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SENATE VOTES 13 MARCH 2018 NO 28

 

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No. 28

 

PARLIAMENT

 

OF

 

ZIMBABWE

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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE

 

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FIFTH SESSION – EIGHTH PARLIAMENT

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TUESDAY, 13TH MARCH 2018

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Half past two o’clock pm.

President of the Senate in the Chair.

 

PRAYERS

 

Bhebe M,

Bhobho H,

Buka F,

Carter M.N,

Chabuka K,

Chiduku Chief,

Chifamba J,

Chimanikire A,

Chimbudzi A,

Chimhini D.A,

Chimutengwende C.C.C,

Chipanga T. S,

Chitanga Chief,

Chizema C,

Goto R,

Gwenzi Chief,

Jadagu G.T,

Khumalo D. T,

Komichi M,

Mabhugu F. E,

Machingaifa T,

Makone T,

Makore J,

Makwarimba C,

Maluleke M. O,

Manyeruke J,

Marava M,

Marozva Chief,

Masendu Chief,

Mashavakure N,

Mathuthu T. A,

Matiirira A,

Mavhunga M,

Mawire J,

Mkhwebu A,

Moeketsi V,

Mohadi T.B,

Mtshane Chief,

Mugabe C. T,

Mumvuri D.D.E,

Muronzi M,

Murwira T,

Musaka  M..B,

Musarurwa Chief,

Ncube S,

Ndhlovu J,

Nembire Chief,

Ngungumbane Chief,

Ntambeni Chief,

Nyambuya M.R Gen. (Rtd,)

Nyamukoho Chief,

Nyathi R,

Parirenyatwa P.D,

Sekeramayi T.S,

Shiri A,

Shoko G,

Sibanda B,

Sinampande H,

Tawengwa C. Z.

Timveos L.

 

 

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

Hon. Maziwisa P., Hon. Mukupe T, Hon.

 

Printed by Order of the Senate

 

Absent with leave

 

Hon. Sen. Muzenda T.V.         

 

1.      The President of the Senate informed the Senate that the Joint Sitting Rules of

      Parliament were circulated through the Hon. Senators’ pigeon holes and requested

      for their submissions to the Counsel to Parliament by Thursday, 22nd March, 2018.

 

2.       The Deputy Minister of Finance and Economic Development moved: That Notices of

 Motions Nos 1 to 3, for today, stand over until Order of the Day No. 14 has been disposed of.

 

      Motion put and agreed to.

 

      3.     Second reading: Public Entities Corporate Governance Bill, (H. B. 5A, 2017) – The Minister of Finance and Economic Development

           

            Bill read a second time. Committee- Tomorrow.

                                                           

     4.    Committee: Consideration of an Adverse Report by the Parliamentary Legal         Committee on Statutory Instrument No. 110 of 2017-Presidential Powers (Temporary

  Measures) (Extension of State Liabilities Act to the Assets of Chitungwiza Municipality) Regulations, 2017—Hon. Maziwisa (for Hon. Samukange).

         

(House in Committee)

        

            Report put for consideration.

 

           Hon. Maziwisa, moved: That the Adverse Report be withdrawn from the Order Paper.

 

           Motion put and agreed to.

 

           (House resumed)

 

           The Chairperson reported that the Committee of the Whole House had considered the Adverse Report of the Parliamentary Legal Committee and agreed that it be withdrawn.

 

           Motion put and agreed to.

 

5.        Committee: Consideration of an Adverse Report by the Parliamentary Legal Committee on Statutory Instrument No. 79 of 2017-Agricultural Marketing Authority (Command Agriculture Scheme for Domestic Crop, Livestock and Fisheries Production) Regulations, 2017—Hon. Maziwisa (for Hon. Samukange).

 

(House in Committee)

         

           Report put for consideration.

 

           Hon. Maziwisa, moved: That the Chairperson do now report progress and seek leave to sit again.

 

           Motion put and agreed to.

 

           (House resumed)

 

           Progress reported.

 

           Committee to resume- Tomorrow.

