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PARLIAMENT

 

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ZIMBABWE

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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE

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FIRST SESSION - NINTH PARLIAMENT

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TUESDAY, 7TH MAY, 2019

 

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Half past two o’clock pm.

    

The Deputy President of the Senate in the Chair.

 

Prayers.

Members Present

Chabuka K.,

Chifamba J.,

Chimbudzi A.,

Chinake V.,

Chirongoma J. M.,

Chundu Chief,

Dube A.,

Dube M. R.,

Gumpo S.,

Gweshe K.,

Hungwe J. D.

Khupe W.

Komichi M.,

Makumbe Chief,

Maluleke O. M,

Mapungwana Chief,

Mavetera T.,

Mathupula Chief,

Mathuthu T.,

Matiirira A.,

Matsiwo Chief,

Mbohwa M.,

Mkhwebu A.,

Moeketsi V.,

Mohadi T. B.,

Mpofu S.,

Mudzuri E.,

Muronzi M.,

Mtshane Chief

Mwonzora T.D.,

Ncube S.,

Ndlovu M.,

Ndlovu P.,

Nembire Chief,

Nechombo Chief,

Ngezi Chief,

Ngungumbane Chief,

Nhema Chief,

Ntabeni Chief,

Nyangazonke Chief,

Nyathi R.,

Phuthi M.,

Rambanepasi C.,

Sekeramayi S. T.,

Shoko G.,

Shumba C.,

Sinampande H.,

Timire R.,

Timveos L.,

Tongogara A. K.,

Tsomondo B.,

Wunganayi T.,

Zivira H.

 

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

          

Printed by Order of the Senate  

Absent with leave

Hon. Sen. T.V. Muzenda

 

1.                  The Deputy President of the Senate informed the Senate that officers from the Public Relations Department would be distributing the 2019 Calendars and 2018 Members of Parliament charts starting from 7th May 2019 outside the Members’ Dining.

 

2.                  Hon. Sen. Sekeramayi, seconded by Hon. Sen. Mohadi, moved: That Order of the Day No. 1 for today, stands over, until Order of the Day No. 11 has been disposed of.

 

Motion put and agreed to.

 

3.         Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (Adjourned 27th       

            March, 2019- Hon. Sen.  S. K. Moyo).

 

[Time elapsed: 4 hour 48 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. Sen. S. K. Moyo.

 

            On the motion of Hon. Sen. Mohadi, seconded by Hon. Sen. Khupe: Debate

adjourned until tomorrow.

 

4.            Hon. Sen. Mohadi, seconded by Hon. Sen. Chief Ngungumbane, moved: That this House takes note of the Report of the Delegation to the 44th Plenary Assembly of the SADC Parliamentary Forum held at Joachim Chissano International Conference Centre, Maputo, Mozambique from 6 November to 8 December 2018.

 

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

5.         Adjourned debate on the motion condemning all forms of violence (Adjourned 27th March, 2019 – Hon. Sen. Shoko)

           

[Days elapsed:  5]

 

Question again proposed: That this House –

COGNISANT that Sections 48 and 52 of Zimbabwe’s Constitution guarantee the rights to life and security;

 

DISTURBED by the unabated gross human rights violations suffered by women, men and children occasioned by the unstable and difficulty social, economic and political hardship;

 

CONCERNED with the rampant violence perpetrated by some artisanal miners in mining areas resulting in the unnecessary loss of lives;

 

ALSO CONCERNED with the high number of cases of sexual abuse committed by some men against women and children;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon-

 

i)  Parliament to unequivocally condemn all forms of violence; and

 

ii)  Government to indiscriminately ensure that all perpetrators of violence are

     brought to book. – Hon. Sen. S. Ncube

 

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

 

6.         Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Thematic Committee on Human Rights on the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission Annual Report (Adjourned 27th March, 2019-The Minister of State for Harare Metropolitan Province).

 

 

[Days elapsed:  9]

 

Question again proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Thematic Committee on Human Rights on the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission Annual Report of the year ended December 2017 (S.C.1, 2019)- Hon Sen. Chidawu

 

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

 

7.         Adjourned debate on motion on the need to educate the nation on the importance of intercropping and growing of small grains (Adjourned 27th March, 2019- Hon. Sen. Tongogara).

