Ministry of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare
Ministry of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare was led in 2018 by Dr. Sekai Nzenza.
In 1987, some of these functions were handled by the Ministry of Public Service, under Christian Anderson. It was responsible for the civil service in terms of conditions of service, effectiveness or performance, recruitment and other personnel matters. 
Tracy Mutinhiri was removed as deputy minister of Labour and Social Welfare in August 2011 after her expulsion from Zanu PF.
In September 2015, Tapiwanashe Matangaidze was appointed the Deputy Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare.
Petronella Kagonye was appointed Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Services in December 2017.
Lovemore Matuke, Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare, in 2020.
Following the 23-24 August 2023 elections, President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced his new cabinet on 11 September 2023. The Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare was July Moyo with deputy Dinha. 
- To promote fair labor practices and enhance productivity in order to make the greatest contribution to the social and economic well being of Zimbabwe; Maintaining links with labor organizations or bodies like the ILO for maintenance of international labor standards;
- To reduce poverty and enhance self-reliance through the provision of social protection services to vulnerable and disadvantaged groups in Zimbabwe; and Administration of the Basic Education Assistance Module and Child Protection.
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