Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe

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The Deputy Prime Minister is a position of Zimbabwe's government created through the deal arising out of political negotiations in 2008.

Per the deal, there are two designated deputy prime ministers as of 2008: Arthur Mutambara of a faction of the MDC and Thokozani Khuphe, who is member of prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai's faction of the MDC.