           

                

[Days elapsed:  12]

                                                                                                                     

            Question again proposed: That this House-

 

RECALLING that before independence, people used to engage in traditional ways of farming called intercropping which ensured the harvesting of a variety of crops and prevention of malnutrition;

 

            RECOGNISING that with the ushering in of new and modern farming methods of           cash crops, the growing of small grains and intercropping have diminished;

 

CONCERNED that since the phenomenon of climate change, cash crops are not         performing well in all    regions without irrigation infrastructure;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon government to educate the nation on the       importance of intercropping and growing of small grains especially in drought-stricken areas – Hon. Sen. Tongogara.

 

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

 

8.        Adjourned debate on motion on the allegations of corruption by the Zimbabwe

  Cricket Board dams (Adjourned 27th March, 2019-Hon. Sen. Shoko).

           

                

[Days elapsed: 17]

                                                                                                                     

           Question again proposed: That this House:

 

 

            CONCERNED with the allegations of corruption by the Zimbabwe Cricket Board            whose affairs are currently managed by the Chairman of the Board;

 

            COGNISANT of the need to restore the integrity and ensure good corporate         governance and professionalism by the Board;

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon the Ministry of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation          to ensure:

 

i) there are mechanisms in place to prevent abuse of the funds of the Board by its 

    Management; and.

 

      ii) elections of officials to the Board are conducted in a transparent manner-Hon.   Sen. Timveos.

 

      On the motion of Hon. Sen. Timveos, seconded by Hon. Sen. S. Ncube: Debate  

      adjourned until tomorrow.

 

9.         Adjourned debate on motion on the recurrence of outbreaks of veld fires with

devastating effects on the environment (Adjourned 27th March, 2019- The Minister of State for Midlands Province).

 

           

[Days elapsed:  17]

                                                                                                                     

           Question again proposed: That this House-

           

            CONCERNED by the recurrence of outbreaks of veld fires with devastating effects         on the environment such as deforestation, land degradation and siltation of rivers             which in turn affects agricultural production and ultimately the economy;

 

            ENCOURAGED by His Excellency, the President’s call for good environmental   management practices in His Official Opening Speech of the Ninth Parliament;

 

            WORRIED that the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) and other           responsible authorities of Government are failing to control the outbreak of veld           fires;

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon-

 

            a)  the Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry in collaboration                 with the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing; and        Ministry of Home Affairs and Culture to intensify awareness campaigns on the            effects of veld fires and ensure stringent penalties in relevant legislation against          perpetrators; and

 

            b) inculcate the dangers of veld fires from primary education level with a broader                  view of fostering cultural change- Hon. Sen. Gumpo.

 

            On the motion of Hon. Sen. Gumpo, seconded by Hon. Sen. Mohadi: Debate

adjourned until tomorrow.

 

10.       Adjourned debate on motion on the call to control tick borne diseases affecting     livestock in Zimbabwe (Adjourned 27th March, 2019- Hon. Sen. Chimbudzi).

               

[Days elapsed:  21]

Question again proposed: That this House:

     AWARE that 70% of the diseases affecting cattle in Zimbabwe such as babesiosis,           anaplasmosis and theileriosis are caused by ticks;

 

            ALSO AWARE that tick borne diseases cause weight loss and consequently impact          negatively on livestock production;

 

             FURTHER AWARE that the Animal Health Act [Chapter 19:01] and Statutory Instrument No. 250 of 1993 provide for dipping of livestock, especially cattle, to           protect them against tick borne diseases;

 

            NOW, THEREFORE; calls upon the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate        and Rural Settlements to:

     (a) ensure proper maintenance of dip tanks and increase the number of dip tanks in                areas mostly affected by tick-borne diseases;

            (b) enforce registration of calves within the stipulated period of two weeks;

            (c)  monitor and control movement of livestock; and

            (d) encourage farmers to regularly dip their livestock in order to prevent tick-borne                  diseases- Hon. Sen. Chimbudzi.

 

            Motion put and agreed to.

 

11.       Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the 139th Assembly of the Inter-  

            Parliamentary Union (IPU), held in Geneva, Switzerland (Adjourned 27th March, 2019-  The Minister of State for Midlands Province).

                

[Days elapsed: 21]

                                                                                                                     

            Question again proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the 139th    Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), Geneva, Switzerland held from    14th to 18th November, 2018- Hon. Sen. Muzenda.

 

Motion dropped in terms of the Standing Order No. 100.

 

12.         Adjourned debate on motion on the strategic role of tourism to the country’s       economic development (Adjourned 27th March, 2019- The Minister of State for

            Midlands Province).

