Ministry of Home Affairs (Zimbabwe)
- Zimbabwe Republic Police
- Registrar General,
- National Archives of Zimbabwe,
- National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe,
- Board of Censors,
- Lotteries and Gaming Board
It was a "sticking point" issue in the political negotiations between the three largest parties in the Parliament, which finally resolved to place two co-ministers from the two largest parliamentary parties over the ministry. Until February 11, 2009, the sole minister of home affairs was Kembo Mohadi, since 2002; afterward, Mohadi became a co-minister alongside MDC-T member Giles Mutsekwa.
- "Cabinet sworn in amid chaotic scenes". NewZimbabwe.com. 13 Feb 2009. Retrieved 2009-02-13.
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