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Cabinet of Tanzania

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The Cabinet of Tanzania is the most senior level of the executive branch of Tanzania and consists of the President, Vice President, President of Zanzibar, Prime Minister and all the Ministers.[1] Deputy Ministers are not part of the cabinet.

Current Cabinet

Party key Chama Cha Mapinduzi
Cabinet of Tanzania: 24 January 2015 – Present[2][3]
Portrait Portfolio Incumbent Term
Commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces
H.E. Dr Jakaya Kikwete 2005–
Vice President H.E. Dr Mohamed Gharib Bilal 2010–
President of Zanzibar (Semi-autonomous region) H.E. Dr Ali Mohamed Shein 2010–
Prime Minister Rt. Hon Mizengo Pinda MP 2008–
Minister of Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives Hon. Stephen Wassira MP 2015–
Minister of Communication, Science & Technology Hon. Prof. Makame Mbarawa MP 2010–
Minister of Community Development, Gender and Children Hon. Sophia Simba MP 2010–
Minister of Defence and National Service Hon. Dr. Hussein Mwinyi MP 2014–
Minister of East African Cooperation Hon. Dr. Harrison Mwakyembe MP 2015–
Minister of Education and Vocational Training Hon. Dr. Shukuru Kawambwa MP 2010–
Minister of Energy and Minerals Hon. MP 2015–
Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs Hon. Saada Salum MP 2014–
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation Hon. Bernard Membe MP 2007–
Minister of Health and Social Welfare Hon. Dr. Seif Rashidi MP 2014–
Minister of Home Affairs Hon. Mathias Chikawe MP 2014–
Minister of Industry and Trade Hon. Abdallah Kigoda MP 2012–
Minister of Information, Youth, Culture and Sports Hon. Dr. Fenella Mukangara MP 2012–
Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Hon. Dr. Asha-Rose Migiro MP 2014–
Minister of Labour and Employment Hon. Gaudensia Kabaka MP 2010–
Minister of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Hon. William Lukuvi MP 2015–
Minister of Livestock Development and Fisheries Hon. Titus Kamani MP 2014–
Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism Hon. Lazaro Nyalandu MP 2014–
Minister of Transport Hon. Samuel Sitta MP 2015–
Minister of Water and Irrigation Hon. Prof. Jumanne Maghembe MP 2012–
Minister of Works Hon. Dr. John Magufuli MP 2010–
Ministers of State in the President's Office:
Good Governance Hon. MP 2012–
Public Service Management Hon. Celina Kombani MP 2012–
Social Relations and Co-ordination Hon. Mary Nagu MP 2015–
Minister without Portfolio Hon. Prof. Mark Mwandosya MP 2012–
Ministers of State in the Vice President's Office
Environment Hon. Binilith Mahenge MP 2014–
Union Affairs Hon. Samia Suluhu MP 2010–
Ministers of State in the Prime Minister's Office:
Investment and Empowerment Hon. Eng. Christopher Chiza MP 2015–
Policy, Co-ordination and Parliamentary Affairs Jenista Mhagama 2015–
Regional Administration and Local Government Hon. Hawa Ghasia MP 2012–
Also attending Cabinet meetings (excluding voting rights)
Attorney General George Masaju 2015–

See also


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