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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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thursday, 31st MAY, 2018

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Half past two o’clock pm.

The President of the Senate in the Chair.

 

PRAYERS

Bhebe M,

Bhobho H,

Chabuka K,

Charumbira Chief

Chiduku Chief,

Chifamba J,

Chimbudzi A,

Chimhini A,

Chimutengwende C.C.C,

Chipanga T.S,

Chitanga Chief,

Chizema C,

Dandawa Chief,

Goto R,

Gwenzi Chief,

Jadagu G.T,

Khumalo D.T,

Komichi M,

Mabhugu  F.E,

Machingaifa T,

Makwarimba C,

Maluleke M.O,

Manyeruke J,

Marozva Chief

Mashavakure N,

Mathuthu T.A,

Matiirira A,

Mavhunga M,

Mawire J,

Moeketsi V,

Mohadi  T.B,

Mtshane Chief,

Mugabe C.T,

Mumvuri D.D.E,

Muronzi M,

Murwira T,

Musaka M.B,

Musarurwa Chief,

Nebiri Chief,

Nyambuya M.R (Retired),

Nyamukoho Chief,

Nyathi R,

Sekeramayi T.S,

Shiri A,

Shoko G,

Sibanda A,

Sibanda B,

Tawengwa C.Z,

 

 

 

 

 

 

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. Muzenda T.V.

 

1.         Bills received from the National Assembly.

Date received

           

            Public Health Bill (H.B. 7, 2017)

            Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill (H. B. 19A, 2015) …………..…31st May, 2018.

 

2.         Hon. Sen. Tawengwa, seconded by Hon. Sen. Mohadi, moved: That Question Time be deferred until Order of the Day No. 9 has been disposed.

 

            Motion put and agreed to.

 

3.         Hon. Sen. Mohadi, seconded by Hon. Sen. Mumvuri, moved: That Notice of Motion No. 1, for today, stands over until Order of the Day No. 9 has been disposed of.

 

            Motion put and agreed to.

 

4.        Adjourned debate on motion on cultural development as being key to economic development. (Adjourned 30th May, 2018 –Hon. Sen. D.T. Khumalo)

 

[Days elapsed: 13]

 

           Question again proposed: That this House-

 

           NOTING that cultural development is key to economic development of the country;

 

           FURTHER NOTING that delay of devolution and cultural development has led to the underdevelopment of some areas of the country.

 

           Calls upon this House to:

 

a)      Support the development of local languages.

b)      Give consideration to local people where employment opportunities arise in their areas.

c)      Expedite the devolution process for planning, implementing and monitoring economic development and use of resources.

d)     Ensure inclusiveness in all government sectors such as Parastatals management boards and government ministries.  Hon. Sen. D.T. Khumalo

 

On the motion of Hon. Sen. D. T. Khumalo, seconded by Hon. Sen. B. Sibanda: Debate adjourned until Tuesday, 5th June, 2018.

 

5.        Adjourned debate on motion on need to address the ICT divide between rural, urban, young and old in the country (Adjourned 30th May, 2018 –Hon. Sen. Mohadi).

 

[Days elapsed: 16]

            Question again  proposed: That This House-

 

       ACKNOWLEDGING 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 the fact 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 and 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. -Hon. Sen. Mavhunga.

On the motion of Hon. Sen. Mavhunga, seconded by Hon. Sen. Mumvuri: Debate adjourned until Tuesday, 5th June, 2018.

 

6.        Adjourned debate on motion on the call on the Executive to provide alternative resettlement areas for communities from Zvehamba, Mahatshe and Matankeni (Adjourned 30th May, 2018-Hon. Sen. Mohadi).

 

 [Days elapsed: 21]

 

Question again proposed:       That this House-

 

DISTURBED by the lack of commitment by the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture 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. Chief Charumbira, seconded by Hon. Sen. Tawengwa: Debate adjourned until Tuesday, 5th June, 2018.

 

7.          Adjourned debate on motion on the report of the delegation to the World Parliamentary Forum on Sustainable Development (Adjourned 30th May, 2018- Hon. Sen. Chief Mtshane).

 

 [Days elapsed: 17]

 

Question again proposed:  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- Hon. Sen. Mtshane.

 

Motion, with leave, withdrawn.

 

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 30th May, 2018 – Hon. Sen. Mohadi).

 

                                                                              [Days elapsed: 50]

 

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. B. Sibanda: Debate adjourned until Tuesday, 5th June, 2018.

 

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

       Sustainable Development Goals on SDG No. 3 (Adjourned 30th May, 2018-

 Hon. Sen. Chief Mtshane).

                                                                                         

                                                                                          [Days elapsed: 57]

 

Question again 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.

 

Motion put and agreed to.

