Bill Watch Parliamentary Committees Series 27-2022 - Public Hearings on Children's Amendment Bill

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PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES SERIES 27/2022

[8th July 2022]

Public Hearings on the Children’s Amendment Bill

The National Assembly’s Portfolio Committee on Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare will conduct a series of public hearings on the Children’s Amendment Bill this coming week from Monday 30th to Friday 3rd June.  The Bill is available on the Veritas website [link] as is a useful commentary on the Bill by Veritas [link].

Committee members will split up into two teams so as to cover centres in every province. 

The programme for the public hearings  by both teams is shown in the tables [as supplied by Parliament] set out below. 

 

PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SERVICE, LABOUR AND SOCIAL WELFARE
PUBLIC HEARINGS ON CHILDREN’S AMENDMENT BILL (H.B. 12, 2021)

TEAM A

Day

TIME

PLACE

VENUE

Monday 11 July

1100-1300 hrs

MVURWI

Mvurwi Park

Tuesday 12 July

1200-1400 hrs

BUHERA

BSPZ Hall, Murambinda Growth Point

Wednesday 13 July

1100-1300 hrs

BIKITA

Tabudirira Secondary School

Thursday 14 July

1000-1200 hrs

SILOBELA

Ngwandu Lounges, Crossroads Business Centre

Friday 15 July

1000-1200 hrs

HARARE

Epworth Local Board Hall

Friday 15 July

1400-1600 hrs

HARARE

Dzivarasekwa 1 Hall

TEAM B

DAY

TIME

PLACE

VENUE

Monday 11 July

1000-1200 hrs

HWEDZA

Hwedza Inn

Tuesday 12 July

1200-1400 hrs

CHEGUTU

Neuso Business Centre

Wednesday 13 July

1400-1600 hrs

BULAWAYO

Stanley Hall -Makokoba

Thursday 14 July

1000-1200 hrs

PLUMTREE

Ngwizi Business Centre

Friday 15 July

1400-1600 hrs

BINGA

Pashu Business Centre

 

The usual rules for public hearings will apply:

All those who will be wearing military uniforms, signs of ranks, flags or badges and political party regalia will not have access to the public hearing.

The public, interested groups, organisations and individuals are invited to attend these public hearings.

The public hearings will at all times comply with the Ministry of Health and Child Care COVID-19 Regulations regarding the observing of social distancing, sanitization, temperature screening and wearing of facial masks.  All members of the public are urged to observe these requirements which will be monitored by the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare teams.

Written Submissions

Written submissions and correspondences are welcome and should be addressed to:

The Clerk of Parliament

Attention: Portfolio Committee on Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare

P.O Box CY 298

Causeway, Harare

Submissions can also be made by email through: clerk@parlzim.gov.zw

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