Category: Legal and Parliamentary Affiars

Sunny Yi Feng Tiles Zimbabwe

No Foreign Investment to progress at the expense of the environment: Temba Mliswa

By Joyce Mukucha Sunny Yi Feng Tiles Zimbabwe, a Chinese factory company in Norton has been accused of violations and non-compliance issues by neglecting to comply with...

Munyaradzi Chimwara (second from left) giving a lecture on the need to provide access to reproductive health for all

Remove age of consent limit to accessing reproductive health services: COMPASS-ACT

By Owami Sithole Adolescents continue to experience challenges in accessing reproductive health services be it in schools and communities because of a limit imposed by...

Clement Mavungu, PAP's legal officer

African legislators draft “model law” to strengthen Food Security and Nutrition in Africa

By Staff Reporter The Pan-African Parliamentary (PAP) Committee on Rural Economy, Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources recently came up with this draft model...

Members of the African Court led by its President Hon Justice Sylvian Ore (C) addressing journalists at a media training workshop in Harare

African Court conducts sensitisation workshops and seminars in Zimbabwe

The African Court on Human and People’s Rights (AfCHPR) is in Zimbabwe on a sensitisation mission with a view of promoting the Pan African Judicial Organ....

Members attending the Inter-Parliament Union meeting

Inter-Parliament Union supports Africa’s development

By Staff Reporter The Inter-Parliament Union (IPU) President Gabriela Cuevas Barrons pledged to work closely with Africa as a token of appreciation for the support they...

Members of Pan African Parliament at the meeting in Midrand, South Africa

The Association of Secretaries-General of African Parliaments elects new leadership

By Staff Reporter The Association of Secretaries-General of African Parliaments (ASGAP) recently elected the new leadership during the Ordinary Session of the Permanent...

Joseph Busha, businessman and politician

Investigation into NSSA corruption should date back to the 1990s: JM Busha

Politician and eminent businessman, Mr. Joseph Makamba (JM) Busha has said investigations into corruption at the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) should date...

Hon. Senator Rebecca Kadaga Speaker of Parliament from Uganda (L) has called for more time to focus on forced displacements in Africa

Dedicate more time to issues of refugees and forced displacements: African Parliamentarians

Delegates at the just ended 10th Conference of Speakers of African Assemblies and Senates have proposed an extension to the dedication period regarding this year’s...

Zimbabwe wants and deserves a robust opposition
MDC Alliance led by Advocate Nelson Chamisa (pictured) complaints of being denied grant under the Political Parties Finance Act

MDC Alliance Raises Red Flag On Grant Under the Political Parties Finance Act

The MDC alliance has described  as “brazen act of political thuggery” the move by government to withhold the MDC grant entitled to the party under the...

ZESN observed recent by-elections

ZESN Statement on recent by-elections

As part of its comprehensive efforts to observe the Lupane East Constituency National Assembly, Nkayi Rural District Council (RDC) Ward 23 and Bubi RDC Ward 22...