Minister of Finance (Tanzania)

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Minister of Finance
Waziri wa Fedha na Uchumi  (Swahili)
Coat of arms of Tanzania.svg
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Incumbent
Philip Mpango

since 2015
Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs
Style Honourable Minister
Member of Cabinet
Seat Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Appointer President
Term length At the President's discretion
Website www.mof.go.tz

The Minister of Finance is the head of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs of the Government of Tanzania.

List of Ministers

The following have served the ministry: [1]

Parties

   TANU    CCM

# Portrait Minister Took Office Left Office President
1 Paul Bomani.jpg Paul Bomani 1962 1965 Julius Nyerere
2 Amir Habib Jamal (cropped).jpg Amir H. Jamal 1965 1972
3 No image.svg Cleopa Msuya 1972 1975
(2) Amir Habib Jamal (cropped).jpg Amir H. Jamal 1975 1977
4 No image.svg Edwin Mtei 1977 1979
(2) Amir Habib Jamal (cropped).jpg Amir H. Jamal 1979 1983
5 Prof. Kighoma Malima.jpg Kighoma Malima 1983 1985
(3) No image.svg Cleopa Msuya 1986 1989 Ali Hassan Mwinyi
6 No image.svg Steven Kibona 1990 1993
(5) Prof. Kighoma Malima.jpg Kighoma Malima 1994
7 Jakaya Kikwete, Tanzania.jpg Jakaya Kikwete 1994 1995
8 No image.svg Simon Mbilinyi 1995 1996 Benjamin Mkapa
9 No image.svg Daniel Yona 1997 2000
10 No image.svg Basil Mramba 2001 21 December 2005
11 Zakia Meghji, IMF 2007.jpg Zakia Meghji 6 January 2006 7 February 2008 Jakaya Kikwete
12 Mustafa Mkulo.jpg Mustafa Mkulo 13 February 2008 4 May 2012
13 No image.svg William Mgimwa 7 May 2012 1 January 2014
14 Saada Salum.png Saada Salum 20 January 2014 5 November 2015
15 Philip Mpango 2015 Incumbent John Magufuli

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References

  1. "Miaka 50 ya Uhuru wa Tanzania Bara" (PDF). Ministry of Finance. 2011. Retrieved 2 January 2014.