Deputy chief spy now perm sec

Published: 07 November 2019
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa last night made key appointments in government which saw a deputy director-general of the Central Intelligence Organisation becoming Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage ministry permanent secretary.

In a statement, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Misheck Sibanda said besides Aaron Nhepera, Mnangagwa had appointed Ambassador Chitsaka Chapaziwa as chief of protocol in the President's Office, replacing Munyaradzi Kajese, who retired last month.

Nhepera replaced Melusi Matshiya, who was appointed permanent secretary for the ministry of Women's Affairs.

Former Noczim chief executive Zvinechimwe Churu was appointed Local Government ministry permanent secretary with effect from December.

The current secretary, George Magosvongwe will remain in office until Churu resumes duty.

Career diplomat ambassador Raphael Faranisi was appointed head of the president secretariat in the Office of the President and Cabinet. He was chief director for multilateral affairs in the Foreign Affairs ministry.
- dailynews
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