                

[Days elapsed: 17]

                                                                                                                     

            Question again proposed: That this House-

 

            COGNISANT of the strategic role of tourism to the country’s economic    development, both as a major foreign currency earner and a source of employment;

 

            CONCERNED by the decline of Kariba Town as a tourist destination leading to high             unemployment levels;

 

            ALSO CONCERNED by delays in the construction of a new airport in Kariba,     which is critical for revival of the tourism industry in the town;

 

            FURTHER CONCERNED by the decline in the wild animal population which is a           major tourist attraction to the resort town;

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon the Government to-

 

            a)  expeditiously provide financial resources for construction of a new airport in                      Kariba and upgrading of tourist facilities to international standards;

 

            b)  control the movement of wild animals into Kariba Town and poaching activities;               and

 

            c)  designate Kariba Town a Special Economic Zone status in order to unlock its                     great economic potential- Hon. Sen. Gumpo.

 

            Motion put and agreed to.

 

13.         On the motion of Hon. Sen. Mohadi, seconded by Hon. Sen. Mathuthu: The Senate adjourned at eleven minutes to four o’clock pm.

 

 

 

                     LT. GEN. (RTD)    M. R. NYAMBUYA,

           Deputy President of the Senate.

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 8TH MAY, 2019

 

ORDERS OF THE DAY

 

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

 

2.         Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (Adjourned 7th       

            May, 2019- Hon. Sen.  Mohadi).

 

[Time elapsed: 4 hour 48 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. Sen. S. K. Moyo.

 

 

3.         Adjourned debate on the Report of the delegation to the 44th Plenary Assembly of            the SADC Parliamentary (Adjourned 7th May, 2019- Hon. Sen.  Mohadi).

 

[Day elapsed:   1]

  

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the delegation to the 44th Plenary Assembly of the SADC Parliamentary Forum held at Joachim Chissano International Conference Centre, Maputo, Mozambique from 6 November to 8 December 2018.

 

 

4.         Adjourned debate on the motion condemning all forms of violence (Adjourned 7th May, 2019 – Hon. Sen. S. Ncube)

           

[Days elapsed:  6]

 

Question proposed: That this House –

COGNISANT that Sections 48 and 52 of Zimbabwe’s Constitution guarantee the rights to life and security;

 

DISTURBED by the unabated gross human rights violations suffered by women, men and children occasioned by the unstable and difficulty social, economic and political hardship;

 

CONCERNED with the rampant violence perpetrated by some artisanal miners in mining areas resulting in the unnecessary loss of lives;

 

ALSO CONCERNED with the high number of cases of sexual abuse committed by some men against women and children;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon-

 

i)  Parliament to unequivocally condemn all forms of violence; and

 

ii)  Government to indiscriminately ensure that all perpetrators of violence are

     brought to book. – Hon. Sen. S. Ncube

 

 

5.         Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Thematic Committee on Human Rights on the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission Annual Report (Adjourned 7th May, 2019-Hon. Mohadi).

 

 

[Days elapsed:  10]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Thematic Committee on Human Rights on the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission Annual Report of the year ended December 2017 (S.C.1, 2019)- Hon Sen. Chidawu

 

6.         Adjourned debate on motion on the need to educate the nation on the importance of intercropping and growing of small grains (Adjourned 7th May, 2019- Hon. Sen. Tongogara).

           

                

[Days elapsed:  13]

                                                                                                                     

            Question proposed: That this House-

 

RECALLING that before independence, people used to engage in traditional ways of farming called intercropping which ensured the harvesting of a variety of crops and prevention of malnutrition;

 

            RECOGNISING that with the ushering in of new and modern farming methods of           cash crops, the growing of small grains and intercropping have diminished;

 

CONCERNED that since the phenomenon of climate change, cash crops are not         performing well in all    regions without irrigation infrastructure;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon government to educate the nation on the       importance of intercropping and growing of small grains especially in drought-stricken areas – Hon. Sen. Tongogara.

 

7.        Adjourned debate on motion on the allegations of corruption by the Zimbabwe

  Cricket Board dams (Adjourned 7th May, 2019-Hon. Sen. Timveos).

