Michael Madanha

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Michael Madanha
Michael Madanha
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BornMichael Madanha
EducationUniversity of Havana, Cuba
  • Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development
  • Member of Parliament:Hwedza South.
EmployerGovernment of Zimbabwe
OrganizationMinistry of Transport and Infrastructural Development
Political partyZimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front

Michael Madanha is a Zimbabwean politician and a member of the Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) party. He is the member of parliament and was appointed the Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development in September 2015.


Michael Madanha attended St Mary's Mission before he attended the University of Havana in Cuba where studied for an engineering degree.[1]


Madanha was elected member of parliament for Wedza South in July 2013. In September 2015 he was sworn in as the Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development.[2]

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Alleged Smear Campaign Against Musanhu

The late member of parliament for Hwedza South and Deputy Minister of Environment, Water and Climate, Simon Musanhu was implicated for running campaigns for former ZANU-PF member and vice president Joice Mujuru in December 2014. Musanhu allegedly printed calendars that depicted Mujuru as the leader of Zanu-Pf. When asked for comment, Musanhu said that the materials that were being used as evidence for his support of Mujuru were generated by Madanha as part of a smear campaign. Musanhu said that

Madanha thinks that if I am removed from Government he will get the postion (of deputy minister).[3]

Madanha refused to comment on Musanhu's allegations.


  1. About Hon Eng Michael Madanha, Facebook, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: September 14, 2015
  2. Farirai Machivenyika, Cabinet reshuffled, Herald, Published: September 12, 2015, Retrieved: September 14, 2015
  3. How Eng Musanhu campaigned for Dr Mujuru, Sunday Mail, Published: December 21, 2014, Retrieved: September 14, 2015