Public Hearings Monday 14th to Wednesday 18th March on the Insurance Bill and the Insurance & Pensions Commission [IPEC] Amendment Bill
The Portfolio Committee on Budget, Finance and Economic Development will conduct public hearings on the above two Bills on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week. The programme is as shown in the following table:
|Monday 14 March||1000hrs-1200hrs||Bulawayo||Selbourne Hotel|
|Tuesday 15 March||1000hrs-1200hrs||Mutare||Holiday Inn Hotel|
|Wednesday 16 March||1000hrs-1200hrs||Harare||Ambassador Hotel|
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 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 welcome and should be addressed to:
The Clerk of Parliament
Attention: Portfolio Committee on Budget, Finance and Economic Development
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; Mataruka C. (Committee Clerk), Kahlamba T. (Public Relations Officer)
- Telephone ( 0242) 700181-8 252936-50
- Tollfree 07181825124 [Netone] or 08014419 [landline].
- Fax ( 0242) 252935
Veritas Documents Available
The following relevant documents are available on the Veritas website via the links indicated:
- Insurance Bill [Veritas has not yet commented on this Bill]
- Insurance and Pensions Commission Amendment Bill [the Commission is generally known by its acronym IPEC]
- Veritas summary of the effect of the Bill and comments on it in Bill Watch 5/2022.