Cabinet of Zambia
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|Party key||Patriotic Front|
|Movement for Multi-Party Democracy|
Minister of Defence
Commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces
|H.E. Edgar Lungu|
|Vice President of Zambia||H.E. Inonge Wina|
|Minister of Agriculture and Livestock||Given Lubinda|
|Minister of Chiefs and Traditional Affairs||Joseph Katema|
|Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry||Margaret Mwanakatwe|
|Minister of Community Development, Mother and Child Health||Emerine Kabashi|
|Minister of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education||Michael Kaingu|
|Minister of Finance||Alexander Chikwanda|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Harry Kalaba|
|Minister of Gender and Child Development||Nkandu Luo|
|Minister of Health||Joseph Kasonde|
|Minister of Home Affairs||Davies Mwila|
|Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services||Chishimba Kambwili|
|Minister of Justice||Ngosa Simbyakula|
|Minister of Labour and Social Security||Fackson Shamenda|
|Minister of Land, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection||Christbel Ngimbu|
|Minister of Local Government and Housing||John Phiri|
|Minister of Mines, Energy and Water Development||Christopher Yaluma|
|Minister of Tourism and Arts||Jean Kapata|
|Minister of Transport, Works, Supply and Communications||Yamfwa Mukanga|
|Minister of Youth and Sports||Vincent Mwale|
- "Constitution of Zambia" (PDF). World Intellectual Property Organization. Article 49 (1). Retrieved 12 February 2015.
- "President Lungu appoints full cabinet". Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation. 12 February 2015. Retrieved 12 February 2015.
- "Zambia's new president names full cabinet". News24. 12 February 2015. Retrieved 12 February 2015.
- Cabinet Ministers, Zambian State House.