5 reasons you should register to vote in 2018 elections | #Ivote4PeaceZW

By Nigel Ndlovhu The Zimbabwean Elections are around the corner and 2018 might seem like a faraway destination but it is really 1 block away. I have complied a list which I think the Zimbabweans youths should read and make their daily bread. 1.Youths we are Large. The youth make up majority of Zimbabwe`s population.  This is the same group which always complaining, the same … Continue reading 5 reasons you should register to vote in 2018 elections | #Ivote4PeaceZW

Let’s decentralise Mbare Veggie Market – Harare Mayor, Manyenyeni

By Daniel Chigundu HARARE Mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni says the famous Mbare Veggie Market is congested and needs to be decentralized to help easy pressures and avoid outbreak of such diseases as typhoid and cholera. The veggie market which has been in existence since 1907 when Mbare high density suburb was established, is a citadel of fruit and vegetables as most farmers from areas surrounding … Continue reading Let’s decentralise Mbare Veggie Market – Harare Mayor, Manyenyeni

[Download] Schedule for Parliament Portfolio & Thematic Committees #WEEK6 2017

Download  this weeks schedule for Parliament Portfolio Committees and Thematic Committes Committee Schedule Week Ending 3 February 2017 Committees of Parliament undertake such specialized functions which the House as a whole sitting in session may not be able to undertake and execute. Executive oversight, principally the review and monitoring of operations and activities of government programs and policies, takes a variety of forms and utilizes … Continue reading [Download] Schedule for Parliament Portfolio & Thematic Committees #WEEK6 2017

It’s naive for any party to think that it can win in 2018 by going it alone | #Ivote4PeaceZW

By Daniel Chigundu Seasoned economist Vince Musewe says the time is ripe for opposition party leaders to swallow their pride and form a coalition if they entertain any hopes of winning 2018 elections. Zimbabwe is scheduled to go for general elections to determine not only the future of the country, but also the future of opposition parties and even that of faction laden Zanu PF. Opposition … Continue reading It’s naive for any party to think that it can win in 2018 by going it alone | #Ivote4PeaceZW

Min. Jonathan Moyo launches $150 000 sanctions impact research

By Open Parly  The Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development has announced the University of Zimbabwe consortium as the winning team billed to research the impact of sanctions in Zimbabwe. This development comes after the Ministry advertised calling for proposals in September last year, the ministry has dedicated USD150 000 to bankroll the research. The research team is made up of academics … Continue reading Min. Jonathan Moyo launches $150 000 sanctions impact research

Zimbabweans embrace bond notes – Zanu PF MPs

By Portia Sigauke Zanu PF Mps yesterday said Zimbabweans were happy with the introduction of bond notes citing that it was government’s best thing ever done to the people. Making a contribution during debate session, Zanu PF Member of Parliament for Uzumba, Simbaneuta Mudarikwa, claimed that through the introduction of bond notes people’s lives were changed as there are able to transact and access cash … Continue reading Zimbabweans embrace bond notes – Zanu PF MPs

Here is a quick way you can contribute to the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment bill now!

by Munya Bloggo  Here are 3 quick ways you can let your voice be heard in the corridors of Parliament. Its very simple! Step 1: Know Your Rights Section 328(4) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that; (4) Immediately after the Speaker has given notice of a Constitutional Bill in terms of subsection (3), Parliament must invite members of the public to express their views on the … Continue reading Here is a quick way you can contribute to the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment bill now!

Ministry of Education fails to provide Quarterly report to Portfolio committee

On the 19th of January the Portfolio Committee of the Ministry of Education congregated to make a post 2017 Budget analysis of their allocation. However, it would appear as though most Portfolio Committee meetings that day were closed to the public serve for them informing most civic society members that they were open on the day before. it would appear as though Parliament processes are … Continue reading Ministry of Education fails to provide Quarterly report to Portfolio committee

NERA meet ZEC to discuss polling stations mapping process

By Nkanyiso Ncube The National Electoral Reform Agenda (NERA) and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) are set to obtain the digital itinerary for Phase 2 of the Polling station Mapping Process. Mapping out polling stations is the process of ensuring legitimate polling station locations are verified and utilized for 2018 elections. This Process has been broken into three Phases. We are now entering Phase 2. … Continue reading NERA meet ZEC to discuss polling stations mapping process