Speaking during a Strategic Planning workshop running from 19-23 November 2018 in Kadoma, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mrs Virginia Mabiza said: “In our previous five year plan, we have made many achievements in the area of decentralisation of legal aid and civil litigation, translation of the constitution, aligning of various legislation to the Constitution, computerisation of the Deeds Office and rehabilitation of offenders”.
The ministry’s strategic plan workshop has come at a time when government has adopted the Transitional Stabilisation programme which will run from 2018 to 2020.
“As you are aware that we are now launching a new Strategic Plan for 2019 -2020 in line with the Transitional Stabilisation Plan, we need to appreciate that, this is an important workshop as it will determine what we do for the next two years.
“The Transitional Stabilisation Programme running from October 2018 to 31 December 2020 draws its policy thrust from Vision 2030 which seeks to usher Zimbabwe into a Prosperous & Empowered Upper Middle Income Society by 2030,” said Mrs Mabiza.
Participants at the recently held Strategic Planning Workshop
The Permanent Secretary implored Directors and staff to come up with comprehensive and coherent expenditure management strategy.
“It is necessary for us to address the fundamental challenges besetting the justice delivery system in our nation.
“As such we need to come up with a comprehensive and coherent expenditure management strategy that allows departments to achieve the desired results,” she said.
The Strategic Plan workshop which is running from 19 to 23 November, 2018 here at Kadoma Hotel and Conference Centre will be officially opened by the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Honourable Ziyambi Ziyambi on 21 November 2018.
Author: L Mashange (Public Relations)