Parliamentary Committee Reports

PLC Adverse Report on SI 2017-74 - Police (Association) Regulations

In pursuit of its Constitutional mandate as provided for in Section 152 of the Constitution, the Parliamentary Legal Committee (hereinafter referred to as “the Committee”) met on the 18th of July 2017. On its agenda, was the analysis of Statutory Instrument 74 of 2017, Police (Association) Regulations, 2017, gazetted on the 9th of June 2017.

Report on the Zimbabwe Parliamentary Delegation to Iran for the 6th International Conference in Support of Palestinian Uprising

1.0 Introduction~
At the invitation of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (Parliament) of the Islamic Republic of Iran, The Speaker of the National Assembly, Hon. Advocate J.F. Mudenda, accompanied by two members of the Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs, Hon. K. Paradza (Committee Chairman) and Hon. P.

Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal & Parliamentary Affairs Report on the Constitution Amendment No.1 Bill

In the National Assembly 6th June 2017

Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 1) Bill

Report by the Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs


On 3rd January, 2017 under the General Notice 1/2017, Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No.1) Bill [H.B 1, 2017] was published in terms of Section 328 (3) of the Constitution.

Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy Report on the Consolidation of the Diamond Mining Companies - SC 9-2017

The diamond industry plays an important role in the socio-economic development of several African countries, given that 65% of the world's diamonds, with an annual value of 8,5 billion American dollars are extracted from the continent. Globally, it is estimated that 10 million people benefit either directly or indirectly from the diamond industry. ln Southern Africa, countries such as Botswana, Namibia and South Africa are realising substantial socio-economic gains from the diamond industry.

Adverse Report of the Parliamentary Legal Committee on the land Commission Bill and & Other Related Documents

NOTE BY VERITAS: The Parliamentary Legal Committee’s adverse report forms the first part of this document. It was announced in the Senate on 30th March. The rest of the document contains additional material included by Veritas – the explanation given to the Senate by the PLC chairperson on 4th April, a comment by Senator Chief Charumbira in the Senate the following day and the text of the amendments which are the subject of the adverse report.

Joint Report of the Finance and Economic Development and Small and Medium Enterprises and Cooperative Development on the Movable Property Security Interests Bill (H.B. 7, 2016)


HON. CHAPFIKA:  Thank you very much Madam Speaker.  I rise to present the Portfolio Committee joint report of the Finance and Economic Development and Small and Medium Enterprises and Cooperative Development on the Movable Property Security Interests Bill (H.B. 7, 2016).

Portfolio Committee Report on Local Gvt, Rural & Urban Development on Service Delivery by Local Authorities

The Portfolio Committee on Local Government, Rural and Urban Development plays an oversight role on the Ministries of Local Govemment, Public Works and National Housing and Rural Development, Promotion and Preservation of National Culture and Heritage. The Committee conducted an inquiry into the operations of Local Authorities with a view to assess overall service delivery.

Portfolio Committee Report on Transport and Infrastructural Familiarization Tour of Airports & the P’tree - Mutare Road Project – SC 25, 2016

The Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio- Economic Transformation (ZIMASSET) embodies the country's economic blueprint for the five year period from 2013 to 2017.
Accordingly, ZIMASSET sets out the Government's plan towards accelerating Zimbabwe's economic growth and bringing the country back on a firm path of prosperity.

PLC Adverse Report on SI 86 of 2016 - Plumtree Clamping & Tow-away by-laws

In pursuit of its Constitutional mandate as provided for in Section 152 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, the Parliamentary Legal Committee on the 22nd of September, 2016 at 11:00hrs met to consider Statutory Instruments gazetted during the month of August 2016 among them Statutory Instrument 86 of 2016 titled “Plumtree “By-laws”) After deliberations, it unanimously resolved that an adverse report be issued Town Council (Clamping and Tow-Away) By-laws” (hereinafter referred to as the in respect of the Statutory Instrum

Report of the Thematic Committee On Peace and Security on the State of The Country’s Borders

1.0       Introduction

In the wake of reports that national borders have become porous and conduits of smuggling which have cost the nation millions of dollars due to inefficiencies and operational deficiencies, the Committee visited two border posts namely Beitbridge and Plumtree to get a more comprehensive understanding of the problems.

2.0       Background