Justice Minister Emerson Mnangagwa today said he was not sure when Members of Parliament who were not re-elected and those still owed allowances for the last parliament sittings will be paid.
The rise of former Central Bank governor Gideon Gono to the Senate to fill the vacancy left by Kumbirai Kangai is not guaranteed as some people want to make it look.
Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said that the new constitution will be available in 16 languages and the government has already printed over 750 000 copies in English, Shona and Ndebele and will distribute these to provincial capitals next month.
Buhera South Member of Parliament Joseph Chinotimba today brought up the issue of the Independent Media Panel of Inquiry again, the second time in two months, asking why members of the panel continued to get allowances of between $5 000 and $10 000 a month while salaries of Zimbabwe Broadcasting employees, some of whom were earning $400 a month, had been slashed by half.
The Member of Parliament for Mbizvo Settlement Chikwinya yesterday introduced a motion calling on Education Minister Lazarus Dokora to urgently convene a national summit to look at the deteriorating education in the country as well as to reverse his directives on entrance examinations for Form One and holiday lessons.