March 2016

CCZ 03-13 - MUZANENHAMO v OFFICER IN CHARGE CID LAW AND ORDER & 7 Ors

PATEL JA: This is an application under s 24(1) of the former Constitution for declaratory and consequential relief pursuant to the Declaration of Rights enshrined in that Constitution. The applicant in this matter is HIV positive. He started his anti-retroviral treatment in 2003. On 19 of February 2011, he was arrested at a meeting held to commemorate an AIDS activist. On the day of his arrest he was detained at Harare Central Police Station and then taken to Harare Remand Prison on 23 February 2011.

SC 2012-04 Portfolio Committee Report on Mines and Energy on Diamond Mining (With Special Reference to Marange Diamond Fields) 2009 - 2013

FIRST REPORT

OF THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON MINES AND ENERGY ON DIAMOND MINING

(with special reference to Marange Diamond Fields) 2009 - 2013

Presented to Parliament June 2013

                                                           

Introduction

Policy Brief on Transitional Justice and Peace Building Mechanisms

This Policy Brief brings out the efficacy of traditional mechanisms of transitional justice, the role of indigenous knowledge systems and local capacities as a way of informing national conversations on transitional justice. It further illustrates how local traditional peace building processes such as Cleansing Ceremony/Kurova Guva/Umbiyiso, Memorial/Nyaradzo/Amaduduzo, Appeasement/Kuripa Ngozi, and Kutanda botso can contribute towards the four pillars of transitional justice: Truth telling, Justice, Reconciliation and Restoration.

Ministerial Statement on Carnage on the Roads - 09 March 2016

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT

CARNAGE ON THE ROADS

THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT (DR. J. M. GUMBO) Thank you Mr. Speaker. A request was made by the Committee on Transport and Infrastructural Development that I make a statement regarding the carnage on the roads. In particular relating to the recent accident that took place in Kwekwe, on Thursday last week.

Constitution of Lands Compensation Fund

A Fund to be called the Lands Compensation Fund is hereby established in terms of section 18 of the Public Finance Management Act (Chapter 22:79). The purpose of the Fund is to provide resources for the payment of compensation to former farm owners whose farms were acquired by the State under the Land Reform Programme and to enhance productivity on allocated land, The Fund shall be administered by the Secretary responsible for Lands and Rural Resettlement.

BILL WATCH 11-2016

BILL WATCH 11/2016

[29th February 2016]

Both Houses of Parliament are Sitting This Week

Members of Commissions Sworn In

President Mugabe swore in members of the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission and Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission at State House on Wednesday 24th February.  The members sworn in are listed below.

Finance Ministry's Measures to Curb Abuse of Public Funds - Parl Answer 24 Feb 2016

In the Senate Thursday 24th February 2016
During Question Time

ANSWER BY MINISTER OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
TO QUESTION ON HIS MINISTRY’S MEASURES TO
CURB ABUSE OF PUBLIC FUNDS

 

MEASURES TO CURB ABUSE OF PUBLIC FUNDS

HON. SEN. CHIMHINI asked the Minister of Finance and Economic Development to inform the House –