           

                

[Days elapsed: 18]

                                                                                                                     

           Question proposed: That this House:

 

 

            CONCERNED with the allegations of corruption by the Zimbabwe Cricket Board            whose affairs are currently managed by the Chairman of the Board;

 

            COGNISANT of the need to restore the integrity and ensure good corporate         governance and professionalism by the Board;

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon the Ministry of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation          to ensure:

 

i) there are mechanisms in place to prevent abuse of the funds of the Board by its 

    Management; and.

 

      ii) elections of officials to the Board are conducted in a transparent manner-Hon.   Sen. Timveos.

 

8.         Adjourned debate on motion on the recurrence of outbreaks of veld fires with

devastating effects on the environment (Adjourned 7th May, 2019- Hon. Sen. Gumpo).

 

           

[Days elapsed:  18]

                                                                                                                     

           Question proposed: That this House-

           

            CONCERNED by the recurrence of outbreaks of veld fires with devastating effects         on the environment such as deforestation, land degradation and siltation of rivers             which in turn affects agricultural production and ultimately the economy;

 

            ENCOURAGED by His Excellency, the President’s call for good environmental   management practices in His Official Opening Speech of the Ninth Parliament;

 

            WORRIED that the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) and other           responsible authorities of Government are failing to control the outbreak of veld           fires;

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon-

 

            a)  the Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry in collaboration                 with the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing; and        Ministry of Home Affairs and Culture to intensify awareness campaigns on the            effects of veld fires and ensure stringent penalties in relevant legislation against          perpetrators; and

 

            b) inculcate the dangers of veld fires from primary education level with a broader                  view of fostering cultural change- Hon. Sen. Gumpo.

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY, 9TH MAY, 2019

 

QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWERS.

 

* QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE.

 

QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE.

 

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

                                                            

  [Deferred from 1st November, 2018]

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

*2.       Hon. SEN. Mohadi: To ask the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural    Development to update the House on progress made by the Ministry on fencing the       Bulawayo- Beitbridge as a remedial measure to keep away stray animals along the      road.

 

 [Deferred from 1st November, 2018]

 

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

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

 

[Deferred from 11th October, 2018]

 

 

*4.       HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to explain            the causes of blindness and jaundice in human beings and measures being taken to          raise awareness in that regard.

 

[Deferred from 20th December, 2018]

 

 

*5.       HON. SEN. MPOFU S: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to clarify        whether Nyamandlovu Clinic in Matebeleland North Province is a district hospital   or health service centre and if it is a district hospital to explain why it has no resident      doctor.

  [Deferred from 31st January, 2019]

 

*6.       HON. SEN. MPOFU S: To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to state when a            mortuary and staff houses will be constructed at Nyamandlovu Clinic in        Matebeleland North Province.

 

[Deferred from 31st January, 2019]

 

 

*7.       Hon. Sen. Chimbudzi: To ask the Minister of Environment, Tourism and   Hospitality Industry to state measures being taken to safeguard wild animals from   veld fires.

  [Deferred from 1st November, 2018]

 

*8.       HON. SEN. CHIMBUDZI: To ask the Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry to explain measures being taken by the Ministry protect            communities near game reserves from stray wild animals and whether there is any        form of compensation in the event of an attack.

           

[Deferred from 20th December, 2018]

 

*9.       Hon. SEN. gumpo: To ask the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing to inform the House when people living in shanty houses in Mahombekombe Township, Kariba will be relocated considering that their exposure to the risk of high voltage electricity transmission power lines.

 

[Deferred from 22nd November, 2018]

*10.     HON.SEN.SHOKO: To ask the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare to explain measures being taken by the Ministry to decentralize the registration of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Community based Organizations to other provinces outside Harare.

[Deferred from 28th March, 2019]

 

*11.     Hon. Sen. Shoko: To ask the Minister of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development to state when the Ministry would bring up a bill to ensure both genders are equally represented in all government institutions and agencies as provided in 17 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe.