 

 

6.    Adjourned debate on motion on the call on the Executive to provide alternative resettlement areas for communities from Zvehamba, Mahatshe and Matankeni (Adjourned 8th March, 2018- The Minister of State for Bulawayo Metropolitan Province.)

 

 [Day elapsed: 3]

 

Question again proposed:       That this House-

 

DISTURBED by the lack of commitment by the Ministry of Lands and Rural Resettlement to provide alternative resettlement areas for communities from Zwehamba; Mahatshe; and Matankeni evicted to pave way for developmental national projects;

CONCERNED at the apparent lack of consideration for such communities who had to bear the brutal brunt of oppression in 1947 when they resisted eviction;

COGNIZANT that it is their right to enjoy the fruits and the benefits of the war of liberation in view of their heroic exploits when they resisted colonial oppression;

MINDFUL that such communities have to be involved in the Command Agriculture Programme which was launched in 2016, a year which coincided with their unscheduled evictions.

NOW THEREFORE; calls upon the Executive to expeditiously resolve the issue of providing arable land to sixty-two households from Zwehamba; Mahatshe; and Matankeni areas in the Matobo District so that they can resume their farming activities unperturbed so as to live a prosperous and stable life premised on peace and stability which is requisite in the whole of Zimbabwe – Hon. Sen. Mlotshwa

On the motion of Hon. Sen. Marava, seconded by Hon. Sen B. Sibanda: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

7.         Adjourned debate on motion on protection of consumers from corruption (Adjourned 8th March, 2018- Hon. Sen. Mawire)

 

 [Days elapsed: 7]

 

Question again proposed:       That this House-

 

MINDFUL of the need to protect consumers from unscrupulous business people bent on maximizing profits at the expense of the majority of the people;

 

DESIROUS to have consumers that fully appreciate the role of the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe, the law enforcement agency and other agencies of the State that protect them from exploitation of their hard earned cash;

 

CONCERNED at the ineptitude and flippant attitude by banking institutions who cover up for their inefficiencies under the guise of network system that are always alleged to be down;

 

DISTURBED by unwarranted price hikes for goods on hire purchase that have seen consumers falling victim to malpractices by individuals who have even gone to the extent of siphoning some civil servants’ salaries without their knowledge through the Salary Service Bureau.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, calls for concerted efforts by the State to stamp out such corrupt practices by formulating effective Consumer friendly laws to protect Zimbabwean citizens and thereby instill a sense of confidence in the economy among our people. Hon. Sen. Mawire

           

On the motion of Hon. Sen. Mawire, seconded by Hon. Sen. Marava: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

8.         Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Thematic Committee on Indigenisation and Empowerment on the Circumstances Surrounding the Non-Establishment of Community Share Ownership Trusts in Mudzi and Mutoko Districts. (S.C. 10, 2017). (Adjourned 7th March, 2018 – The Minister of State for Bulawayo Metropolitan Province).

 

                                                                              [Days elapsed: 32]

 

Question again proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report that the Thematic Committee on Indigenisation and Empowerment on the Circumstances Surrounding the Non-Establishment of Community Share Ownership Trusts in Mudzi and Mutoko Districts (S.C. 10, 2017)—Hon. Sen. Tawengwa.

 

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

 

9.         On the motion of Hon. Sen. Tawengwa, seconded by Hon. Sen Mohadi: The Senate  

           adjourned at seventeen minutes to five o’clock pm.

 

 

                                                                                               

                                                                                                                      E. MADZONGWE,

                                                                                                                President of the Senate.

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 14TH MARCH 2018

 

ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICES OF MOTIONS

 

 

1.         The Minister of Labour and Social Welfare

 

            THAT WHEREAS Section 327 (2) (a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that      any Convention, Treaty or Agreement acceded to, concluded or executed by or under          the authority of the President with one or more foreign states of governments or           International Organisations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

 

            WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe is desirous of becoming party to the          Marrakesh Treaty to facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons who are blind,      visually impaired or otherwise print disabled;   

 

            WHEREAS the Marrakesh Treaty recognizes that Governmental and Non –           Governmental Organisations play an important role in providing persons with print            disabilities with access to alternative format materials;

 

