today, stand over, until Order No. 13, for today, has been disposed of.

Motion put and agreed to.

 

7. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech ( Adjourned 22nd September - The Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs).

[Time Elapsed: 3 hours 06 minutes]

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

May it please you, your Excellency, the President:

We, the Members of Parliament of Zimbabwe, desire to express our loyalty to Zimbabwe and beg leave to offer our respectful thanks for the speech, which you have been pleased to address to Parliament - Hon Zhuwao

On the motion of the Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs debate adjourned until tomorrow.

8. Adjourned debate on motion on the alleged corruption involving the National Soccer Team - ( adjourned 22nd September - Deputy Minister of Women's Affairs Gender and Community Development).

[Day elapsed 1]

Question again proposed:

THAT WHEREAS sport unifies the people for the world and Zimbabweans in particular, sport plays an integral role in building a fit body that forms a basis for a strong mind.

AND WHEREAS sport has become a big business and therefore needs proper attention like any economic sector in the country and has to be developed and run professionally and ethically.

CONCERNED by the manner in which government through the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture has failed to come up with a comprehensive sports policy that creates the conducive environment for sports development and advancement.

AWARE of the FIFA statutes that guarantee the independence of the soccer bodies affiliated to it as far as interference is concerned.

SHOCKED by the negative responses of the Sports and Recreation Commission, Zimbabwe Football Association and the police towards the reports of corruption involving the national soccer team which is rife.

NOW THEREFORE this House resolves,

a) That a Committee of this House be established to investigate and make

recommendations on the following:

i) the role of the Ministry of Education Sport, Arts and Culture in Sport and make recommendations on the following; and

ii) the role played by the Sports and Recreation Commission and ZIFA in the commission of the Asiagate scandal.

b) that all administrators implicated in the commission of corruption in soccer be referred to the police and the Anti-Corruption Commission- Hon. Madzimure.

Motion put and agreed to.

9. On the motion of the Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs : The House adjourned at ten minutes to three o'clock p.m.

L.N.M. MOYO

Speaker

 

WEDNESDAY, 5TH OCTOBER, 2011

QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWERS

QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE

* QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE

 

*1. Hon Sibanda F.M: To ask the Minister of Finance to inform the House:

i) the Ministry's policy as regards the allegedly soiled USD notes that some shops, particularly O.K. Zimbabwe in Bindura, have not accepted as a result of the Bindura Standard Bank's refusal to bank these notes,

ii) how the community should react to this unwarranted behaviour by such banks and stores.

iii) whether the nation should suffer at their hands simply because Zimbabwe does not print the currency.

iv) how the Ministry in particular and government in general are protecting the suffering masses in this regard.

v) how far this anomaly has spread in Zimbabwe.

[Deferred from, Wednesday 21st September, 2011]

*2. Hon Chimhini: To ask the Minister of Finance to inform the House how the Ministry intends to deal with banks that are exploiting clients through high bank charges and not paying out any meaningful interests.

 

*3. Hon Jiri: To ask the Ministry of Finance to explain to the House :

i) Why they are failing to give change to customers after purchasing goods and resort to credit notes and sweets.

ii) Why retail shops are short changing people through fixed exchange rates.

*4. Hon. D Sibanda: To ask the Co-Ministers of Home Affairs to explain:

i) why records of birth certificates for all districts in the country dating as far

back as 1982 are only kept in Harare, a situation which forces people to travel

that far to get these valuable documents; and

ii) why the Ministry is not entering data on such birth certificates into the

computer for easy access by the Provinces.

*5. Hon Sithole: To ask the Co-Ministers of Home Affairs to explain to the House:

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

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

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

 

 

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

 

*8.Hon. Mahlangu: To ask the Minister Education, Sports, Arts and Culture to inform the House:

i) what the Ministry has done so far in accelerating the achievement of

Millennium Development Goal No. 2 (MDG2);

ii) the Ministry's progress in achieving this goal by 2015;

iii) the challenges being faced by the Ministry in achieving this goal; and

iv) what the Ministry is doing to overcome these challenges.

*9. Hon Chimhini: To ask the Minister of Labour and Social Service to inform the House whether there are any plans to increase the survivors pension fund payout since the current amount is paltry.

