Col. (rtd.) Dr. Tichaona Mudzingwa was the Zimbabwe Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development.He died on April 10, 2012, at the age of 69.
Simbarashe Simbanenduku Mumbengegwi is a Zimbabwean politician and diplomat currently serving as Minister of State for Presidential Affairs and Monitoring Government Programmes. Previously he was acting Foreign Minister for a few days following the resignation of former President Robert Mugabe He had previously served as Zimbabwe's Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2005 to 2017. From October to November 2017, he was Minister of Macro-Economic Planning and Investment Promotion.
Gibson Jama Sibanda was a Zimbabwean politician and trade unionist. He was a founding member of the Movement for Democratic Change and at the time of his death was the Vice-President of the faction of the Movement for Democratic Change led by Arthur Mutambara. A former president of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions, he was first elected to the House of Assembly in the 2000 parliamentary election. He was a member of the Senate and a Minister of State in the Office of Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara at the time of his death in 2010.
Sithembiso Gile Gladys Nyoni is a Zimbabwean politician and a former Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises Development. She is the incumbent minister of Women and Youth Affairs.
The Movement for Democratic Change – Tsvangirai (MDC–T) was a centre-left political party and was the main opposition party in the House of Assembly of Zimbabwe ahead of the 2018 elections. After the split of the original Movement for Democratic Change in 2005, the MDC–T remained the major opposition faction, while a smaller faction, the Movement for Democratic Change – Ncube, or MDC–N, was led by Welshman Ncube. The two parties re-united in 2018 under the original name, the Movement for Democratic Change.
The Cabinet of Zimbabwe is the executive body that forms the government of Zimbabwe together with the President of Zimbabwe. The Cabinet is composed of the President, the Vice-Presidents, and ministers appointed by the President. Until 1987, the Cabinet was chaired by the Prime Minister; it is now headed by the President.
The Government of National Unity refers to Zimbabwe's coalition government that was formed on 13 February 2009 following the inaugurations of Morgan Tsvangirai as Prime Minister and Thokozani Khuphe and Arthur Mutambara as Deputy Prime Ministers. It is a coalition organized among President Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front, Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change, and Mutambara's MDC, as agreed to during recent negotiations.
The Ministry of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development is a government ministry, responsible for gender and community issues in Zimbabwe. The most recent minister was Olivia Muchena since February 13, 2009 and the deputy minister was Evelyn Masaiti.
The Ministry of Industry and Commerce is a government ministry, responsible for trade in Zimbabwe and industrial policy. The incumbent minister is Welshman Ncube and the deputy minister is Michael Bimha. Its oversees:
The Ministry of Local Government, Rural and Urban Development is a government ministry, responsible for local government in Zimbabwe. The incumbent minister is Hon July Moyo and the deputy minister is Sesel Zvidzai. It oversees:
Evelyn Masaiti is the Zimbabwe Deputy Minister of Women's Affairs, Gender and Community Development. She is the Member of House of Assembly for Dzivaresekwa (MDC-T).
Sesel Zvidzai was the Zimbabwe Deputy Minister of Local Government and Urban Development. He is the Member of House of Assembly for Chiwundura (MDC-T). He is MP for Gweru Urban. MDC-T is not currently in government. He is married with four children.
Murisi Zwizai is the Zimbabwe Deputy Minister of Mines and Mining Development. He is the Member of House of Assembly for Harare Central (MDC-T).
Jameson Zvidzai Timba is the former Minister of State in the office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Zimbabwe, the former Deputy Minister of Media, Information and Publicity (2009-2010). He was the Member of House of Assembly for Mount Pleasant (MDC-T). He was the Chief Political Advisor to the Prime Minister at the time and he assisted in discharging the constitutional mandate of overseeing the formulation of policy by cabinet and supervised its implementation by the entirety of government. Prior to this he had successfully pushed for the operationalization of an independent Media Commission and the opening up of the print media environment which was dominated by the state, leading to the registration of two independent daily newspapers to complement independent weekly newspapers. From 2004 to 2008, he was the chairman of the board of trustees of Arundel School and, from 2005, he was the chairman of the Association of Trust Schools. During this period he successfully defended the right of independent schools to exist and operate without state interference by mounting ten lawsuits against the then Minister of Education without a single loss. He holds a Bachelor of Science in political science and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Zimbabwe. In 2012, he was featured in an American documentary film on democracy A Whisper to a Roar by Ben Moses.
Andrew Langa is the former Zimbabwe government minister of Culture and Sports He is the Member of House of Assembly for Insiza North (ZANU-PF). Since 2005 he has been on the United States sanctions list.
Michael Chakanaka Bimha is a Zimbabwean politician serving as Minister of State for Industry and Commerce and former Deputy Minister of Industry and Commerce. He is the member of House of Assembly for Chikomba West (ZANU-PF). He is a previous chairman of Air Zimbabwe. In 2013, following Zanu PF’s victory in the country elections, Bimha was appointed Minister of Industry and Commerce, replacing Welshman Ncube.
Reuben Marumahoko is a former Zimbabwe Deputy Minister of Regional Integration and International Cooperation. and former Senator for Hurungwe (ZANU-PF). Since 2003, he is placed on the United States sanctions list.
Dr Douglas Mombeshora was Zimbabwe's Lands Minister from 2013 to 2018. He was appointed Minister of Lands following a landslide victory by ZANU–PF in the 2013 harmonized elections. He also served as Deputy Minister of Health and Child Welfare during the Inclusive Government of 2009-2013. He was the Member of House of Assembly for Mhangura (ZANU-PF).
Lazarus Dokora ) was the Zimbabwe Minister of Education, Sport and Culture. On 27 November 2017, Emmerson Mnangagwa, who succeeded ousted President Robert Mugabe, announced the dissolution of the Zimbabwe Cabinet, leaving only Patrick Chinamasa and Simbarashe Mumbengegwi as acting ministers of Finance and Foreign Affairs respectively. Dokora was an MP from Rushinga National Assembly, before losing to Wonder Mashange in the general elections in 2013. He was appointed as the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education on 30 November 2017 by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. He was dropped by Mnangagwa as Minister for Primary and Secondary Education on 2 December 2017 amidst Zimbabweans on social media and radio shows criticizing him, blaming him of poor performance and undermining the country’s education system. He was replaced by his deputy minister Paul Mavima. In relation to the issue with radio stations, he was interviewed by Farai Mwakutuya. The interview took place during a talk show called Head-On on radio ZI-FM.
Walter Chidhakwa is the former Minister of Mines and Mining Development of Zimbabwe. He is the Member of House of Assembly for Zvimba South (ZANU-PF). He was arrested on 21 December 2017 and charged with criminal abuse of office regarding the Mining Ministry parastatal Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe.
Hubert Nyanhongo is the Zimbabwe Deputy Minister of Energy and Power Development. He is the Member of House of Assembly for Harare South (ZANU-PF).