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==Service / Career==
 
==Service / Career==
 
'''1974''', Mpilo Hospital. <br/>
 
'''1974''', Mpilo Hospital. <br/>
'''1976''', GMO [[Marondera Hospital]]. <br/>
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'''1976''', GMO [[Marondera Provincial Hospital]]. <br/>
 
'''1976''' - '''1980''', Private practice. <br/>
 
'''1976''' - '''1980''', Private practice. <br/>
1980, elected to [[House of Assembly]] for Zanu PF, [[Mashonaland West]]. <br/>
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'''1980''', elected to [[House of Assembly]] for Zanu PF, [[Mashonaland West]]. <br/>
Deputy Minister of Agriculture. <br/>
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Deputy Minister of [[Agriculture]]. <br/>
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In the [[Zimbabwe 1985 Parliamentary Election]], [[Makonde]] North returned to [[Parliament]]:
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* '''Swithun Tachiona Mombeshora''' of Zanu PF - 22 473 votes.
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* [[Kimpton Masango]] of PF-ZAPU - 1 222 votes.
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* [[Isaac Gwanzura Shumba]] of UANC - 640 votes.
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In the 1990 Parliamentary Election (see [[A History of Zimbabwean Elections]]) [[Makonde]] North returned to [[Parliament]]:
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* '''Swithun Mombeshora''' of Zanu PF with 13 883 votes,
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* [[Cleopas Watama]] of ZUM with 2 125 votes.
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Turnout - 16 953 or 42.80 %
  
 
==Events==
 
==Events==

Latest revision as of 13:18, 25 July 2022

Swithun Tachiona Mombeshora was an early nationalist, elected to the House of Assembly in 1980.

Personal Details

Born: 20 August 1945, Mondoro.
Marriage: married to Christina, with two children.

School / Education

MbChB, University of Birmingham.
Member, Rhodesian Medical Association.

Service / Career

1974, Mpilo Hospital.
1976, GMO Marondera Provincial Hospital.
1976 - 1980, Private practice.
1980, elected to House of Assembly for Zanu PF, Mashonaland West.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture.

In the Zimbabwe 1985 Parliamentary Election, Makonde North returned to Parliament:

In the 1990 Parliamentary Election (see A History of Zimbabwean Elections) Makonde North returned to Parliament:

  • Swithun Mombeshora of Zanu PF with 13 883 votes,
  • Cleopas Watama of ZUM with 2 125 votes.

Turnout - 16 953 or 42.80 %

Events

Further Reading