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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa
MP Norton:Chairperson Parliamentary Portfolio Committee for Mines&Energy, FCiC:YARD, Ex-MashWest Chair &CC member ZANUPF, Parly committee,Edu&Sport; Agric&Lands
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa 13h
It was certainly a very progressive meeting & an honour to meet Ambassador Nichols who I look forward to hosting in Norton soon.
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 15
how do you sleep at night knowing that such people as Chiyangwa, Sibanda & Mukhuhlani lead and respectively? Through the SRC, association’s constitutions must be amended such that legislators cannot be at the helm, to avoid conflict
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 14
Replying to @TembaMliswa
3/ Save for a few, many of H.E’s Minister’s don’t match his commitment & tireless work ethic
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 14
Replying to @edmnangagwa
2/ The new dispensation should filter through to absolve all old systems as there’s still way too much bureaucracy&corruption reminiscent of Mugabeism. We must support by bringing info to the fore. A total paradigm shift is needed, we seem to have a long way to go
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 14
1/ The aspect of oversight in such matters as HCC is critical in ensuring that the true state of affairs is exposed especially to it would appear that some of his Ministers are letting him down.
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 14
Replying to @TembaMliswa
3/I’ll be moving such a motion soon following yesterday’s motion that I moved against political party’s whipping system which limits MP’s ability to debate freely, earnestly&without fear/favour on issues that affect the people of Zim where matters appear to contradict party lines
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 14
Replying to @TembaMliswa
2/We need to reflect on people we choose to represent us as such behaviour is indicative of a lack of capacity. Hence I reiterate that there must be a provision for minimum education levels for one to stand as a legislator. For as long as there’s no criteria it’ll be a circus
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 14
1/ The behaviour of many of MPs in political parties leaves a lot to be desired. In Parly yesterday there weren’t questions of substance, arguments on petty issues dominated, 2 were witnessed fighting for a chair. Wow! Is this what our people deserve? What a waste of tax payers $
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 14
Whilst Kazhanje (former ZPC Chair) was arrested on allegations of receiving a $10k bribe from Chivayo, isn’t corruption two ways unless it’s a set up? What of the one who proffered the bribe?
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 14
Immense changes have happened since our last site visit but more still needs to be done in terms of employing the local community.With Norton Town Secretary Mr Muhomba and, behind, Sunny Yi Feng Managing Director Tang Yi.
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 14
Norton is supposed to benefit immensely from the Sunny Yi Feng investment that's why I'm following up to make sure labour laws and working conditions are ideal. With Chief Chivero below.
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 14
Am meeting with Sunny Yi Feng officials to get feedback on the progress on their meeting the regulatory requirements agreed upon. Present are Councillors, Chief Chivero and local Council management.
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 11
This morning the Parly Portfolio Committee on Mines&Mining Dev will continue looking into the Hwange matters with appearances from Hon. Chitando, former Hwange Board Members &Management and other relevant persons
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 11
Hon. Minister Mary Mliswa-Chikoka & myself took the opportunity to travel to Pumula to visit our aunt & update her on our new appointments.
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 11
1/ The Parly capacity building & budget consultations ended on a high note. I appreciate Parly’s efforts to equip legislators to be knowledgeable & conversant enough to meaningfully represent each one’s respective constituencies. I know Norton will certainly benefit from this
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 9
I was very impressed with the pragmatic presentation by Hon. Prof. Murwira. The reality is it’s not about producing graduates/literacy level but skills acumen. Literacy’s at 94%;skills 34%. It’s a stat that’s top heavy&needs address.He’s working towards it
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 9
We can say or do what we like about the economy but the elephant in the room is CORRUPTION. Leakages have to be plugged & we need to be determined to come up with a solution or we won’t go anywhere. We can’t give up in the interests of the people & the country
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 9
Replying to @edmnangagwa
3/ Government must learn to take heed of Parly recommendations to avoid wasting tax payers money
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 9
Replying to @TembaMliswa
2/Selective application in Hwange’s instance serves to flame a perception/misunderstanding that the move may be more personal than nationalistic. Our role is to ensure that procedures are followed&we make recommendations. Failure to adhere to recommendations is contempt of Parly
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Hon. Temba P. Mliswa Nov 9
1/ Whilst the Reconstruction Act is a good piece of legislation, the timing&implementation is what is put to question. If Hwange is a State indebted company, how many others are there&shouldn’t the Reconstruction Act be similarly invoked on them for consistency?
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