News of the South HARARE– President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s newly appointed cabinet ministers, deputies and provincial ministers were sworn in at the State House this afternoon
Twenty cabinet ministers, 14 deputies, two ministers of state in Vice Presidents’ offices and 9 provincial ministers of state took their oath of office before President Mnangagwa with the Minister of State for Harare Metropolitan Province yet to be named.
Notable new comers, that stirred up excitement in the country after the cabinet announcement include Hon. Mthuli Ncube Hon. Kirsty Coventry, Hon. Joel Biggie Matiza, Dr Obadiah Moyo, Cde Sekesai Nzenza and Hon. Mangaliso Ndlovu.
Others sworn in include Hon. Kazembe Kazembe, Hon. Monica Mutsvanga, Hon, Winstone Chitando, Hon. July Moyo, Dr Joram Gumbo, Air Chief Marshal Perrence Shiri, Hon. Sithembiso Nyoni, Hon. Prisca Mupfumira, Retired Lt. Gen Sibusiso Moyo, Ambassador Cain Mathema, Ziyambi Ziyambi, Professor Ammon Murwira and Professor Paul Mavima.
The President also swore in Hon. Evelyne Ndlovu and Hon. Davis Marapira as the Minister of State Vice President Constantino Chiwenga’ office and Vice Preside Kembo Mohadi’s office respectively.
Provincial ministers sworn in are: Hon. Judith Ncube (Bulawayo), Hon. Mary Mliswa (Mashonaland West), Hon. Apollonia Munzverengi (Mashonaland East), Hon. Monica Mavhunga (Mashonaland Central), Hon. Ellen Gwaradzimba (Manicaland), Hon. Larry Mavhima (Midlands), Hon. Ezra Chadzamira (Masvingo), Hon. Abednico Ncube (Matabeleland South) and Matabeleland North’s Hon. Richard Moyo.
14 deputy ministers were also sworn in to complete the team President Mnangagwa hopes to co-pilot the country’s economy with him.
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