We have not sacked Mudzuri: MDC
Legislators Not Conversant to Debate Cyber Bill
By Daniel Chigundu MDC says stories circulating on social media that the party has sucked one of its vice presidents Elias Mudzuri is false and a non-event. Mudzuri yesterday attended a parliament function at State House which was being presided over by President Emmerson Mnangagwa is not recognised by the MDC. MDC legislators have been …
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by Wisdom Mumera The majority of the current crop of legislators lack the necessary knowledge and skills to provide the much needed input into the Cyber Crime Bill according to various internet governance experts. The Cyber Crime and Cyber Security Bill is set to come before Parliament within the next two weeks according Parliamentary Portfolio …
Extend Proportional Representation
The 2019 National Budget constitutes the first macro-fiscal financial framework for implementing the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP), which is an initial stepping stone towards realising Vision 2030.
Specific interventions in the Budget w…
Nduna mocks Chegutu West voters
By Daniel Chigundu Zanu PF legislator for Chegutu West Dexter Nduna has called on his party to consider using its 2/3 majority in Parliament to change the constitution to extend the Proportional Representation term limit to infinity. Proportional Representation which was brought about as a way of capacitating women to be able to stand on …
Bindura mine workers challenge eviction
By Daniel Chigundu Chegutu West legislator Dexter Nduna has thanked the people of his constituency for voting him to the second term in Parliament adding that he is grateful for their faith in him. Honourable Nduna lost the Chegutu West seat to MDC Alliance candidate Konjana Machoka in the 30 July election but was erroneously …
Homosexuality May Go Extinct
By Watmore Makokoba After 18 years of languishing poverty following the closure of operation, Bindura’s Ran Mine former workers have demonstrated to challenge their earmarked eviction. Ran Mine situated in Mashonaland Central province stopped operating in 2010, leaving thousands of workers stranded and poverty-stricken up to this day. The former workers, constituting hundreds of families, have been living at the […]
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What to expect in Parliament this week
Homosexuality may go extinct going into the future since the genes do not promote reproduction according to research results. Results from an ongoing research by Andre Ciani Italian Professor of evolutionary psychology at Italy’s University of Padova produced in international media says using the principles of the Darwinian Theory the genes may go extinct. “The […]
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Gabbuza’s arrest pegs back free speech
By Daniel Chigundu The drama continues this week in the Parliament of Zimbabwe in both House sittings and Portfolio Committees as has become the norm these days. Parliament is sitting from 19th to the 22nd of November with an interesting lineup of committees that will be capped with the 2019 national budget presentation by Finance …
By Wisdom Mumera The recent arrest of MDC Alliance legislator for Binga South Gabuza Joel Gabbuza has reignited the debate on the issue of free speech and President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s sincerity for change. Gabbuza who is also MDC’s national executive member and one of the long-serving legislators in the pro-labour party is being charged with …