Miriam Chikukwa
Miriam Chikukwa Politician
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Miriam Chikukwa is a Zimbabwean politician and a gospel minister.[1] She is a member of Zanu-PF political party and is the former Minister of State for Harare Metropolitan Province. She was given the nickname "Pastor" by her colleagues.[2] [3]


She was born to Jonas Chikukwa and Cecilia Chikukwa. She grew up in Rusape and her parents were religious people who reportedly conducted deliverance sessions.[2] Chikukwa attends Kingdom Church under Bishop Climate Ministry and was ordained in 2012 by Bishop Climate Irungu[2]

Positions Held

Chikukwa was appointed Minister of State for Harare Metropolitan Province in September 2013. [4]


Bid to buy residential stand at 40% concessional rate blocked

In September 2016, the city of Harare councilors allegedly blocked a resolution to sell residential stand in Glenlorne to Chikukwa. The Minister was to buy the stand at a concessional rate of 40 percent. Zanu-PF Councillors were alleged to have argued for the case but did not succeed as their objection was overruled. They accused MDC-T Councillors of sabotaging a Zanu-PF minister.[5]

Claim for recognition

In October 2014, Chikukwa reportedly caused a stir by launching a public outburst at speakers for failing to recognize her at the launch of the National Housing Delivery Strategy at a local hotel.[6]


  1. ‘Double anoiniting’ for Minister Chikukwa , , Published: 16 June 2016 , Retrieved: 11 December 2017
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 [http://www.sundaymail.co.zw/double-anoiniting-for-minister-chikukwa/ Double anoiniting’ for Minister Chikukwa], Sunday Mail, Retrieved:1 April 2017, Published:26 June 2017
  3. Women honour Chikukwa, The Herald, Retrieved:1 April 2017, Published:1 November 2017
  4. Provincial ministers queried, Daily News, Retrieved:1 April 2017, Published:15 September 2013
  5. Minister agitates for recognition, Fingaz, Retrieved:1 April 2017, Published:2 October 2016
  6. Mujuru changes party name to National People’s Party, The Herald, Retrieved:1 April 2017, Published:3 March 2017