*10. Hon. Mahlangu: To ask the Minister of Labour and Social Welfare to explain to

the House:

i) How much Beam allocation has been disbursed to Bulawayo Province so far

this year and a breakdown for each constituency;

ii) The criteria used to select the beneficiaries of the fund and state who does it;

and

iii) advise the House on the control mechanisms put in place by the Ministry to

ensure that the Ministry curbs corruption and that the money is disbursed on a

non-partisan basis.

*11. Hon. Mahlangu: To ask the Minister Labour and Social Welfare to inform the

House:

i) what the Ministry has done to ensure that sufficient funding is available to all

the Ministries in order to accelerate the achievement of MDGs;

ii) whether the country is on track in achieving Millennium Development Goals

by 2015;

iii) what the Ministry has done so far in order to achieve the Millennium

Development Goals 1 and 8;

iv) the challenges being faced by the Ministry in realising these MDGs and what

the Ministry is doing to overcome them;

v) what the Ministry is doing to ensure that it engages the Members of Parliament

on the MDGs for their representative function and budget scrutiny; and

vi) how the amount of money hat has been availed so far by the United Nations

Development Programme (UNDP) and other developmental partners,

including the Government to ensure the achievement of the MDGs by 2015.

*12. Hon. Mushonga: To ask the Minister of State in the President's Office to explain

to the House why the following members of the Central Intelligence

Organisation have been allowed to hold political party positions as Central

Committee Members of ZANU PF whilst they are still in full-time employment of

the state:

Tabeth Kanengoni from Mashonaland Central

Jesca Chidza from Manicaland

Lazma Humbe from Manicaland

*13. Hon. Mushonga: To ask the Minister of Foreign Affairs to inform to the House :

i) Why the Zimbabwe Government is refusing to handover Protais Mpiranya who was the commander of the Rwandan Army's Presidential Guards during the Rwandan Genocide and to explain

ii) the government policy on genocide perpetrators in Rwanda and Ethiopia particularly those who committed rape, sexual offences including violence and murder.

*14. Hon. Mushonga: To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Mechanisation and

Irrigation Development to explain to the House:

i) why the barley tobacco delivered to the auction floors has not been

purchased;

ii) what assurances the government is giving to ensure our barley tobacco farmers

are encouraged to continue growing more barley tobacco; and

iii) whether the government has an intervention strategy in as far as the growing

of barley tobacco is concerned.

*15. Hon Sululu: To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation

Development to inform the House weather:

i) ARDA Silobela is still under the Ministry or now privately owned;

ii) the benefits accrued by the local people from the operations of ARDA silobela;

iii) who the beneficiaries of the outputs from ARDA; and

iv) whether the money from its operations is disbursed to the Treasury.

*16. Hon. Mushonga: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Welfare to explain to

the House the government policy regarding all nurses graduating from

government training institutions and programmes which are not related to

conditions of the government bonding scheme.

*17. Hon. Mahlangu: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Welfare to inform the

House:

i) what strides the Ministry has taken to ensure that Mpilo and Central Hospitals improve the state of health delivery system which of late has been a cause of concern for Bulawayo residents and those in surrounding areas;

ii) what the Ministry is doing to curb corruption which has seriously affected the state of delivery system in the two hospitals; and

iii) when the Ministry is going to to start building a third referral hospital for Bulawayo which it promised ten years ago since the current two hospitals Mpilo and Central are failing to cope with the increasing number of patients.

*18. Hon. Mahlangu: To ask the Minister Health and Child Welfare to inform the

House:

i) what the Ministry has done so far to ensure that it achieves Millennium

Development Goal 4, 5 and 6 (MDGs) which relate to reducing child mortality,

improving maternal health and combating HIV and AIDS, malaria and other

diseases by 2015;

ii) the challenges the Ministry is facing in achieving these MDGs; and

iii) what the Ministry is doing in to overcome these challenges and ensuring these

MDGs achievable by 2015.

*19. Hon. Mushonga: To ask the Minister of Mines and Mining Development to

explain to the House why;

i) Zimbabwe is the only country which mines Diamonds without any

relevant Diamond Mining Law.

ii) diamonds in SADC countries belong to the State.

iii) mining companies get less than twenty percent (20%) of the

proceeds of their mining operations.

iv) there is so much secrecy in the mining companies operating in

the Chiadzwa Diamond Fields in terms of those involved and what they

are producing and also what the state's share is.

*20. Hon. D. Sibanda: To ask the Minister for Water Resources Development and Management to inform the House when Bulawayo would have its water supplies pumped up from Mtshabezi Dam to alleviate the water shortages in the City .

