Zim could have been better with Tongogara alive

By Daniel Chigundu Chipinge coffee farmer Richard Le Vieux who is at the centre of a land (Farfell Coffee Estate) dispute with Remembrance Mbudzana has told Parliament to reflect on how Zimbabwe could have been had the late former ZANLA commander General Josiah Tongogara not died. Tongogara, who died in 1979 when the country was …

The post Zim could have been better with Tongogara alive appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Let’s fix political issues also: Mangudya

By Daniel Chigundu Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya has called on politicians in the country to put the same amount of effort being put on the economy when dealing with political and social issues. Zimbabwe is currently at a political standstill owing to disputed 2018 general elections which saw President Emmerson Mnangagwa being …

The post Let’s fix political issues also: Mangudya appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Auditor General’s Report | STATE ENTERPRISES & PARASTATALS REPORT

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 …

The post Auditor General’s Report | STATE ENTERPRISES & PARASTATALS REPORT appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Auditor General’s Report | STATE ENTERPRISES & PARASTATALS REPORT

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 …

The post Auditor General’s Report | STATE ENTERPRISES & PARASTATALS REPORT appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Parly wants another ministerial statement on health Situation

By Daniel Chigundu The National Assembly has called on Health and Child Care Minister Obediah Moyo to present another ministerial statement on the state of the health sector in the country amid reports of industrial action by health workers. According to reports in the media, health workers have resorted to working only two days per …

The post Parly wants another ministerial statement on health Situation appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Wadyejena’s Lamborghini is a Moral Affront to Our Austerity

By Wisdom Mumera Gokwe-Nembudziya legislator Justice Mayor Wadyajena’s latest acquisition, a US$420 000 garish Lamborghini Urus has raised the anger of many with its starkly immoral portrayal of the gap between the elitist ruling and the poverty-stricken public. The vehicle is out of place in 98% of Zimbabwe’s roads and very much so in Gokwe …

The post Wadyejena’s Lamborghini is a Moral Affront to Our Austerity appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Growing elephant herd puts Zimbabwe in CITES Dilemma

By Daniel Chigundu Zimbabwe is caught up in a dilemma on whether to stay or pull-out of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) on the back of a growing elephant herd and dwindling space which is also being taken up by an equally growing human population. There are about 84 000 elephants …

The post Growing elephant herd puts Zimbabwe in CITES Dilemma appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Army must stay away from demonstrations

By Daniel Chigundu  Political activist Paddington Japajapa has told Parliament that the military should not be given any role in dealing with civilian demonstrations. The last time the military was called in to help deal with demonstrations in the country was is in August 2018 and in January this year where some civilians ended up …

The post Army must stay away from demonstrations appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more