Michael Madanha

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Michael Madanha
Michael Madanha
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BornMichael Madanha
NationalityZimbabwe
EducationUniversity of Havana, Cuba
Occupation
  • 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.

Education[edit]

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

Career[edit]

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[edit]

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.





References[edit]

  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