            WHEREAS the Republic of Zimbabwe is desirous of ratifying the Marrakesh Treaty;

 

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

 

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

 

2.         The Minister of Labour and Social Welfare

 

THAT WHEREAS Section 327 (2) (a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that any convention, treaty or agreement acceded to, concluded or executed by or under the authority of the President with one or more foreign states of governments or International Organisations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

           

WHEREAS Zimbabwe is committed to promote and protect the social and economic rights of its people and guarantee International Organisations and regional best practices in the labour market;

 

            AND WHEREAS Zimbabwe approved of the SADC policies on Child Labour, Social      Security, Use of Chemicals, HIV and HIV and Decent work it remains desirous to   realize the aspirations of regional cooperation and integration in the employment and          Labour sector;

            AND WHEREAS, His Excellency, the President of the republic of Zimbabwe, Cde.         Robert Gabriel Mugabe on the 18th of August 2014 at Victoria Falls signed SADC            Protocol and Employment and Labour;

NOW THEREFORE, in terms of Section 327 (2) (a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, this House resolves that the aforesaid Ratification of the SADC Protocol on Employment and Labour be and is hereby approved for acceptance.

 

3.         The Minister of Labour and Social Welfare

 

            THAT WHEREAS, Section 327 (2) (a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that     any Convention, Treaty or Agreement acceded to, concluded or executed by or under          the authority of the President with one or more foreign states or governments or            International Organisations shall be subject to approval by Parliament;

 

            WHEREAS Zimbabwe is a member State of the International Labour Organisation           and seeks to eradicate forced labour in all its forms;

 

            AND WHEREAS Cabinet approved of the Ratification of the ILO Protocol to the           Forced Labour Convention P029 on the 1st of June 2017;

 

                NOW THEREFORE, in terms of Section 327 (2) (a) of the Constitution of   

                 Zimbabwe, this House resolves that the aforesaid Protocol be and is hereby   

                 approved for acceptance.

 

4.         Committee: Public Entities Corporate Governance Bill, (H. B. 5A, 2017) – The Minister of Finance and Economic Development.

 

5.        Committee:  To resume on an Adverse Report by the Parliamentary Legal Committee on Statutory Instrument No. 79 of 2017-Agricultural Marketing Authority (Command Agriculture Scheme for Domestic Crop, Livestock and Fisheries Production) Regulations, 2017—Hon. Samukange

 

6.        Hon. Sen. B. Sibanda

           Hon. Sen. Marava

 

            This House

            COGNISANT of the constitutional rights of the elderly as prescribed in Section 82 of      the Constitution of Zimbabwe;

            AWARE of the provisions of the Older Persons Act (Chapter 17: 11); and

DETERMINED to see older persons receive and enjoy better care and attention than they currently get in all spheres of life;

NOW, THEREFORE, this House calls upon government to:

a)      review and update legislation relating to the welfare  and upkeep of the elderly;

b)      embark on training and re- orientation of society on our traditional and ubuntu values in relation to the rights and privileges  of the elderly;

c)      compensate those elderly who had their retirement annuities and pensions ravaged by rabid inflation;

And urges traditional systems and all none state actors to jealously guard against any abuse and or inconsiderate treatment of the elderly.

 

7.      Hon. Sen. Mtshane

          Hon. Sen. Mugabe

 

        That this House takes note of the Report of the delegation to the World Parliamentary Forum on Sustainable Development held in Bali, Indonesia from 6th to 7th    September, 2017.

 

 

8.       Hon. Sen. Mavhunga

          Hon. Sen. Mugabe

 

            That This House

 

   ACKNOWLWDGING the preamble of the Constitution of Zimbabwe which among  

   others recognize the need to overcome all challenges and obstacles that impede our     

   progress;

 

COGNISANT of that the Information Communication Technology (ICT) is becoming an important catalyst for socio-economic development in the global economy;

 

NOTING the urgent need to address the ICT divide between the rural and urban, the young and the old people in our country;

 

ALSO NOTING that ICT illiteracy among some sections of our community is hindering economic progress and achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) whose theme is “leave no one behind”;

 

APPLAUDING government initiatives to setting up community information centers throughout the country and prioritizing ICT literacy from the Early Childhood Development (ECD) level;  

NOW, THEREFORE, calls upon the Ministry of Information, Communication Technology and Cyber Security to-

a)      Prioritise installation of the fiber optic infrastructure in all rural areas;

b)      roll out an ICT literacy programme targeting the middle aged and rural populace in order to overcome challenges and obstacles that hinder progress;

c)      take appropriate measures to ensure internet services are easily accessible and affordable

d)     expedite the Cyber Crime Bill in order to protect citizens from online abuses.