*21. Hon. D. Sibanda: To ask the Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education to inform the House what the government policy is as regards the students' loans and grants which the Ministry used to provide.

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

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

*24. Hon. Mahlangu: To ask the Minister of Environment and Natural Resources Management to inform the House:

i) the challenges the Ministry is facing in order to achieve the Millennium

Development Goal No. 7 (MDG 7) of Ensuring Environmental Sustainability

by 2015;

ii) what the Ministry has done so far to ensure that it overcomes these challenges;

and

iii) how much has been availed to the Ministry so far towards the achievement of

this goal (MDG 7).

 

 

 

ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICES OF MOTIONS

 

1. Adjourned debate on motion on the death of Retired General Tapfumaneyi Ruzambo Solomon Mutusva Mujuru (S uperseded by lack of quorum on 22nd September).

[Day elapsed:1]

Question proposed: That this House expresses its profound sorrow on the sudden, untimely and tragic death on Tuesday, 16 August, 2011 of Retired General Tapfumaneyi Ruzambo Solomon Mutusva Mujuru Commander of the Zimbabwe National Army and former Hon Member of Parliament;

PLACES on record its deepest, proud and sincere appreciation of the grand, sterling and services par excellence the late Retired General and former Member of Parliament rendered to the Nation;

JOINS the rest of the country in mourning and consoling the Hon Vice President Amai Mujuru the widow of our hero; and

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

2. Hon Chikwinya

Hon Gonese

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

3. Hon. Chindori-Chininga

Hon. Kagurabadza

That the motion on the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy on the state of affairs at Shabani-Mashava Mines which was superseded by prorogation of the Third Session of the Seventh Parliament be restored on the Order Paper in terms of Standing Order No. 43 .

 

4. Hon. F. Dumbu

Hon. M. Matienga

That this House

 

SADDENEDby the tragic and untimely death of the Honourable Minister of Public Service and member of Parliament for Gutu South, Professor Eliphas Mukonoweshuro on the 5th of August 2011;

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

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

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

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

 

5. Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Portfolio Committee on Local Government, Rural and Urban Development ( Adjourned 26th September - Hon. D. Sibanda).

[Day elapsed: 2]

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First report of the Portfolio Committee on Local Government, Urban and Rural Development on the public hearings on the state of service delivery by the Municipalities of Harare, Chitungwiza and Norton. (S.C. 6, 2010)- Hon. Matimba.

6. The Minister of Industry and Commerce

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

7. The Minister of Industry and Commerce

THAT WHEREAS, subsection 111/B of the Constitutions of Zimbabwe provides that any convention, treaty or agreement acceded to, concluded or executed by or under the authority of the President with one or more foreign States or governments or international organisations shall be subject to approval by Parliament.

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

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

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

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

8. The Minister of Industry and Commerce

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

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

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

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

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

9. The Minister of Industry and Commerce

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

WHEREAS the 2nd Revised Cotonou Agreement was concluded in Brussels, Belgium on 19th March 2010 at the Extraordinary Joint ACP - EU Ministerial Meeting and signed in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso on 22nd June 2010 during the joint ACP - EU Council of Minister's;

AND WHEREAS the Government of Zimbabwe is signatory to the Cotonou Agreement, and is desirous of becoming party to the 2nd revised Cotonou Agreement;

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

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

10. Hon Minister of Industry and Commerce

THAT WHEREAS, subsection 111 B of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that any convention, treaty or agreement acceded to, concluded or executed by or under the authority of the President with one r more foreign states or governments or international organizations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

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

AND WHEREAS the Government of Zimbabwe is a signatory to the Trade Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe and the Government of the State of Kuwait, and is desirous to becoming Party to the Trade Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe and the Government of the State of Kuwait,

 

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

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

11. The Minister of Economic Planning and Investment

THAT WHEREAS , subsection (1) of Section 111/B of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that any convention, treaty or agreement acceded to, concluded or executed by or under the authority of the President with one or more foreign states or governments or international organizations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

WHEREAS the Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran was signed on the 9th day of May 1999;

WHEREAS Article 13 of this Agreement provides that it shall enter into force and be binding on the date of submission of the last instrument of ratification by one Contracting Party to the other Contracting Party;

AND WHEREAS the Government of Zimbabwe, having signed the aforesaid Agreement and is desirous of operationalizing it;

NOW THEREFORE , the House of Assembly ratifies the same and undertakes to faithfully fulfill and carry out the stipulations therein contained.

