The Daily Agenda 22 April 2010

bulawayo_agendaThe Daily Agenda, published from Monday to Friday provides information on critical governance and developmental issues.

It is our hope that the information provided will be useful to our constituency of readership, particularly the leaders at the local level and civil society practitioners, in informing and shaping their choice of developmental objectives and initiatives.

Bulawayo- The Minister Women, Gender and Community Development, Olivia Muchena, has urged women to advocate for their needs and also fight to get what they want and not only concentrate on the problems they face. In an interview at the sidelines of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) yesterday, Muchena also urged women to educate other women through the production of literature about the experiences they have faced stating their problem and also giving a solution.

– The Ministry of Transport has said that it has enough funds for the completion of the taxiway at the Harare international airport. Addressing delegates at the ZITF, the Minister of Transport, Nicholas Goche, said that the Joshua Mqabuko airport has also been allocated US$ 4 million to ensure the completion of the terminal building by the end of the year.

Upcoming Events

Bulawayo Agenda has scheduled for meetings as follows:

Date Activity Venue

22 April Leadership Training Program Beitbridge

23 April Constitutional Debate Series Hwange Central/Binga North

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Bulawayo Agenda is a civil society organisation that conducts advocacy on issues of democracy. It is committed to providing an apolitical platform for people to express their views and debate on matters that affect their lives. It has active chapters in Gweru, Gwanda, Plumtree, Victoria Falls, Matopo, Hwange, Binga, Nkayi, Lupane and Tsholotsho.

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