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Who liberated us: Misihairabwi-Mushonga

…did the war really take place?

By Daniel Chigundu

PROPORTIONAL representation legislator Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga says she is having difficulties believing the war of liberation really took place in Zimbabwe owing to the current contestation of war participants. 475 more words


Campfire on the Hill

Imagine 500 of your closest Guiding friends, one big campfire, an unbeatable location, and surprise guests who are truly living the Guiding Promise to “take action for a better world.” That’s pretty much what happened at this year’s Girl Guide campfire on Parliament Hill. 616 more words

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Zanu-PF legislators disrupt electoral reforms public meeting.

By Nyasha N Mukapiko

The Harare public hearing meeting on electoral reforms held at the parliament building went into nearly fifteen minutes of adjournment on Monday after two Zanu-PF legislators who constitute the Justice, Legal and Parliamentary affairs committee arrived late and tried to stifle progress. 444 more words


An Open Letter to Members of Parliament

Dear Parliament Member,

In this letter, I have a few pleas. I address this to you because you have the power to make decisions for us. 743 more words

The Time Philip Ruddock Opposed Double Dipping by Retired MPs

Revelations that fomer Minister and Member of Parliament, Philip Ruddock, has continued to receive his full parliamentary retirement benefits whilst in receipt of payment for his role as the Government’s Special Envoy on Human Rights are at odds with a stance he took early in his parliamentary career. 590 more words

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Our ivory has no value internationally …we are the only ones seeing its value: Muchinguri

By Daniel Chigundu

Environment, Water and Climate Change Minister Oppah Muchinguri has said the country’s stockpile of 96 tonnes of elephant and rhino tusks is worthless on the international market. 641 more words


Obituary of former Speaker of Parliament – Cyril Ndebele

By Buhle Tshavango

Former clerk of Parliament Advocate Cyril Enoch Ndebele was laid to rest yesterday after succumbing to an undisclosed ailment on October 7 in Harare. 502 more words