|Minister of Industry and Trade |
Waziri wa Viwanda na Biashara
|Ministry of Industry and Trade|
|Seat||Dar es Salaam, Tanzania|
|Term length||At the President's discretion|
The Minister of Industry and Trade is the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Government of Tanzania.
Previously, the industry and trade portfolios existed under separate ministries before being amalgamated into its present form.
The following have served the ministry:
|#||Portrait||Minister||Portfolio||Took Office||Left Office||President|
|–||G. Kahama||Trade and Industry||1962||1964||(Republic of Tanganyika)|
|J. S. Kasambala||Trade and Cooperatives||1964||1965||Julius Nyerere|
|A. K. Hanga||Industry, Minerals and Electricity||1964||1965|
|J. S. Kasambala||Industry, Minerals and Energy||1965||1966|
|Abdulrahman Mohamed Babu||Trade and Cooperatives||1965||1966|
|A. Z. Nsilo Swai||Industry, Minerals and Electricity||1966||1967|
|1||A. M. Maalim||Trade and Industry||1967||1971|
|3||Amir H. Jamal||1974||1976|
|A. S. Mchumo||1982||1983|
|Ali Hassan Mwinyi|
|4||Basil Mramba||Industry and Trade||1986||1989|
|5||J. C. Rwegasira||1989||1990|
|7||William Shija||1995||2001||Benjamin Mkapa|
|12||Nazir Karamagi||Industry, Trade and Marketing||2006||2007||Jakaya Kikwete|
|14||Cyril Chami||Industry and Trade||2010||2012|
|(8)||Abdallah Kigoda||2012||12 October 2015|
|15||Charles Mwijage||Industry, Trade and Investment||14 December 2015||10 November 2018||John Magufuli|
|16||Joseph Kakunda||Industry, Trade and Investment (— Jan 2019)|
Industry and Trade (Jan 2019 —)
|10 November 2018||8 June 2019|
|17||Innocent Bashungwa||Industry and Trade||8 June 2019||16 June 2020|
|18||Geofrey Mwambe||Industry and Trade||5 December 2020||Incumbent|
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