[Deferred from 28th March, 2019]

 

MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES

 

Thursday, 9th May, 2019

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room 3

 

            Indigenisation and Empowerment: Hon. Sen. Mbohwa M. (Chairperson); Hon. Sen. Chirongoma J. M; Hon. Chief Chitanga, Hon. Sen. Chief Chikwaka; Hon. Sen.      Chief Chundu; Hon. Sen. Dube A; Hon. Sen. Femai M; Hon. Sen. Komichi M;            Hon. Sen. Makone T; Hon. Malinga J. T; Hon. Sen Mpofu B; Hon. Sen. Ndlovu P;            Hon. Sen. Chief Nechombo; Hon. Chief Nembire; Hon. Sen. Chief Nhema; Hon. Sen. Chief  Nyangazonke; Hon. Sen. Phuti M; Hon. Sen. Rambanepasi C; Hon. Sen.     Tsomondo B; Hon. Sen. Zivira H. (Committee Clerk - Mr. C. Ratsakatika)

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room 4

 

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

Monday, 13th May, 2019

 

At 1400 hours in Committee Room No. 3

 

Gender Development and Empowerment: Hon Sen. Ncube S. (Chairperson);

            Hon. Sen. Chifamba J; Hon. Sen. Chief Chikwaka; Hon. Sen. Chimbudzi A; Hon.             Sen. Hungwe O; Hon. Sen. Khupe W; Hon. Sen.  Mavetera T; Hon.Sen. Moeketsi         V; Hon. Sen. Mpofu   S; Hon. Sen. Muronzi M; Hon. Sen. Ndlovu P; Hon. Sen.         Chief Nembire; Hon. Sen.      Nyathi R; Hon. Sen. Timire R; Hon. Sen. Chief      Nhema; Hon. Sen. Nyathi R; Hon. Sen. Timire R;    Hon. Sen. Wunganai T; Hon.    Sen. Zivira H.

At 1400 hours in the National Assembly

 

            HIV and AIDS: Hon. Sen. Femai M. (Chairperson); Hon. Sen. Chief Chitanga;

            Hon. Sen. Dube A; Hon. Sen. Chabuka K; Hon. Sen. Chifamba J; Hon. Sen.          Chirongoma J. M; Hon. Sen. Dube A; Hon. Sen. Dube M. R; Hon. Sen. Komichi M;   Hon. Sen. Maluleke O. M; Hon. Sen. Chief  Mapungwana; Hon. Sen. Mathuthu T;           Hon. Sen. Matiirira A; Hon. Sen. Chief Matsiwo; Hon. Sen. Dr. Mavetera T; Hon.        Sen. Mbowa M; Hon. Sen.     Mkhwebu A; Hon. Sen. Ndlovu M; Hon. Sen. Ndlovu             P; Hon. Sen. Dr. Parirenyatwa P. D; Hon. Sen. Phuthi M; Hon. Sen. Rambanepasi C;        Hon. Sen. Chief Siansali;             Hon.    Sen. Shoko G; Hon. Sen. Sinampande H. M;             Hon. Sen. Timveos L; Hon. Sen. Tongogara A; Hon. Sen. Tsomondo B.

 

 

At 1400 hours in Committee Room No. 4

 

            Human Rights: Hon Sen. Chidawu O. (Chairperson); Hon. Sen. Chief Charumbira

            Hon. Sen. Chinake V; Hon. Sen. Gumpo S; Hon. Sen. Gweshe K; Hon. Sen. Chief            Makumbe; Hon. Sen.        Chief Mapungwana; Hon. Sen. Chief Masendu; Hon. Chief             Mathupula; Hon. Sen. Mavetera T; Hon. Sen. Mohadi T. B; Hon. Sen. Mwonzora D;         Hon. Sen. Muzenda T. V; Hon. Sen. Chief Ngezi; Hon. Sen. Chief  Ntabeni; Hon.          Sen. Chief Nyangazonke; Hon. Sen. Shumba C; Hon. Sen. Rwambiwa E.

 

Tuesday, 14th May, 2019

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 413

 

            Sustainable Development Goals: Hon Sen. Chief Khumalo M.      (Chairperson);             Hon. Sen. Chidawu O; Hon. Sen. Chinake V; Hon. Sen. Chief Chundu; Hon.             Sen. Gweshe K; Hon. Sen.  Hungwe O. S; Hon. Sen. Khupe W; Hon. Sen.          Maluleke         O. M; Hon. Sen. Chief Masendu; Hon. Sen.Chief Mathupula; Hon. Sen. Moeketsi V;           Hon. Sen. Mpofu B; Hon. Sen. Mpofu S;  Hon. Sen. Mudzuri E; Hon. Sen. Muzenda         T.V; Hon. Sen. Chief Nechombo; Hon. Sen. Rwambiwa E; Hon. Sen. Shoko G;         Hon.    Sen.Shumba C; Hon. Sen.Timire R;   Hon. Sen. Tongogara A. K; Hon. Sen.             Wunganayi T.

 

 

 

 

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