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Cabinet of Malawi

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The Cabinet of Malawi is the executive branch of the government, made up of the President, Vice President, Ministers and Deputy Ministers responsible for the different departments.[1]

Current Cabinet

Party key Democratic Progressive Party
United Democratic Front
Cabinet of Malawi: June 2014 – Present[2]
Portrait Portfolio Incumbent Term began
Minister of Defence
Commander-in-chief of the Armed and Police forces
H.E. Peter Mutharika 31 May 2014 –
Vice President
Minister for Civil Service
Rt. Hon. Saulos Chilima 31 May 2014 –
Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation Hon. Allan Chiyembekeza MP 19 June 2014 –
Minister of Education, Science and Technology Hon. Emmanuel Fabiano MP 19 June 2014 –
Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development Hon. Goodall Gondwe 06 June 2014 –
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International cooperation MP 19 June 2014 –
Minister of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare Hon. Patricia Kaliati MP 23 June 2014 –
Minister of Health Hon. Jean Kalilani MP 19 June 2014 –
Minister of Home Affairs Hon. Paul Chibingu MP 23 June 2014 –
Minister of Information, Tourism and Civic Education Hon. Kondwani Nankhumwa MP 19 June 2014 –
Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Hon. Samuel Tembenu 19 June 2014 –
Minister of Labour Hon. Henry Mussa MP 19 June 2014 –
Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development Hon. Bright Msaka 23 June 2014 –
Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Hon. Trasizio Gowelo MP 23 June 2014 –
Minister of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining Hon. Atupele Muluzi MP 23 June 2014 –
Minister of Trade and Industry Hon. Joseph Mwanamveka MP 23 June 2014 –
Minister of Transport and Public works Hon. Francis Kasaila MP 19 June 2014 –
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Hon. Grace Chiumia MP 19 June 2014 –
Deputy Ministers
Deputy Minister of Defence Hon. Jappie Mhango MP 23 June 2014 –
Deputy Minister of Education Science and Technology Hon. Vincent Ghambi MP 23 June 2014 –

See also


  1. ^ "Malawi president dissolves entire cabinet". Aug 20, 2011. Retrieved 2011-09-14. 
  2. ^ "Malawians give Mutharika Cabinet size thumps up". Retrieved 25 June 2014. 
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