Vice President of Zimbabwe

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Vice President of Zimbabwe is the second highest political position obtainable in Zimbabwe. Currently there is a provision for two Vice Presidents, who are appointed by the President of Zimbabwe.

Under the ZANU–PF ruling party, the more senior of the two vice presidential posts has traditionally been reserved for a representative of the party's historical ZANU wing, while the less senior post has gone to a representative of the party's historical ZAPU wing.

Vice Presidents[edit]

Parties

      Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (ZANU–PF)

Key

Died in office

First Vice Presidents[edit]

# Picture Name
(Born–Died)
Took office Left office Political Party
1 No image.png Simon Muzenda
(1922–2003)
31 December 1987 20 September 2003[†] ZANU–PF
2 Joice Mujuru at Horasis Global Arab Business Meeting 2012 crop.jpg Joice Mujuru
(b. 1955)
6 December 2004 8 December 2014 ZANU–PF
3 Emmerson mnangagwa.jpg Emmerson Mnangagwa
(b. 1946)
12 December 2014 Incumbent ZANU–PF

Second Vice Presidents[edit]

# Picture Name
(Born–Died)
Took office Left office Political Party
1 Joshua Nkomo (1978).jpg Joshua Nkomo
(1917–1999)
31 December 1987 1 July 1999[†] ZANU–PF
2 Joseph Msika.jpg Joseph Msika
(1923–2009)
23 December 1999 4 August 2009[†] ZANU–PF
3 No image.png John Nkomo
(1934–2013)
14 December 2009 17 January 2013[†] ZANU–PF
4 Vladimir Putin with Phelekezela Mphoko.jpg Phelekezela Mphoko
(b. 1940)
12 December 2014 Incumbent ZANU–PF

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