 

10.       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 30th May, 2018—Hon. Sen. Mumvuri).

 

                                                                                          [Days elapsed: 46]

 

Question again 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.

 

On the motion of Hon. Sen. Mumvuri, seconded by Hon. Sen. Tawengwa: Debate adjourned until Tuesday, 5th June, 2018.

 

11.       On the motion of Hon. Sen. Chief Charumbira, seconded by Hon. Sen. Tawengwa: The Senate adjourned at three minutes to three o’clock pm until Tuesday, 1st June, 2018 at half past two o’clock in the afternoon.

 

 

                                                                

 

                                                                                

E. MADZONGWE,

                                                                                     President of the Senate.

 

                                      

 TUESDAY, 5TH JUNE, 2018

 

           ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICES OF MOTION

 

1.         The Minister of Finance and Economic Development

 

THAT WHEREAS in terms of Section 2 of the Commissions of Inquiry Act [Chapter 10:07], on 24th July 2015, the President through Proclamation No. 8 of 2015 (Statutory Instrument No. 80 of 2015), established a Commission of Inquiry in the Conversion Process used in the Conversion of pensions and Insurance Benefits from Zimbabwean Dollars to United States Dollars to provide the Insurance and Pensions Industry a transparent process for addressing the afore – said conversion;

 

WHEREAS further to the said Proclamation, the Commission chaired by justice (Rtd) L.G. Smith produced a Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Conversion of Insurance and Pension Values from the Zimbabwe Dollar to the United State Dollar dated March 2017;

 

WHEREAS the Commission of Inquiry was, in the opinion of the President, for the public welfare;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, the House is requested to take note of the Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the conversion of Insurance and Pension Values from the Zimbabwe Dollar to the United States Dollar dated March 2017; as tabled by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development.

 

2.        Adjourned debate on motion on the Second Reading of the Civil Aviation Amendment Bill, (H. B. 4A, 2017) (Adjourned 30th May, 2018- The Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development)

 

                                                                                                                        [Day elapsed: 2]         

           Question proposed: That the Civil Aviation Amendment Bill, (H. B. 4A, 2018) be now read a second time - The Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development

 

3.        Second Reading: Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill, (H. B. 19A, 2015)- The Minister of Mines and Mining Development.

 

4.        Second Reading: Public Health Bill, (H. B. 7, 2017)- The Minister of Health and Child Care.

 

5.        Hon. Sen. Mohadi

           Hon. Sen. Tawengwa

 

           That this House:-

 

RECOGNISING that the legislature consists of both the Senate and the National Assembly that the legislative mandate is conferred on both Houses by the Constitution in sections 116 and 131;

 

AWARE that sections 97, 109, 110(2)(c), 113, 140 and 213(4) of the Constitution require that the two Houses sit jointly to make decisions as a singular entity;

 

NOTING that section 139 of the Constitution provides for Parliament to make rules called Standing Orders to regulate its procedures and sittings;

 

NOW THEREFORE, resolves to adopt the Joint Sitting Standing Rules and Orders. 

 

6.        Hon. Sen. Rtd. Gen. Nyambuya

           Hon. Sen. B. Sibanda

 

That this House takes note of the First Report of the Thematic Committee on Human Rights on Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery, (S. C. 4, 2018).

 

7.        Hon. Sen. Mohadi

           Hon. Sen. T. Muzenda

 

           That this House takes note of the Report of the 42nd Plenary Assembly of the SADC Parliamentary Forum held in Windhoek, Namibia from 25th November to 4th December, 2017.

 

8.        Adjourned debate on motion on cultural development as being key to economic development. (Adjourned 31st May, 2018 –Hon. Sen. D.T. Khumalo)

 

[Days elapsed: 14]

 

           Question proposed: That this House-

 

           NOTING that cultural development is key to economic development of the country;

 

           FURTHER NOTING that delay of devolution and cultural development has led to the underdevelopment of some areas of the country.

 

           Calls upon this House to:

 

e)      Support the development of local languages.

f)       Give consideration to local people where employment opportunities arise in their areas.

g)      Expedite the devolution process for planning, implementing and monitoring economic development and use of resources.

h)      Ensure inclusiveness in all government sectors such as Parastatals management boards and government ministries.  Hon. Sen. D.T. Khumalo

 

9.        Adjourned debate on motion on need to address the ICT divide between rural, urban, young and old in the country (Adjourned 31st May, 2018 –Hon. Sen. Mavhunga).

 

[Days elapsed: 17]

            Question proposed: That This House-

 

       ACKNOWLEDGING 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 the fact 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 and 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-

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

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

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

h)      expedite the Cyber Crime Bill in order to protect citizens from online abuses. -Hon. Sen. Mavhunga.

