PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES SERIES 27/2014
[16th May 2014]
Committee Meetings Open to the Public Monday 19th May
Five committee meetings on Monday 19th May will be open to the public, as specified below. Open meetings for the rest of the week will be listed in a separate bulletin.
Monday 19th May at 8.30 am
Portfolio Committee: Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services
Oral evidence from Econet on their ICT and telecommunications services, challenges and achievements with Ecocash
Committee Room No 311
Chair: Hon Chamisa Clerk: Mr Munjenge
Monday 19th May at 10 am
Portfolio Committee: Transport and Infrastructure Development
Oral evidence from CMED Workers Committee on their working conditions
Committee Room No 1
Chair: Hon Midzi Clerk: Ms Macheza
Portfolio Committee: Defence, Home Affairs and Security Services
Oral evidence from the Ministry of Home Affairs on the Trafficking in Persons Bill
Committee Room No 2
Chair: Hon Sibanda Clerk: Mr Daniel
Portfolio Committee: Public Accounts
Oral evidence from the State Procurement Board on the tender process.
Committee Room No 4
Chair: Hon Mpariwa Clerk: Mrs Nyawo
Monday 19th May at 2 pm
Portfolio Committee: Finance and Economic Development
Oral evidence from the Governor of RBZ on the 2014 Monetary Policy Statement
Committee Room No 4
Chair: Hon Chapfika Clerk: Mr Ratsakatika
Members of the public may attend these meetings, but as observers only, not as participants, i.e. they may listen but not speak. The meetings are at Parliament in Harare. If attending, please use the entrance on Kwame Nkrumah Ave between 2nd and 3rd Streets. Note that IDs must be produced.
The above details are based on the latest information from Parliament. But, as there are sometimes last-minute changes to the meetings schedule, persons wishing to attend should avoid disappointment by checking with the relevant committee clerk [see names below] that the meeting is still on and open to the public. Parliament’s telephone numbers are Harare 700181 and 252940/1.
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