February 2019

Bill Watch 08 - Both Houses of Parliament Have Adjourned to Tuesday 12th February


[10th February 2019]

Both Houses of Parliament Have Adjourned to Tuesday 12th February

Both Houses of Parliament sat again last week.  Both enjoyed a relatively easy week.  Only one sitting lasted until after 5 pm; the others ended well before that, most of them just before or just after 4 pm.  After Thursday afternoon’s sittings both Houses adjourned until next Tuesday, 12th February. 

SI 2019-014 Collective Bargaining Agreement: Printing, Packaging and Newspaper Industry

IT is hereby notified that the Minister of Public Service, Labour
and Social Welfare has, in terms of section 80(1) of the Labour Act
[Chapter 28:01], approved the publication of the Collective Bargaining
Agreement set out in the Schedule which further amends the agreement
published in Statutory Instrument 174 of 2012, registered in terms of
section 79 of the Labour Act.

Speech by the Honourable Mr Justice Luke Malaba, Chief Justice of Zimbabwe - Official Opening of the 2019 Legal Year

Mr Acting Prosecutor-General, Mr Attorney-General, and Advocate Matinenga, it is my pleasure to welcome you all to this occasion which marks the beginning of the 2019 Legal Year. The ceremony has become a permanent feature on the legal calendar. It presents an avenue through which the Judiciary can account to the public for what it has done in the administration of justice during the past year.

GN 2019-104 SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES ACT [CHAPTER 1434] Amendment of a Special Economic Zone

IT is hereby notified that, in terms of section 20(2) of the Special Economic Zones Act [Chapter 14:34], the Zimbabwe Special Economic Zones Authority, has amended the Surewin (Private) Limited Special Economic Zone declared under General Notice 660 of 2018, as item 1, gazetted on the 31st of August, 2018.

Point of Privilege in National Assembly - 29th January 2019 - Hon Innocent Gonese

It is also incumbent upon us as the duly elected representatives, the voice of the voiceless, to ensure that all agencies and all institutions of Government abide by the provisions of the Constitution and for reasons which I am going to adumbrate, it is very clear that there have been some very grave violations of the provisions of our Constitution  ...  Madam Speaker Ma’am, the events of the past two weeks are well known to all Zimbabweans including all Hon. Members of Parliament 

Appropriation (2019) Bill, H.B. 12A-2018 - as amended by the National Assembly and passed by the Senate

To apply a sum of money, for the service of Zimbabwe during the year ending
on the 3 I st December. 2019.
This is the version of the Bill incorporating the amendments made by the National Assembly on 20th December 2018 - and the version that was passed by the Senate on 30th January 2019.