 

9.         Hon. Sen. Mohadi

             Hon. Sen. Mawire

 

            That this House takes note of the Report of the 41st Plenary Assembly of the SADC – Plenary         Forum, Mahe, Seychelles, from 4th  to 15th July 2017.

 

 

 

10.   Adjourned debate on motion on the call on the Executive to provide alternative resettlement areas for communities from Zvehamba, Mahatshe and Matankeni (Adjourned 13th March, 2018- Hon. Sen. Marava.

 

 [Day elapsed: 4]

 

Question proposed:     That this House-

 

DISTURBED by the lack of commitment by the Ministry of Lands and Rural Resettlement to provide alternative resettlement areas for communities from Zwehamba; Mahatshe; and Matankeni evicted to pave way for developmental national projects;

CONCERNED at the apparent lack of consideration for such communities who had to bear the brutal brunt of oppression in 1947 when they resisted eviction;

COGNIZANT that it is their right to enjoy the fruits and the benefits of the war of liberation in view of their heroic exploits when they resisted colonial oppression;

MINDFUL that such communities have to be involved in the Command Agriculture Programme which was launched in 2016, a year which coincided with their unscheduled evictions.

NOW THEREFORE; calls upon the Executive to expeditiously resolve the issue of providing arable land to sixty-two households from Zwehamba; Mahatshe; and Matankeni areas in the Matobo District so that they can resume their farming activities unperturbed so as to live a prosperous and stable life premised on peace and stability which is requisite in the whole of Zimbabwe – Hon. Sen. Mlotshwa

 

11.       Adjourned debate on motion on protection of consumers from corruption (Adjourned 13th March, 2018- Hon. Sen. Mawire)

 

 [Days elapsed: 8]

 

Question proposed:     That this House-

 

MINDFUL of the need to protect consumers from unscrupulous business people bent on maximizing profits at the expense of the majority of the people;

 

DESIROUS to have consumers that fully appreciate the role of the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe, the law enforcement agency and other agencies of the State that protect them from exploitation of their hard earned cash;

 

CONCERNED at the ineptitude and flippant attitude by banking institutions who cover up for their inefficiencies under the guise of network system that are always alleged to be down;

 

DISTURBED by unwarranted price hikes for goods on hire purchase that have seen consumers falling victim to malpractices by individuals who have even gone to the extent of siphoning some civil servants’ salaries without their knowledge through the Salary Service Bureau.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, calls for concerted efforts by the State to stamp out such corrupt practices by formulating effective Consumer friendly laws to protect Zimbabwean citizens and thereby instill a sense of confidence in the economy among our people. Hon. Sen. Mawire

 

12.       Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Thematic Committee on Indigenisation and Empowerment on the Circumstances Surrounding the Non-Establishment of Community Share Ownership Trusts in Mudzi and Mutoko Districts. (S.C. 10, 2017). (Adjourned 13th March, 2018 – Hon. Sen. Tawengwa.

 

                                                                              [Days elapsed: 33]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report that the Thematic Committee on Indigenisation and Empowerment on the Circumstances Surrounding the Non-Establishment of Community Share Ownership Trusts in Mudzi and Mutoko Districts (S.C. 10, 2017)—Hon. Sen. Tawengwa.

