By Staff Reporter
Dates for the much debated on Constitutional Ammendment 2 Bill public hearings have been announced.
The current constitution was enacted in 2013 but is yet to be implemented.
A number of activities in the country have been dimmed unlawful because they are not carried in the constitution.
Key among issues that are yet to be fully implemented is the issue of devolution where the government is supposed to hand over power to local councils. This has been neglected by the government yet the lawmakers wish to amend the constitution before being put to use.
Members of the public are urged to attend these meetings as they are critical for the country and the people therein.
Below are the dates and venues where the hearings will take place.
30 March -KARIBA Nyamhunga at Hall 10am-12 noon
31 March -CHINHOYI at Cooksey Hall 2pm-4pm
1 April -GOKWE Nembudziya at Nembudziya Council Board 10am-12pm
2 April -SANYATI at Nyimo Growth Point 10am-12pm
3 April -KADOMA at Rimuka Hall 10am-12pm
30 March -GWERU at MSU Beit Hall 10am-12pm
31 March -MBERENGWA at Mberengwa Education Offices 10am-12pm
1 April -CHIVI at Chivi RDC Hall 10am-12pm
2 April -MASVINGO at Mucheke Hall 10am-12pm
3 April -ZAKA at Better Schools Programme 10am-12pm
30 March -VICTORIA FALLS at Chinotimba Hall 10am-12pm
31 March -HWANGE at Edmund Davis Hall 10am-12pm
1 April -GWANDA at Gwanda Hotel 10am-12pm
2 April -PLUMTREE at TMB Hall 10am-12pm
3 April -BULAWAYO at Small City Hall at 10am-12pm
30 March -MUREHWA at Zihute Hall 10am-12pm
31 March -BINDURA at Halla Kimberly Hall 10am-12pm
1 April -MARONDERA at Mbuya Nehanda Town Council Hall 10am-12pm
2 April -CHIMANIMANI at Chimanimani RDC Hall 10am-12pm
3 April -MUTARE at Sakubva Hall 10am-12pm