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Munyaradzi Kajese
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Kajese speaking to former President Mugabe, Image via Herald
Born Munyaradzi Samuel Kajese
(1949-08-13) August 13, 1949 (age 68)
Nationality Zimbabwean
Citizenship Zimbabwean
Alma mater Baker University, Drew University,International Diplomatic Academy Vienna
  • Ambassador
  • Chief of Protocol to President Robert Mugabe
Known for Being the Chief of Protocol to President Robert Mugabe
Political party ZANU-PF
Spouse(s) Rosemary Kapfunde
Children Farayi Tendayi Kajese, Vimbayi Dorothy Ruth Kajese, Mutsa Samuel Kajese
Parent(s) Amon Kajese, Dorcus (Chiwara) Kajese

Munyaradzi Samuel Kajese is a Zimbabwean diplomat who is the Chief of Protocol for President Robert Mugabe. [1]He previously served as Zimbabwe's High Commissioner to Malawi. [2]


Kajese was born on the 13th of August 1949, in Mutoko to Amon Kajese and Dorcus (Chiwara) Kajese. On the 25th of January 1975, he married Rosemary Kapfunde.[2] Together they have three children, Farayi Tendayi, Vimbayi Dorothy Ruth and Mutsa Samuel.[2]


Ambassador Kajese's daughter Vimbayi is married to Tawanda Sibanda. Tawanda is the only son of Misheck Sibanda, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet.[3]

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