 

13.       Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Thematic Committee on

       Sustainable Development Goals on SDG No. 3 (Adjourned 7th March, 2018-

 The Minister of State for Bulawayo Metropolitan Province)

                                                                                         

                                                                                          [Days elapsed: 40]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Thematic Committee on Sustainable Development Goals on SDG No. 3: “Ensure Healthy Lives and Promote Well-being for all at all ages”, (S. C. 8, 2017) – Hon. Sen. Chief Mtshane

 

14.       Adjourned debate on motion on the First Report of the Thematic Committee on Peace and Security on the Preparedness of the Grain Marketing Board to handle the 2016/2017 Crop Deliveries and the Success of the Command Agriculture Programme (Adjourned, 7th March, 2018—The Minister of State for Bulawayo Metropolitan Province).

 

                                                                                          [Days elapsed: 29]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the First Report of the Thematic Committee on Peace and Security on the Preparedness of the Grain Marketing Board to handle the 2016/2017 Crop Deliveries and the Success of the Command Agriculture Programme (S. C. 15, 2017)- Hon. Sen. Mumvuri.

 

15.       Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Zimbabwe delegation to the International Conference on Promoting Stakeholder and Parliamentary Dialogue on Arms Trade Treaty (Adjourned 7th March, 2018- The Minister of State for Bulawayo Metropolitan Province)

 

[Days elapsed: 23]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the Zimbabwe delegation to the International Conference on Promoting Stakeholder and Parliamentary Dialogue on the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) held at Pullman Teranga Hotel in Dakar, Senegal from 13th to 14th June, 2017- Hon. Sen. Timveos.

 

16.       Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the 7th Retreat of the Association of Senates, Shoora and equivalent Councils in Africa and the Arab World (ASSECAA) (Adjourned 7th March, 2018- Hon. Sen. Makore)

 

[Days elapsed: 14]

 

Question proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the 7th Retreat of the Association of Senates, Shoora and equivalent Councils in Africa and the Arab World (ASSECAA), held form the 26th to 27th November 2016 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia- Hon. Sen. Makore.

    

17.       Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Parliament of Zimbabwe   

            Delegation to the Eighth Retreat of the Association of Senates, Shoora and   

            Equivalent Councils in Africa and the Arab World (ASSECAA) (Adjourned 7th

            March, 2018- The Minister of State for Bulawayo Metropolitan Province)

 

          [Days elapsed: 14]

 

            Question proposed: That this House takes note of the Report of the Parliament of Zimbabwe Delegation to the Eighth Retreat of the Association of Senates, Shoora and Equivalent Councils in Africa and the Arab World (ASSECAA), held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from 20th to 21st May 2017- Hon. Sen. Sinampande.

 

 

 

THURSDAY, 15TH MARCH, 2018

 

 

QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWERS

 

      QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE.

 

  *        QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE.

 

*1.       Hon. Sen. Chimbudzi:  To ask the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development:

a)      To explain the Ministry’s policy with regards to ensuring that all imported vehicles that are currently parked in most areas of the country pay taxes to the government;

b)      To further explain why they are parked when they are already in the country;

c)      How these vehicles got into the country when they are not being used for their intended purposes.

d)     To state whether citizens are fully conversant with laws governing the importation of vehicles and the consequences of breaching such laws.

 

[Transferred 5th October, 2017]

 

*2.       Hon. Sen. Khumalo D.T.:  To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to explain why district hospitals do not have the capacity to help malnourished children, and to send them to private or mission hospitals for recovery.

 

[Deferred from 2nd November, 2017]

 

*3.       Hon. Sen. Khumalo D.T.:  To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to explain why district and provincial hospitals managements are not aware of the one thousand nutrition days for mother and Child.

 

     [Deferred from 2nd November, 2017]

 

*4.       Hon. Sen. Khumalo D.T.:  To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care whether the Ministry is aware that Nutritionists are not part of the decision making team in districts and provinces yet this is where critical issue relating to Hospitals are discussed.

 

                                                                                         [Deferred from 2nd November, 2017]

 

*5.       Hon. Sen. Khumalo D.T.:  To ask the Minister of Health and Child Care to explain why food nutrition is not recognized as a science subject when training nurses.

