|Political party||MDC Alliance|
Ian Muteto Makone is a Zimbabwean politician, Councilor for Harare Ward 18 and a member of the MDC Alliance. Ian was chief advisor to the late Morgan Tsvangirai and also chief secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office during the Government of National Unity.
No information could be found on his age or place of birth.
He is married to Theresa Makone.
School / Education
No information could be found on his Junior or High School, or any tertiary education.
Service / Career
2018 – elected to Ward 18 Harare Municipality with 6747 votes, beating Angelina Simangele Zachariah of Zanu PF with 2484 votes, Elizabeth Maswerandini Majongwe of PRC with 257 votes, Kelvin Motsi, independent with 205 votes, Praisemore Cliford Jabangwe, independent with 167 votes, Neville Sunungurayi Mutsvangwa, independent with 143 votes, Gabriel Tinashe Mapfunde of BZA with 98 votes, Michael Meki of ZDU with 41 votes and Patrice Kudakwashe Nyatanga of NCA with 28 votes. 
2018 – elected to Ward 2 Bindura Municipality with 515 votes, beating Theresa Myandadzi of Zanu PF with 483 votes, Catharine Hove, independent, with 270 votes, and Trevor Thomas Mapfumo of NPF with 61 votes. 
- Tsvangirai his own man — Makone, The Zimbabwe Independent, published: 12 Sep 2013, retrieved: 3 Sep 2018
- [Election Notice, Electoral Act, Chap 2:13, Local Authority Elections 30 July 2018: Results of Poll], The Herald & Chronicle, Published: 30 August 2018