|Minister of Defence|
|Assumed office |
11 September 2018
|Preceded by||Constantino Chiwenga|
|Minister of Environment, Water and Climate|
23 July 2015 – 11 September 2018
|Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development|
December 2014 – 23 July 2015
|Preceded by||Olivia Muchena|
|Succeeded by||Jonathan Moyo|
|Minister of Women's Affairs, Gender and Community Development|
|Preceded by||Position created|
|Succeeded by||Olivia Muchena|
|Born||December 14, 1958|
|Spouse(s)||Anthony Kashiri (m. 2015)|
Tapiwa Rushesha (div. 1990)
|Education||University of Zimbabwe|
|Alma mater||University of Zimbabwe|
Oppah Muchinguri Kashiri (born Oppah Chamu Zvipange Muchinguri; 14 December 1958) is a Zimbabwean politician, who is the current Minister of Defence in the Cabinet of Zimbabwe. She has also served as Minister of Higher Education and Minister of Women's Affairs. Muchinguri ran as the ZANU-PF candidate for Mutasa Central constituency in the March 2008 parliamentary election, but was defeated by Trevor Saruwaka, a candidate of the Movement for Democratic Change – Tsvangirai. According to official results, Muchinguri received 4,764 votes against 9,228 votes for Saruwaka.
The Herald reported on January 3, 2009, that Muchinguri had been dismissed from the Cabinet earlier in the week, along with 11 other ministers, because she no longer held any seat in Parliament.
She was re-appointed to cabinet in 2014 following the dismissal of former Vice-President Joice Mujuru and several of her allies, in December 2014. In 2015 she was moved to the Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate in a cabinet reshuffle. On November 27, 2017, Mugabe's successor Emmerson Mnangagwa dissolved the cabinet
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- "Losing Ministers Axed". The Herald (allAfrica.com). January 3, 2009.
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