MPs must get comfortable cars: Mliswa

Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has called on Parliament to ensure legislators are given comfortable cars such as land cruiser V8 as well as have their salaries and allowances reviewed upwards as was agreed. Mliswa said most legislators sleep in Parliament during debates because they will be tired from using uncomfortable cars as compared to those …

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Council, Chiyangwa in deal to regularize Harare South

By Takunda Mandura Harare City Council has authorized Town Clerk Hosiah Chisango to negotiate with Philip Chiyangwa’s company Pinnacle Property Holdings (PVT) Ltd on a proposal to regularize illegal housing developments in Harare South. In November 2018 Pinnacle Property Holdings (PVT) Ltd approached the council with a proposal to partner in the regularization of housing …

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MPs demand electricity update

By Daniel Chigundu  Parliament says Energy and Power Development Minister Fortune Chasi must come back to the House and indicate to the legislators whether the country still has electricity or not, in light of the crippling load shedding which is also affecting production. Most Zimbabweans are enduring about 15 hours of load shedding on a …

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Convert CDF to US$ using inter-bank rate

By Daniel Chigundu Warren Park legislator Shakespeare Hamauswa has called on the Minister of Finance and Economic Development Mthuli Ncube to convert the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) to US Dollars using the interbank rate as a way of preserving value. Currently, each of the 210 Parliamentary Constituencies is entitled to about $50 000 RTGS in …

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Madiwa rubbishes ZHRC election report

By Daniel Chigundu Mutasa North legislator Chido Madiwa says the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) Report on the 2018 harmonised election should be dismissed as it is biased and lack seriousness. The report heap a lot of blame on Zanu PF for various electoral malpractices during the 2018 election period and also proffer some solutions …

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Madiwa rubbishes ZHRC election report

By Daniel Chigundu Mutasa North legislator Chido Madiwa says the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) Report on the 2018 harmonised election should be dismissed as it is biased and lack seriousness. The report heap a lot of blame on Zanu PF for various electoral malpractices during the 2018 election period and also proffer some solutions …

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MPs who earned their sitting allowances in March

By Daniel Chigundu Parliament is currently on a month-long break (from the 21st of March to the 7th of May), and we take this opportunity to give you a list of names of legislators who were active in the past House sittings. In our first issue of this series, we highlighted names of legislators who …

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Mliswa clashes with Norton Council over Kingsdale land

By Wisdom Mumera Norton legislator Temba Mliswa says Norton Town Council is clearly captured following its alleged decision to give Maparahwe Properties a development permit for another Kingsdale sub-division. Mliswa said NTC is corrupt, inefficient and that the councillors performance leaves a lot to be desired. “Indications are that Maparahwe Properties is set to be …

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We won’t go anywhere unless we unite: Matambanadzo

By Daniel Chigundu Kwekwe Central legislator Masango Matambanadzo (National Patriotic Front) says Zimbabwe is not going anywhere unless political parties come together in the same way they did for the Unity Accord and the GNU. Zimbabwe is facing a lot of challenges economically, socially and politically and the current government appears to be clueless on how …

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