10.      Adjourned debate on motion on the call on the Executive to provide alternative resettlement areas for communities from Zvehamba, Mahatshe and Matankeni (Adjourned 31st May, 2018-Hon. Sen. Chief Charumbira).

 

 [Days elapsed: 22]

 

Question proposed:     That this House-

 

DISTURBED by the lack of commitment by the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture 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 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 31st May, 2018 – Hon. Sen. Tawengwa).

 

                                                                              [Days elapsed: 51]

 

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.

 

12.       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 31st May, 2018—Hon. Sen. Mumvuri).

 

                                                                                          [Days elapsed: 47]

 

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.

 

 

 

                                      THURSDAY, 7TH JUNE 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 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]

 

*3.        Hon. Sen. Sibanda B.:  To ask the Minister of Labour and Social Welfare to explain to the House the Ministry’s position in considering current method of selecting social welfare beneficiaries of food distribution through nomination by gathered villagers and to furnish the House if the Ministry considers reviewing this approach to ensure that a more rational and professional method is adopted.

         

                                                                                     [Deferred from 2nd November, 2017]

 

*4.        Hon. Sen. Muzenda T. V: To ask the Minister of Home Affairs and Culture to state 

measures being put in place to ensure observance of traffic regulations by motorists.

 

*5.       Hon. Sen. Muzenda t. V: To ask the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development to state whether the Ministry would consider instituting a legislation that would compel drivers to use hand free cell phones when driving. 

 

*6.       Hon. Sen. Muzenda T. V: To ask the Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing to state the measures being put in place to decongest the Harare Central Business District.

 

 

MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES

 

 

Monday, 4th June 2018

 

                                    At 1400 hours in Committee Room No. 3.

 

Gender and Development:  Hon Sen. Makore. J.-(Chairperson), Hon. Sen. Bhobho H, Hon. Sen. Buka F, Hon Sen. Chiduku Chief, Hon. Sen. Chitanga Chief, C, Hon. Sen. Goto R, Hon. Sen. Jadagu G.T., Hon. Sen. Khumalo D.T, Hon. Sen. Mabugu F.E, Hon. Sen. Masendu Chief, Hon. Sen. Matiriira A, Hon. Sen. Mavhunga M, Hon. Sen. Moeketsi V, Hon. Sen. Mugabe C.T, Hon. Sen. Nembire Chief, Hon. Sen. Shiri A, Hon. Sen. Sibanda A. (Committee Clerk—Mr. A. Kunzwa) 

 

At 1400 hours in Committee Room 413.

 

HIV and AIDS: Hon. Sen. Timveos L.-(Chairperson) Hon. Sen. Bhebe M, Hon. Sen. Chabuka K, Hon. Sen. Chifamba J, Hon. Sen. Chimanikire A, Hon. Sen.  Chimbudzi A, Hon. Sen. Chimhini D.A, Hon. Sen. Chisunga Chief, Hon. Sen. Chitanga Chief, Hon. Sen. Chizema C.F, Hon. Sen.  Gwenzi Chief, Hon. Sen. Komichi M., Hon. Sen. Manyeruke J, Hon. Sen. Marozva Chief, Hon. Sen. Masuku A., Hon. Sen. Mkhwebu A, Hon. Sen. Mohadi T.B, Hon. Sen. Mumvuri D.D.E, Hon. Sen. Murwira T., Hon. Sen. Ncube S., Hon. Sen. Ndlovu J, Hon. Sen.  Nebiri Chief, Hon. Sen. Ngungumbane Chief, Hon. Sen. Nyathi R, Hon. Sen. Shoko G, Hon. Sen. Sibanda B., Hon. Sen.  Sinampande H.M (Committee Clerk – Mr. S. Manhivi)

 

 

Tuesday, 5th June 2018

 

At 1000 hours in Committee Room 413.

 

Sustainable Development Goals:  Hon. Sen. Mtshane Chief-(Chairperson) Hon. Sen. Bhobho, Hon. Sen. Chifamba J, Hon. Sen. Dandawa Chief, Hon. Sen. Gwenzi Chief, Hon. Sen. Khumalo D. T., Hon. Sen. Makwarimba C, Hon. Sen. Masendu Chief, Hon. Sen. Masuku A, Hon. Sen. Mkwebu A, Hon. Sen. Mlotshwa S, Hon. Sen. Mugabe C.T, Hon. Sen. Muronzi M., Hon. Sen. Shiri A, Hon. Sen. Shoko G, Hon. Sen. Siansali Chief, Hon. Sen. Tawengwa C. Z. (Committee Clerk—Mrs. C. Mataruka)

 

 

Wednesday, 6th June 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. S. Manhivi)

 

 Thursday, 7th June 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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