Parliament has published the self-explanatory notice set out below notifying that that the Senate’s Thematic Committee on Standing Rules and Orders will next week conduct public hearings in various centres into child labour and living conditions in Children’s Homes.
The Thematic Committee on Human Rights will hold public hearings on child labour and living conditions inherent in Children’s Homes from the 13th to the 17th of December 2021. The committee will cover the following places in Zimbabwe:
|Date Place Venue Time|
|13 December||Binga||Freedom Square||1130-1300hrs|
|14 December||Bulawayo||Luveve Children’s Home||1200-1330hrs|
|15 December||Triangle||Chitsanga Hall||1030-1230hrs|
|15 December||Chiredzi||Chambuka Training Center||1330-1500hrs|
|16 December||Chiadzwa||Chief’s Hall||1200-1400hrs|
|16 December||Mutare||Probation and Remand Home||1500-1630hrs|
|17 December||Harare||Northcost Training Institute||1230-1330hrs|
ALL THOSE WHO WILL BE WEARING MILITARY UNIFORMS, SIGNS OF RANKS, FLAGS OR BADGES AND POLITICAL PARTY REGALIA WILL NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THE PUBLIC HEARING.
The public hearings will at all times comply with the Ministry of Health and child Care COVID 19 Regulations as outlined in Statutory Instruments 99 and 110 regarding the observing of social distancing, sanitization, temperature screening and wearing of facial masks.
All members of the public are urged to observe these requirements which will be monitored by the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare teams.
The public, interested groups, organisations are invited to attend these public hearings.
Written submissions and correspondences are welcomed and should be addressed to:
The Clerk of Parliament
Attention: Thematic Committee on Human Rights
P.O Box CY 298
Submissions can also be made by email through: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information or clarification please call the numbers below and speak to the following officers:
Kudakwashe Usai ( Committee Clerk) Ext 2064
Faro Muchimba ( Public Relations Officer Ext 2171
Telephone ( 0242) 700181-8 252936-50
Tollfree 07181825124 [Netone] or 08014419 [landline].
Fax ( 0242) 252935