Mabel Chinomona is a Zimbabwan politician from who hails from the ZANU-PF party. She is the Deputy speaker of the National Assembly.She was elected into parliament in July 2013 to represent Mutoko North Constituency.Chinomona was appointed as the Secretary for Women’s League in December 2017 replacing Grace Mugabe who was expelled from the party losing her position as the women's league boss.Mabel was re-elected into parliament in the 2018 harmonised elections after winning with 16 902 votes.

Mabel Chinomona
Nationality Zimbabwean
Citizenship Zimbabwe
Occupation Politician
Known for Being a Member of Palriament
Political party ZANU-PF



Mabel Memory Chinomona was born on 21 January 1958.She joined the Liberation Struggle late 1975. At independence she became Chairperson for Mashonaland East for ten years. She then became the political commissar. She was also in the Women's League and was Director for the Commissariat and now she is a Provincial Member.


General Career

She worked in the Ministry of Local Government for ten years, Member of Parliament for Mutoko for 15 years and was also Deputy Minister for Home Affairs.

Parliamentary Career

She was deputy chief whip for ten years and SROC member for 10 years. She was also a member of the Portfolio Committee as well as mines and energy.


She is a Widow with 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls and a grandmother of 3

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