The Cabinet of Tanzania consists of the President, the Vice President, the President of Zanzibar, the Prime Minister, and all the Ministers.
The current cabinet is the result of the latest reshuffle by President Samia Suluhu Hassan in January 2022.
Tanzania 2022 Cabinet
The cabinet was first formed by President John Magufuli in December 2020 after winning the 2020 general election. However, after Magufuli’s sudden death in March 2021, Suluhu, who was Vice President, was appointed President and made a cabinet reshuffle soon after.
On 12th September 2021, President Hassan made a second reshuffle.
On 7th January January 2022, President Suluhu announced major changes to her cabinet. Among the change was the merger of the Ministry of Investment with the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Accordingly, the Cabinet of Tanzania, as of January 2022, is as follows:
|President||Samia Suluhu Hassan|
|Vice President||Philip Mpango|
|Prime Minister||Kassim Majaliwa|
|President of Zanzibar||Hussein Ali Mwinyi|
|Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries||Hussein Bashe|
|Minister for Community Development, Gender, Women, and Special Groups||Dorothy Gwajima|
|Minister for Constitutional and Legal Affairs||George Simbachawene|
|Minister for Culture, Arts, and Sports||Mohamed Mchengerwa|
|Minister for Defence and National Service||Stergomena Tax|
|Minister for Education, Science and Technology||Adolf Mkenda|
|Minister for Energy||January Makamba|
|Minister for Finance and Planning||Mwigulu Nchemba|
|Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation||Liberata Mulamula|
|Minister for Health||Ummy Mwalimu|
|Minister for Home Affairs||Hamad Masauni|
|Minister for Investment, Industry and Trade||Ashatu Kijaji|
|Minister for Information and Communications Technology||Nape Nnauye|
|Minister for Lands, Housing, and Human Settlements Development||Angelina Mabula|
|Minister for Livestock and Fisheries||Mashimba Ndaki|
|Minister for Minerals||Doto Biteko|
|Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism||Damas Ndumbaro|
|Minister for Water||Jumaa Aweso|
|Minister for Works and Transport||Makame Mbarawa|
|Minister of State in the President’s Office for Government Affairs||George Mkuchika|
|Minister of State in the President’s Office for Public Service Management and Good Governance||Jenista Mhagama|
|Minister of State in the President’s Office for Regional Administration and Local Government||Innocent Bashungwa|
|Minister of State in the Vice President’s Office for Union Affairs and Environment||Selemani Jafo|
|Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office for Policy and Parliamentary Affairs||Pindi Chana|
|Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office for Labour, Employment, Youth and Persons with Disabilities||Joyce Ndalichako|
Last Updated: 13th January 2021