Early life

Born Christopher Hatikure Mutsvangwa on the 24th of May 1955 in Harare.

Mutsvangwa grew up in Mbare.



Spouse- Monica Mutsvangwa nee Parirenyatwa (Minister of Information)

Son- Neville Mutsvangwa




Masawi Primary School

Marirangwe Primary school



Kutenda College

St Augustine Penhalonga


Tertiary Education

Bsc Management and Information Systems- Boston University (1984)

Master in Public Administration- St Johns University

Law-University of Rhodesia


Political career

Diplomat- Brussels Belgium

UN observer team-Namibia’s first general elections

Director General-Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (1991-1994)

Consultant-first Siemens GSM digital switch of NetOne(1998)

Consultant-CISCO internet switch of TelOne (1999)

ZANU-PF Secretary Harare Province-2000

Zimbabwean Ambassador to China (2002-2006)

Chairman-Mineral Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (2012)

Member of Parliament for Norton (2013-2016)

Chairman of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (2014)

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs

Minister for War Veterans (2014-2016)

Special Advisor to the president(2017)



Public fight with Jonathan Moyo

Openly attacked Mai Mujuru for factionalism

Recalled and suspended from Zanu PF for misconduct and disloyalty

Was given vote of no confidence by War Vets