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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FULL TEXT: Hon. Mliswa debate on Parly Budget

Courtesy of Parliament Hansard Honourable Temba Mliswa (Norton):  Thank you, Chairman.  I do not blame the Hon. Minister Ndlovu for wanting to debate the budget because she is in the Executive.  She is not a Member of Parliament.  She has two cars; she has bodyguards and many allowances I really understand. We now go back …

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Committee chaos, Mliswa says he might resign

By Daniel Chigundu Norton legislator Temba Mliswa says he might resign as the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee Chairperson on Mines following disagreements with some Zanu PF legislators on issues of the procedure with regards to the Hwange Colliery probe. Mliswa had wanted British business tycoon Nicholas Van Hoogstraten to give evidence on the Hwange Colliery issues …

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Who is New in Parliament: Mary Thandiwe Mliswa| Hurungwe West| Zanu PF|

By Wisdom Mumera Hurungwe West legislator Mary Thandiwe Mliswa is more famous as Temba Mliswa’s sister than as her own person. Politically she has perennially been in the shadow of the Norton legislator who has been in the trade longer. Mary who is also Minister of State for Mashonaland West, however, draws her political inspiration …

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Who is New in Parliament: Mary Thandiwe Mliswa| Hurungwe West| Zanu PF|

By Wisdom Mumera Hurungwe West legislator Mary Thandiwe Mliswa is more famous as Temba Mliswa’s sister than as her own person. Politically she has perennially been in the shadow of the Norton legislator who has been in the trade longer. Mary who is also Minister of State for Mashonaland West, however, draws her political inspiration …

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All eyes on the Mines Committee

By Daniel Chigundu As Parliamentary Portfolio Committee and Thematic meetings begin this week, all eyes will be on the Mines and Mining Development Committee which stole the limelight in the 8th Parliament. The committee which was arguably the best performing by any stretch or standard of measure already has the Mines Bill on its plate. …

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