Presiding Officers
HON. ADV. Jacob Francis Nzwidamilimo Mudenda
Speaker of Parliament
HON. Mabel Memory Chinomona, MP
President of Senate
HON. Tsitsi Gezi, MP
Deputy Speaker and Chairperson of Committees
HON. Lt. General (Rtd) Michael Reuben Nyambuya
Deputy President of the Senate and Chairperson of Committees


The Office of the Speaker is the highest and most important in the House. The Speaker occupies the foremost place and commands respect internally from among Parliamentarians and also externally from the public in general.

Appointment of the Speaker

The election of the Speaker is provided for in the constitution of the country. The Speaker is elected by members of Parliament at the first sitting of a new Parliament.

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The President of the Senate, Honourable Mabel Chinomona is the presiding officer of the Senate, whose main function is to guide and regulate the proceedings in the Senate. It is also the duty of the President of the Senate to ensure that the powers and privileges of the Senate are observed.

The President is also responsible for the administration of the bicameral Parliament of Zimbabwe as the Deputy Chairperson of the Committee on Standing Rules and Orders. This Committee, as provided by Section 57 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, considers and decides all matters concerning Parliament.

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National Assembly


The Office of the Speaker is the highest and most important in the House. The Speaker occupies the foremost place and commands respect internally from among Parliamentarians and also externally from the public in general.

Appointment of the Speaker

The election of the Speaker is provided for in the constitution of the country. The Speaker is elected by members of Parliament at the first sitting of a new Parliament.

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The Senate

The President of the Senate, Honourable Mabel Chinomona is the presiding officer of the Senate, whose main function is to guide and regulate the proceedings in the Senate. It is also the duty of the President of the Senate to ensure that the powers and privileges of the Senate are observed.

The President is also responsible for the administration of the bicameral Parliament of Zimbabwe as the Deputy Chairperson of the Committee on Standing Rules and Orders. This Committee, as provided by Section 57 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, considers and decides all matters concerning Parliament.

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Other Government Entities
Auditor General's Reports
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