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Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance of the Consolidated Revenue Fund - Oct 2016

The Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance (CSFP) is prepared on the going concern basis. The Consolidated Statement has been based upon accounting policies, which have been consistently applied. The Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance on pages 6 to 15 has been approved by the Secretary and Paymaster General, and the Accountant Genenal.

Parliament Invites Public Comments on Constitution Amendment Bill

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS ON THE CONSTITUTION OF ZIMBABWE AMENDMENT BILL HB1, 2017

Section 328(4) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that;
“(4) Immediately after the Speaker has given notice of a Constitutional Bill in terms of subsection (3), Parliamentmust invite members of the public to express their views on the proposed Bill in public meetings and through written submissions, and must convene meetings and provide facilities to enable the public to do so.”

CJ Chidyausiku's Speech at the Opening of the 2017 Legal Year

We gather here today to mark the official opening of the 2017 Legal Year.

For each year that I have presided over the official opening of the Legal Year, I have chosen a theme for my speech.

In 2016 I applauded the cordial relationship that has developed amongst the key players in the justice delivery system and which now characterises our interaction. I pray that this cordial relationship continues to grow from strength to strength. 

2016 Mid Year Fiscal Policy Review Statement (8 Sept 2016)

INTRODUCTION

1. Mr Speaker, I rise to present this year’s Mid-Year Fiscal Policy Review, complying with Section 7 (2) (a) of the Public Finance Management Act.

2. This requires the Minister responsible for Finance to “provide full and transparent accounts, from time to time and not less than annually to Parliament, indicating the current and projected State of the Economy, the Public Resources of Zimbabwe and the Fiscal Policy of the Government.”

Zimbabwe National Policy for ICT 2016

Introduction

The development and application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) since Independence in 1980 to date has seen unprecedented changes due to fast technological developments. This growth has been achieved through the realisation of the indispensable nature of ICTs by the Government of Zimbabwe, which initiated the development of the first National ICT Policy, finalised in 2005.

Zimbabwe’s Draft Computer-Crime and Cybercrime Bill (Layman’s Draft) July 2013

A Bill for An Act to criminalize offences against computers and network related crime; to consolidate the criminal law on computer crime and network crime; to provide for investigation and collection of evidence for computer and network related crime; to provide for the admission of electronic evidence for such offences, and to provide for matters connected with or incidental to the foregoing.

Hon Cross motion on VP Mphoko interference at Avondale police - July 2016

Extract from Hansard
National Assembly
27th July 2016

 

MOTION

LEAVE TO MOVE ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE ON A MATTER OF URGENT PUBLIC IMPORTANCE: UNLAWFUL RELEASE OF TWO SUSPECTS FROM POLICE CUSTODY

 

HON. CROSS: Mr. Speaker Sir, I rise with the indulgence of the National Assembly to introduce a motion of national urgent importance which I hope can be debated later on this afternoon, at a designated time.

Report of the Auditor-General for the Financial Year Ended December 31, 2015 on State Enterprises and Parastatals

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Audit mandate
My duties as set out in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and amplified in the Audit Office Act [Chapter 22:18] are, in addition to examining, auditing and reporting on accounts of all persons entrusted with public monies or state property, to audit all institutions and agencies of government, and at the request of government carry out special audits of the accounts of any statutory body or government controlled entity.

Speaker of Parliament’s Ruling on the Validity of the PLC Report on the Local Government Amendment Bill

FROM NATIONAL ASSEMBLY HANSARD
Tuesday 28th June 2016 

Speaker of Parliament’s Ruling on the Validity of the PLC Report on the Local Government Amendment Bill

 

Hon. Gonese raised a point of order alleging that the meeting of the Parliamentary Legal Committee which decided on the Non Adverse Report on the Local Government Laws Amendment Bill (H. B. 1A, 2016) was unprocedural and the Speaker ruled as follows:

Local Government Laws Amendment Bill - Complete Portfolio Committee report - 28th & 29th June 2016

FROM NATIONAL ASSEMBLY HANSARD
Tuesday 28th June and 29th June 2016  

 

NOTE BY VERITAS: The greater part of this report was read out in the National Assembly on 28th June, before Hon Zindi was interrupted by the adjournment of the House.  She completed her presentation on 29th June, as indicated on page 4 below.

 

PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE REPORT ON
LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAWS AMENDMENT BILL

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