Parliamentary committees series


Open Committee Meetings Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th November
Meetings for Post-Budget Consultations

Neither the Senate nor the National Assembly will be meeting this week, but MPs will nevertheless be kept busy with the Post-Budget Consultations and preparing themselves for the Post-Budget Debate due to start in the National Assembly next Tuesday 4th December.   They have already had the benefit of a Post-Budget Seminar held yesterday.

Each Portfolio Committee will meet twice.  The first meeting will be to hear reactions to the Budget allocations from the Ministries supervised by the committee and stakeholders.  This meeting will be open to members of the public as observers.  At its second meeting each committee will prepare a report to be presented by the committee chairperson during next week‘s Budget debate in the National Assembly.

Senators will be able to attend Portfolio Committee meetings of their choice, but will not hold separate consultative meetings.  This recognises that the Constitution assigns a lesser role to the Senate when it comes to the Budget – it can recommend to the National Assembly that allocations be amended, but it cannot itself make any amendments.

Open Committee Meetings

The usual rules apply to attendance by the public.  IDs must be produced.  The Kwame Nkrumah Ave entrance to Parliament building must be used.  The tables below show the dates, times and venues of the committee meetings open to the public.

Tuesday 27th November at 10 am

Committee and Committee Clerk Venue
1. Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare[Ms. Masara] Committee Room No. 311
2. Defence  Home  Affairs  and  SecurityServices [Mr. Daniel] Committee Room No. 2
3. Local Government, Public Works and National Housing
[Ms. Macheza]
Committee Room No 413
4. Mines and Mining Development
[Mr. Chiremba]
Senate Chamber
5. Higher  and  Tertiary  Education, Science and Technology Development
[Mrs Hazvina]
Committee Room No. 1
6. Women  Affairs and SMEs
[Mr. Kunzwa]
Committee Room No. 4
7. Budget, Finance and Economic Development [Mr. Manhivi] National Assembly Chamber
8. Youth, Sports   and  Recreation
[Mr  Munjenge]
Government Caucus
9. Energy and Power Development
[Ms Mafuruse]
Committee  Room No. 3
10. Public Accounts
[Mr Ratsakatika]


Wednesday 28th November at 10 am

Committee and Committee Clerk Venue
11. Information, Media and BroadcastingServices
[Mr. Daniel]
Committee Room No. 3
12. Foreign Affairs and International Trade  [Mr. Ratsakatika) Committee Room No. 4
13. Justice,  Legal and Parliamentary
Affairs [Ms. Masara]
Committee Room No. 1
14. Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement
[Mrs. Hazvina]
Senate Chamber
15. Environment and Tourism
[Mr. Mazani]
Committee Room 413
16. Transport and Infrastructural Development [Mr Chiremba] Committee Room No. 311
17. Health and Child Care
[Mrs. Mafuruse]
Committee Room No. 2
18. Primary   and   Secondary   Education
[Mr. Kunzwa]
National Assembly
19. Industry            and     Commerce
[Ms Macheza]
Government Caucus
20. ICT and Courier Services
[Mr Munjenge]


Reminder: Members of the public, including Zimbabweans in the Diaspora, can at any time send written submissions to Parliamentary committees by email addressed to[email protected] or by letter posted to the Clerk of Parliament, P.O. Box 298, Causeway, Harare or delivered to Parliament’s Kwame Nkrumah Avenue entrance in Harare. 

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