 

                                                                               [Deferred from 2nd November, 2017]

 

*6.       Hon. Sen Chimhini: To ask the Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting

            Services:

                          a) To explain the misinformation by the Ministry relating to the alleged $10                                       000,00 payments per month for what was owed to Zimbabwe Music Rights

                              Association (ZIMURA) in 2010, when in fact the Zimbabwe Broadcasting

                              Cooperation (ZBC) had only paid $30 000 as at 18 October 2017 as

                              opposed to $90 000 which should have been paid by that time.

 

                          b) To inform the House when the Ministry intends to clear arrears to

                   ZIMURA in excess of $650 000 which were accrued over a seven year

                  period.

 

c)  To state how the Ministry will assist musicians to receive royalties, in     view of the fact that many of them live in abject poverty.

 

                                                                                   [Deferred from 2nd November, 2017]

 

 

 

MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES

 

 

Wednesday, 14th March 2018

 

At 0900 hours in Committee Room No. 4.

 

Human Rights: Hon. Sen. Rtd Gen. Nyambuya M.-(Chairperson) Hon. Sen.  Buka F., Hon. Sen. Carter M., Hon. Sen. Charumbira Chief, Hon. Sen. Chimhini D.A, Hon. Sen. Chipanga T, Hon. Sen. Chisunga Chief, Hon. Sen. Gampu IV Chief, Hon. Sen. Machingaifa T, Makone T, Hon. Sen. Makore J, Hon. Se. Makwarimba C, Hon. Sen., Hon. Sen. Maluleke O.  Hon. Sen. Manyeruke J, Hon. Sen. Marava M, Hon. Sen. Mashavakure N, Hon. Sen. Mawire J, Hon. Sen. Hon. Sen. Moeketsi V, Mtshane Chief, Hon. Sen. Muronzi M, Hon. Sen. Musaka M.B, Hon. Sen. Nebiri Chief, Hon. Sen. Ntabeni Chief, Hon. Sen. Nyangazonke Chief, Hon. Sen. Siansali Chief, Hon. Sen. Sibanda B, Hon. Sen. Sinampande H. (Committee Clerk—Mr. J. Mazani)

 

 Thursday, 15th March 2018

 

At 0900 hours in Committee Room 4. 

 

Peace and Security: Hon. Sen.  Mumvuri D.D.E -  (Chairperson) Hon. Sen. Carter M,  Hon. Sen. Chabuka K., Hon.Sen. Charumbira Chief, Hon. Sen. Chiduku Chief, Hon. Sen. Chimbudzi A, Hon. Sen. Chipanga, Hon. Sen. Dandawa Chief, Gampu Chief, Hon. Sen. Jadagu G.T, Hon. Sen. Komichi M, Hon. Sen. Machingaifa T, Hon. Sen. Makone T, Hon. Sen. Makore J, Hon. Sen. Marava M, Hon. Sen. Mawire J, Hon. Sen. Mohadi T.B, Hon. Sen. Musaka M.B, Hon. Sen. Musarurwa Chief, Hon. Ncube S., Hon. Sen. Ngungumbane Chief, Hon. Sen. Rtd Gen. Nyambuya M, Hon. Sen. Nyamukoho Chief, Hon. Sen. Ntabeni Chief, Hon. Sen. Sibanda A, Hon. Sen. Sinampande H.M, Hon. Sen. Timveos. (Committee Clerk—Ms. E. Masara)

 

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room No. 413

 

Indigenisation and Empowerment: Hon. Sen. Mavhunga M- (Chairperson), Hon. Sen. Bhebe M, Hon. Sen. Bhobho H. Hon. Sen. Chimanikire A, Hon. Sen. Chief Chitanga, Hon.  Sen. Dandawa Chief, Hon. Sen. Goto R, Hon. Sen. Maluleke O. M, Hon. Sen.  Marozva Chief, Hon. Sen. Mashavakure N, Hon. Sen. Matiriira A, Hon Sen. Mavhunga M, Hon. Sen. Mlotshwa S, Hon. Sen. Murwira T, Sen. Ndlovu J, Hon. Sen. Chief Nembire, Hon. Sen.  Nyamukoho Chief, Hon. Sen.  Nyangazonke Chief, Hon. Sen. Nyathi R, Hon. Sen.Tawengwa C.Z.  (Committee Clerk—Mrs. E. Mafuruse).

 

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