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Munyaradzi Kajese
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Kajese speaking to President Mugabe, Image via Herald
Born Munyaradzi Samuel Kajese
(1949-08-13) August 13, 1949 (age 68)
Nationality Zimbabwean
Citizenship Zimbabwean
Alma mater Baker University, Drew University,International Diplomatic Academy Vienna
  • Ambassador
  • Chief of Protocol to President Robert Mugabe
Known for Being the Chief of Protocol to President Robert Mugabe
Political party
Spouse(s) Rosemary Kapfunde
Children Farayi Tendayi Kajese, Vimbayi Dorothy Ruth Kajese, Mutsa Samuel Kajese
Parents Amon Kajese, Dorcus (Chiwara) Kajese

Munyaradzi Samuel Kajese is a Zimbabwean diplomat who is the Chief of Protocol for President Robert Mugabe. [1]He previously served as Zimbabwe's High Commissioner to Malawi. [2]


Kajese was born on the 13th of August 1949, in Mutoko to Amon Kajese and Dorcus (Chiwara) Kajese. On the 25th of January 1975, he married Rosemary Kapfunde.[2] Together they have three children, Farayi Tendayi, Vimbayi Dorothy Ruth and Mutsa Samuel.[2]


Ambassador Kajese's daughter Vimbayi is married to Tawanda Sibanda. Tawanda is the only son of Misheck Sibanda, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet.[3]

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