Mthuli increases CDF to ZW$175K

By Daniel Chigundu Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda has revealed that the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) has been increased to about ZW$175 238 per constituency. Legislators had complained during the Supplementary Budget debate that what had been previously allocated to them in the initial 2019 budget had been eroded by inflation and changes …

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What is a budget consultation and why it is important

By James Martin The 2019 financial year has not been rosy for the Zimbabwean people after the country’s pseudo currency; the bond note drastically lost its value against the most preferred United States Dollar. Treasury and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) introduced several policy changes to bail the country’s economy but to no avail. …

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I have now matured: Honourable Prince Sibanda

By Daniel Chigundu Binga North legislator Prince Dubeko Sibanda says he has now matured and will not exhibit bad behaviour in the National Assembly. Legislators have come under fire most of the time for behaving badly through hackling, singing and making noise while in the National Assembly at a time when they are supposed to …

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Spirit mediums demand recognition in the constitution:[Full Text]

Norton legislator Temba Mliswa says he was sent by some spirit mediums who were conducting some rituals in his constituency to tell Parliament that they also want to be recognised in the country’s constitution as is being done to war veterans. Mliswa said the spirit mediums complained that only Mbuya Nehanda and Sekuru Kaguvi are …

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Spirit mediums demand recognition in the constitution:[Full Text]

Norton legislator Temba Mliswa says he was sent by some spirit mediums who were conducting some rituals in his constituency to tell Parliament that they also want to be recognised in the country’s constitution as is being done to war veterans. Mliswa said the spirit mediums complained that only Mbuya Nehanda and Sekuru Kaguvi are …

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Accountant General didnt know his job: Biti

By Staff Reporter Public Accounts Portfolio Committee Chairperson Tendai Biti has told Parliament that the Accountant General in the Ministry of Finance Daniel Muchemwa was a lackadaisical man who did not know his functions. Muchemwa, when he appeared before the Committee, failed to answer various questions and also confirmed that he did not do most …

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Accountant General didnt know his job: Biti

By Staff Reporter Public Accounts Portfolio Committee Chairperson Tendai Biti has told Parliament that the Accountant General in the Ministry of Finance Daniel Muchemwa was a lackadaisical man who did not know his functions. Muchemwa, when he appeared before the Committee, failed to answer various questions and also confirmed that he did not do most …

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Publish our salaries in newspapers: Mliswa

By Daniel Chigundu Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has called on Parliament to publish in newspapers the level of salaries that legislators are getting adding that it will go a long way in dispelling the belief that they are being handsomely paid. Legislators have been demanding better salaries and comfortable vehicles such land cruiser V8 over …

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Govt is the biggest economic saboteur: Mliswa

By Daniel Chigundu  Norton legislator Temba Mliswa says the government must desist from blaming the private sector for the challenges being experienced in the economy when it is creating those challenges. Various cabinet ministers have accused the private sector of working with the country’s enemies in a bid to try and incite people to revolt …

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Govt is the biggest economic saboteur: Mliswa

By Daniel Chigundu  Norton legislator Temba Mliswa says the government must desist from blaming the private sector for the challenges being experienced in the economy when it is creating those challenges. Various cabinet ministers have accused the private sector of working with the country’s enemies in a bid to try and incite people to revolt …

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