Brigadier-General Fidelis Mhonda is the Presidential Guard Brigade commander.
He was promoted from the rank of colonel to the rank of Brigadier-General in 2015 by Robert Mugabe. He was the Commander 2 Infantry Brigade before his appointment as Presidential Guard Brigade commander replacing Anselem Sanyatwe who was retired by Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Fidelis Mhonda officially took over as commander of the Presidential Guard Brigade on 27 May 2019 
2008 Election Violence
Fidelis Mhonda was cited in a Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) 2011 report: The Military Factor in Zimbabwe’s Political and Electoral Affairs as one of the senior military commanders responsible for the 2008 violence.
Mhonda was deployed in Rushinga, Mashonaland Central.
- ↑ President promotes ZNA, AFZ officers, The Herald, Published: October 20, 2015, Retrieved: July 16, 2021
- ↑ Talent Chimutambgi, We’ll defend Zimbabwe, whatever it takes: ZNA, The Herald, Published: February 25, 2016, Retrieved: July 16, 2021
- ↑ Talent Chimutambgi and Columbus Mabika, ZDF members urged to remain focused, The Herald, Published: May 31, 2019, Retrieved: July 16, 2021
- ↑ Wongai Zhangazha, Mugabe rewards top army chefs, The Independent, Published: October 20, 2015, Retrieved: July 16, 2021