PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES SERIES 5/2019
Public Consultations on Companies & Other Business Entities Bill :
Tuesday 26th February to Friday 1st March
The National Assembly’s Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs will hold public consultations on the Companies and Other Business Entities Bill [H.B. 8, 2018] from Tuesday to Friday this week, as follows:
|Tuesday 26 Feb||Mutare||Holiday Inn, Mutare||9.00 am|
|Wednesday 27 Feb||Masvingo||Regency Flamboyant Hotel||9.00 am|
|Thursday 28 Feb||Bulawayo||Holiday Inn, Bulawayo||9.00 am|
|Friday 1 March||Harare||Senate Chamber||9.00 am|
Attendance at the Public Consultations
Members of the public, interested groups and organisations are invited to attend these consultations – and to present their views on the Bill for inclusion in the Portfolio Committee’s report to the National Assembly in due course.
Anyone wearing on military uniform, signs of ranks, flags or badges or political party regalia will not be allowed access to the public consultations.
Written submissions and correspondence on the Bill are also welcome and should be addressed to:
The Clerk of Parliament
Attention: Portfolio Committee on Industry and Commerce
P.O. Box CY 298
Queries may be made on telephone numbers (0242) 700181 or 252936 – 50 to:
Shepherd Manhivi (Committee Clerk), extension 2057
Linda Tanyaradzwa Manyemba (public relations officer).
Fax: (0242) 252935
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 at Parliament’s Kwame Nkrumah Avenue entrance in Harare.
A Note on the Bill
The Bill is available on the Veritas website here [link]. A detailed official explanatory memorandum is included with the Bill.
Purpose: To replace and update the law relating to companies and private business corporations.
Gazetted: 5th October 2018
Ministry: Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs
Note: The Bill under consideration is the Bill bearing the Parliamentary reference number H.B. 8, 2018 and having 303 clauses and 310 pages [not the slightly different and shorter Bill of the same name that lapsed at the end of the last Parliament].
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