Parly calls for public nominations for persons to serve on ZMC

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Parly calls for public nominations for persons to serve on ZMC

The Committee on Standing Rules and Orders (CSRO) of the Parliament of Zimbabwe is mandated in terms of sections 237 and 258 of the Constitution, to nominate candidates for appointment by His Excellency, the President, to serve as Commissioners on the Zimbabwe Media Commission provided for in Chapter 13 Part 5 of the Constitution.

Vacancies have arisen in the Zimbabwe Media Commission after the expiry of the term of office of the Commissioners.

Accordingly, the Committee on Standing Rules and Orders is hereby calling on the public to nominate persons to be considered for appointment to this Commission.

Person Specifications

Members of the Zimbabwe Media Commission must be chosen for—

a) their integrity and;

b) their competence in administration and;

c) their knowledge and understanding of human rights issues and ;

d) their knowledge of the best practices in media matters.

Nomination material must consist of a typewritten submission of no more than two A4 pages long stating why the person nominated is a suitable candidate together with a completed nomination form which can be obtained at Parliament Offices (Counsel to Parliament – 3rd Floor Room 306 or Human Resources – 4th Floor Room 405) or downloaded from the website:

Nominations must be addressed to the Clerk of Parliament in sealed envelopes clearly marked with the name of the Commission. These may be emailed to, posted, or hand-delivered to:

The Clerk of Parliament

Parliament of Zimbabwe

Parliament Building

Cnr. K. Nkrumah Avenue and Third Street

P.O. Box CY 298 Causeway Harare

Closing date for the submission of nominations is the end of business hours on Friday 28th February 2020.

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