Unganai Tarusenga

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Unganai Tarusenga
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Known forBeing a Member of Palriament
Political partyMDC Alliance

Unganai Tarusenga (Unganai Dickson Tarusenga) is a Zimbabwean politician from the MDC Alliance and CCC parties. He was first elected to parliament in July 2013 to represent St Mary's Constituency in Chitungwiza.

Personal Details

Born: 2 January 1961 in Bikita.

School / Education

No information could be found on his Junior or High School, or any tertiary education.


In the 2013 Elections, (see A History of Zimbabwean Elections) St Mary's returned to Parliament:

  • Unganai Tarusenga of MDC–T with 7 092 votes or 52.55 percent,
  • Tendekayi Maswata of Zanu PF with 5 524 votes or 40.93 percent,
  • John Dzvingwe of MDC–N with 685 votes or 5.08 percent,
  • 3 others with 194 votes or 1.44 percent.

Total 13 495 votes

In the 2022 By-Elections, (see Zimbabwe By-elections (March_2022)) St Mary's returned to Parliament:

  • Unganai Dickson Tarusenga of Citizens' Coalition For Change with 5 830 votes,
  • Norbet Jinjika of Zanu PF with 4 483 votes,
  • Adam Puzo of MDC Alliance with 201 votes,
  • Marcos Sanyanga, Independent, with 55 votes.


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