Giles Mutsekwa is a Zimbabwean politician. He was appointed to the unity government as one of two co-ministers of Home Affairs by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai in February 2009 and sworn into office on February 13. He concurrently served as secretary for Security and Intelligence of the MDC-T, and served as MP for Mutare North from 2000 to 2008. In 2010, he was reassigned and became Minister for Housing.
About Giles Mutsekwa
Zimbabwean politician who served as the Minister of Home Affairs under Morgan Tsvangirai. He also served as MP for Mutare North from 2000 to 2008
He was a member of Zimbabwe Unity Movement and the Manicaland Provincial Chairman.
He won the General Service Medal and the Bronze Cross of Zimbabwe, while in the military.
He and his wife had two children.
He and Graham Johnson are both from Zimbabwe.
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- Bronze Cross of Zimbabwe - The Bronze Cross of Zimbabwe is a gallantry decoration that was instituted in 1981 to replace the Bronze Cross of Rhodesia. It forms part of the Zimbabwean honours system. Recipients of the Bronze Cross of Zimbabwe are entitled to the use of the post-nominal letters BCZ after their name.
- Zimbabwean military personnel
- Movement for Democratic Change – Tsvangirai politicians
- Government ministers of Zimbabwe