Bill Watch

BILL WATCH 58/2013

[28th November 2013]

Both Houses of Parliament Sat Last Week

The National Assembly also Sat on Tuesday 26th September

Both Houses Will Meet Again on Tuesday 3rd December

Zim Asset

Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation

BILL WATCH 57/2013

[19th November 2013]

Both Houses will Sit on Tuesday 19th November

Swearing-in of Prosecutor-General

BILL WATCH 56/2013

[12th November 2013]

The National Assembly Sat Last Week : The Senate was in Recess

Both Houses will Next Sit on Tuesday 19th November

Parliamentary Legal Committee [PLC]

BILL WATCH 55/2013

[6th November 2013]

The National Assembly is Sitting This Week

The Next Sitting of the Senate is on 19th November

AU Election Observer Mission Report on 31st July Elections

BILL WATCH 54/2013

[29th October 2013]

Parliament is Not Sitting This Week

The Next Sitting of the National Assembly is on 5th November

The Next Sitting of the Senate is on 19th November

The 2014 Budget – Pre-Budget Seminar at Victoria Falls

BILL WATCH 53/2013

[21st October 2013]

The Senate will Sit this Week

The National Assembly will Sit Again on 5th November

No Bills

The situation is as it was for Bill Watch 52 – no Bills are on the agenda in either House, and no Bills have been sent to the Government Printer to be printed for presentation in Parliament. 

BILL WATCH 52/2013

[15th October 2013]

Both Houses Will Sit This Week

No Bills

There are no Bills listed on the Order Paper of either House. 

Coming up in the National Assembly This Week

BILL WATCH 51/2013

[8th October 2013]

Both Houses Sat Last Week

The Senate Will Sit This Week

The National Assembly Will Sit Again on Tuesday 15th October

Coming Up in the Senate This Week

Motions   There are two motions on the Order Paper:

BILL WATCH 50/2013

[7th October 2013]

Update on Legislation

Acts of the Last Parliament Not Yet Gazetted 

Two Bills passed by the last Parliament have still not been gazetted as Acts:

BILL WATCH 49/2013

[7th October 2013]

SI 142 of 2013:  A Spies’ Charter?


BILL WATCH 48/2013

[1st October 2013]

8th Parliament Started Work Last Week

Both Houses of Parliament are Sitting this Week

Both Houses of Parliament sat on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday last week.  Attendance was good and there were no unduly short sittings.  Both Houses will sit again this week, starting on Tuesday 1st October. 

Correction to Bill Watch 45/2013 – Ministerial Appointments

In Bill Watch 45/2013 we named the wrong Mumbengegwi [Samuel] as Minister of Foreign Affairs.  In fact Simbarashe Mumbengegwi is the Minister of Foreign Affairs, retaining his previous Cabinet post.  Any embarrassment caused by this error is sincerely regretted.

BILL WATCH 47/2013

[20th September 2013]

President Opens Eighth Parliament

BILL WATCH 46/2013

[16th September 2013]

Ceremonial Opening of Parliament – Tuesday 17th September

BILL WATCH 45/2013

[16th September 2013]

Ministerial Appointments

On 11th September the President swore in Vice-President Joice Mujuru and Ministers, Ministers of State in the President’s Office or Vice-President’s Office, Ministers of State for Provincial Affairs and Deputy Ministers at State House.

BILL WATCH 44/2013

[6th September 2013]

Swearing-in of MPs of 8th Parliament

BILL WATCH 43/2013

[2nd September 2013]

Swearing-in of MPs of 8th Parliament

The swearing-in proceedings for members of the new Parliament will take place at Parliament on Tuesday 3rd September as follows:

BILL WATCH 42/2013

[27th August 2013]

Swearing in of New [8th] Parliamentary Set for 3rd September

Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe Began on 22nd August

BILL WATCH 41/2013

[26th August 2013]

Presidential Inauguration, New Constitution Fully in Force, End of Inclusive Government

Presidential Inauguration on 22nd August

Mr Mugabe was sworn in as President on Thursday 22nd August, at the National Sports Stadium. 

BILL WATCH 40/2013

[20th August 2013]

Constitutional Court Dismisses Tsvangirai Election Petition

Declares President Mugabe Duly Elected

At 2.30 pm this afternoon, 20th August, Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku handed down the unanimous decision of the Constitutional Court dismissing Mr Tsvangirai’s election petition. 

BILL WATCH 39/2013

[18th August 2013]

Tsvangirai Election Petition Withdrawn