12. The Minister of Economic Planning and Investment

THAT WHEREAS , Subsection (1) of Section 111/B of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that any convention, treaty or agreement acceded to, concluded or executed by or under the authority of the President with one or more foreign states or governments or international organizations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

WHEREAS the Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe and the Government of the Republic of Botswana was signed on the 21st March 2011;

WHEREAS Article 20 of this Agreement provides that it shall enter into force thirty (30) days after the date of the letter of the two notifications;

AND WHEREAS the Government of Zimbabwe, having signed the aforesaid Agreement is desirous of operationalizing it;

NOW THEREFORE , the House of Assembly ratifies the same and undertakes to faithfully fulfill and carry out the stipulations therein contained.

13. The Minister of Economic Planning and Investment

THAT WHEREAS , Subsection (1) of Section 111/B of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that any convention, treaty or agreement acceded to, concluded or executed by or under the authority of the President with one or more foreign states or governments or international organizations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

WHEREAS the Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe and the Government of the Republic of India was signed on the 10th February 1999;

WHEREAS Article 14 of this Agreement provides that it shall be subject to ratification and shall enter into force one month after the date of exchange of Instruments of Ratification;

AND WHEREAS the Government of Zimbabwe, having signed the aforesaid Agreement and is desirous of operationalizing it;

NOW THEREFORE , the House of Assembly ratifies the same and undertakes to faithfully fulfill and carry out the stipulations therein contained.

14. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech ( Adjourned 22nd September - The Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs).

[Time Elapsed: 3 hours 06 minutes]

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

May it please you, your Excellency, the President:

We, the Members of Parliament of Zimbabwe, desire to express our loyalty to Zimbabwe and beg leave to offer our respectful thanks for the speech, which you have been pleased to address to Parliament - Hon Zhuwao

15.Committee of Supply.

 

 

MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES

 

THURSDAY 6TH OCTOBER 2011

At 1000 hrs in Committee Room No. 413

MEDIA, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY : Hon. S. Moyo (Chairperson) Hon. Baloyi, Hon. Chaderopa, Hon. Hlongwane, Hon. Mandebvu, Hon. Matonga, Hon. Moyo S, Hon. Mudarikwa, Hon. Jembere, Hon. Muchauraya, Hon. Mudiwa, Hon. Musumbu, Hon. Sibanda, Hon. Varandeni, Hon. Ziyambi. Clerk - Mr Mutyambizi

At 1000 hrs in Committee Room No. 3

WOMEN, YOUTH, GENDER AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT :

Hon Matienga (Chairperson) Hon. Chibaya, Hon. Chitima, Hon. Chirume, Hon. Chitima, Hon. Dzingirayi, Hon. Goto, Hon. Kagurabadza, Hon. Masukume, Hon. Matibenga, Hon. Matienga, Hon. Mharadza, Hon. Navaya, Hon. Nyamupinga, Hon. Shirichena, Hon. Sithole A Clerk Mr Kunzwa

At 1000 hrs in Committee Room No. 4

 

EDUCATION, SPORTS AND CULTURE: Hon. Mangami -(Chairperson)

Hon. Bhasikiti, Hon. Chihota, Hon. Chimhini, Hon. Chitando, Hon. Dumbu, Hon. Haritatos, Hon. Kumalo Marvellous, Hon. Khumalo S., Hon. Madubeko, Hon. Mangami D. , Hon. Mguni N, Hon. Mhashu F.G., Hon. Mudzuri H, Hon. Mupukuta, Hon. Muza, Hon. S.M Ncube, Hon. Nezi, Hon. Sibanda F.M. - Clerk - Ms Chikuvire

At 1000 hrs in Committee Room No. 1

SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT - Hon. Moyo (Chairperson) Hon. Chimbetete, Hon. Gonese, Hon. Makuyana M, Hon.Maramwidze, Hon. Masvaire, Hon. Matibe, Hon. Maposhere, Hon. Mbwembwe, Hon. Moyo R, Hon. Munjeyi, Hon. Mutomba, Hon. Muza, Hon. Navaya, Hon. Nemadziva, Hon. Ngwenya, Hon. Nyamudeza, Hon. Tazviona, Hon. Zhuwao, Hon. Zinyemba. Clerk Mrs Hazvina-Mushunje.

 

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