President announces new Cabinet

President Mnangagwa

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced his new cabinet following his victory in the just ended harmonised elections held on August 23-24, 2023.

The new look cabinet fuses the experienced veterans, women and the youth which is a positive development.

Cabinet List
Minister of Finance and Investment Promotion- Prof Mthuli Ncube Deputy Kuda Mnangagwa
Minister of Veterans of Liberation Struggle- Chris Mutsvangwa Deputy Monica Mavhunga
Minister of Youth Empowerment and Development- Tino Machakaire Deputy Junior Mupamhanga
Minister of Sports, Recreation Arts and Culture- Dr Kirsty Coventry Deputy Emily Jesiya
Minister of Environment-Mangaliso Ndlovu Deputy John Paradza
Minister of Tourism and Hospitality- Barbara Rwodzi Deputy Tongai Mnangagwa
Minister of Defence- Oppah Muchinguri Deputy Brig Gen Levy Maihlome
Minister of Women’s Affairs- Monica Mutsvangwa Deputy Jennifer Mhlanga
Minister of Local Govenrment – Winston Chitando

Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Ambassador Frederick Shava
Minister of Home Affairs- Kazembe Kazembe
Minister Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs- Ziyambi Ziyambi Deputy Obert Mazungunye
Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services- Jenfan Muswere
Minister of ICT Tatenda Mavetera
Minister of Mines and Mining Development- Zhemu Soda
Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technology Development- Professor Amon Murwira Deputy Simelisizwe Sibanda
Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Mr T Moyo Deputy Angeline Gata
Minister of Public Service- July Moyo-Deputy-Mercy Dinha

Minister of Transport- Felix Mhona
Minister of Energy and Power Development-Edgar Moyo
Minister of National Housing and Social Amenities- Daniel Garwe –Deputy Yeukai Simbanegavi
Minister Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development-Dr Anxious Masuka Deputies-Vangelis Haritatos and Davis Marapira
Minister of Health and Childcare- Dr Douglas Mombeshora
Minister of State for Provincial Affairs in the Office of the President and Cabinet-Lovemore Matuke
Minister of State in Office of the President and Cabinet Skills Audit-Professor Paul Mavima

Provincial Ministers:

Judith Ncube – Bulawayo Provincial
Charles Tavengwa – Harare
Ezra Chadzamira – Masvingo
Owen Ncube – Midlands
Manicaland – Nokuthula Matsikenyere
Mash East – Apolonia Munzverengi
Mash West – Mirriam Chombo
Mash Central – Christopher Magomo
Matabele North – Richard Moyo
Mat South – Evelyn Ndlovu

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