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Wrong Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga?

Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa On the Policy

Parliament

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Parliament

Background Information

Employment History

Minister of Regional Integration and International Cooperation

Zimbabwe Situation


Deputy Prime Minister

Mutambara


Zimbabwean Politician

House of Assembly


Affiliations

Movement

Minister and Secretary-General


The MDC

Secretary-General


COPAC

Member


PM

MDC Secretary-General


NCA

Founder Member


Southern African Public Accounts Committee

Deputy Secretary


National Constitutional Assembly

Founding Member


Women

Founder


Democratic Change

Member


Newsday Inc.

MDC Secretary-General


Education

degree

journalism


diploma

journalism and mass communications

Harare Polytechnic


Web References(100 Total References)


www.afrimap.org

There are rampant cases of sexual harassment of female Parliamentarians in the form of comments passed by their male counterparts, National Assembly member (proportional representation), Mrs Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga has said.
Speaking during a questions without notice time in the National Assembly last week, Mrs Misihairabwi-Mushonga said female MPs were being harassed as it had become evident by the type of language that is used, how they are treated and the sexually suggestive comments by their male counter- parts. She was asking Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa on the policy of Parliament on sexual harassment and where female Parliamentarians can report such cases. In response, VP Mnangagwa said if a criminal offence was committed, one should report the matter to the police as there were no separate laws in Zimbabwe for Parliamentarians regarding sexual harassment. "If an honourable member is being sexually harassed, they also should follow Parliamentary procedures regarding Parliamentary breaches," said VP Mnangagwa. Meanwhile, Mrs Misihairabwi-Mushonga called for the inclusion of marginalised groups such as youths and women on parastatal boards. She said the country had not made many achievements in parastatals by appointing men only to the boards. "In this country, you cannot find a board where a person less than 30 years sits in yet we are churning out young people from universities," said Mrs Misihairabwi-Mushonga.


www.somalipress.com [cached]

Cdes Chinamasa and Nicholas Goche are representing Zanu-PF, while the MDC formations are represented by Mr Tendai Biti and Elton Mangoma (MDC-T), and Professor Welshman Ncube and Mrs Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga (MDC) in the talks.


www.mikecampbellfoundation.com [cached]

Representatives of major development partners and several foreign ministers from all over the world, plus members of the diplomatic community from Harare are set to hold re-engagement talks on Tuesday with the Zimbabwe government's lead negotiators, ZANU PF's Patrick Chinamasa, MDC's Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga and MDC-T's Elton Mangoma.


www.zimbabwesituation.com

The MDC's Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga, known for unrelenting activism in the National Assembly, described Parliament as "the poor cousin of the three arms of the State", adding the judiciary is seen by government as "special to the extent of getting farms and cars".


www.davidcoltart.com [cached]

Sometime in December last year, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga did a piece titled "Ndebele president: the secret fear".
It was a cheeky piece which triggered a fierce debate in the nether, but hardly any in the mainstream national media. She must have been disappointed, very disappointed. No-one likes a monologue, in her case to be made kurova bembera risina anonzwa. And given that Ncube's rise had such a positive neighbourhood effect on Priscilla - now MDC-N's secretary general and who knows, prospective Minister of Industry and Commerce, it is clear by conjecture then, hindsight now, that Priscilla had a direct interest in the argument she boldly raised in defence of this presidential possibility of no fixed term. It was a long piece where the lady poured her heart out.


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