ministerial statement

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT BY THE HON. PROF. MTHULI NCUBE, MINISTER OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TO PARLIAMENT ON ECONOMY, RISING PRICES AND CURRENCY

There are two downloadable documents below:-
(1)  extracts from the National Assembly Hansard for 12th May 2022 showing the statement as delivered in the National Assembly and Minister Mthuli Ncube's responses to MPs' questions and requests for clarification of points in the statement.
(2)  the prepared Ministerial Statement as released by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development.
 
 

Ministerial Statement on Road Carnage

The Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development made a Ministerial Statement in the National Assembly on Thursday 16th September 2021.  The statement sets out in considerable detail how, to use the Minister's words, "the fight against road carnage under my Ministry is addressed under the auspices of five pillars namely: Road Safety Management, Safety Roads in Mobility, Safe Vehicles, Safe Road Use and Post-Crash Response."

Ministerial Statement on Resumption of Sport - Wednesday 21 October 2020

THE MINISTER OF YOUTH, SPORT, ARTS AND RECREATION (HON. COVENTRY):  Thank you Madam Speaker.  Madam Speaker, the Ministry of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation is indeed pleased to learn of the anxiety and apprehension that has gripped the nation over the continued sabbatical of some of the sporting disciplines as related by Hon. T. Biti.  This shows that appetite and the deprivation by the Hon.

Dzamara, Itai - Ministerial Statement on Whereabouts - Parliament 21 November 2018

 

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT

WHEREABOUTS OF ITAI DZAMARA

THE DEPUTY MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE (HON. MADIRO):  Thank you Mr. Speaker Sir.  An oral question was asked and request was put forward for the Minister of Home Affairs to make a Ministerial Statement on the whereabouts of Itai Dzamara and what the Ministry is doing to find him.

 

SI 2017-122A - Exchange Control (Amendment) Regulations, 2017 (No. 5)

Statutory Instrument 122A of 2017

Exchange Control (Amendment) Regulations, 2017 (No. 5)

Gazetted and into force Thursday  28th September 2017

These regulations were  explained by Hon Patrick Chinamasa, Minister of Finance and Economic Development, in paragraph 10 of his Ministerial Statement on Cash Shortages and Bank Charges  delivered in the National Assembly on 28th September. 

Ministerial Statement - 4th May 2017 - Suspension of Chitungwiza Town Councillors

In the National Assembly Thursday 4th May 2017

 

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT

SUSPENSION OF CHITUNGWIZA MUNICIPALITY COUNCILLORS

THE MINISTER OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, PUBLIC WORKS AND NATIONAL HOUSING (HON. KASUKUWERE): Mr. Speaker, I wish to make a Ministerial Statement to Parliament on the suspension of Chitungwiza Municipality Councillors.

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT - Wednesday 12th March 2017 - BI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BANK USE PROMOTION AND SUPPRESSION OF MONEY LAUNDERING UNIT

From National Assembly Debates for Wednesday 12th April 2017

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT

TABLING OF THE BI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BANK USE PROMOTION AND SUPPRESSION OF MONEY LAUNDERING UNIT FOR THE PERIOD OF 1ST JULY TO 31ST DECEMBER, 2016

THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (HON. CHINAMASA):

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