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On January 25, 1947, in Nyanga, he was born to Anthony Chinamasa and Regina Maunga. Until 2007, he was married to Monica Chinamasa. After that, he married Chiedza Faith Velemu. Tinotenda, Chengetai, Kangai, and Camuchirai were Chinamasa and Monica's four children.

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Patrick Chinamasa's Career

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Patrick Antony Chinamasa is a Zimbabwean politician who has served in the Zimbabwean government as a minister in various cabinet ministries. He was previously the Minister of Finance and Investment Promotion, as well as the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs.

He was appointed Minister of the newly formed Ministry of Cyber Security, Threat Detection, and Mitigation on October 9, 2017.

Emmerson Mnangagwa, who succeeded Robert Mugabe as President of Zimbabwe following the 2017 Zimbabwean coup detat, appointed Chinamasa as the country's acting Finance Minister on November 27, 2017.

On November 30, 2017, he was substantively returned to his portfolio as Minister of Finance and Economic Development in Mnangagwa's first cabinet.
In June 2018, he made headlines across Zimbabwe after officially opening a garbage dump.

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Patrick Chinamasa's Education

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Chinamasa received a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Law from the University of London in 1971, as well as a Diploma in Law from the University of Zimbabwe.

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Patrick Chinamasa's House

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Recently  a fire ripped through the Borrowdale home of former finance minister Patrick Chinamasa, causing extensive damage.

After fire fighters responded to the inferno between 3.30 and 4PM, the Zanu PF secretary for finance and acting political commissar said he was "ruling out completely any foul play."

Chinamasa revealed that his one-year-old grandson was rescued unharmed from the main bedroom where the fire was discovered after hearing a "boom sound."

Chinamasa said in a statement about the incident, "Thank God the child's mother, who had just returned from work, and the housekeeper managed to rescue the baby."

The fire completely destroyed the main bedroom, the bedroom where the fire started, and my study.

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"As for the cause of the fire, I believe it was caused by an electrical fault." I am completely ruling out any foul play. Enemies may rejoice over my misfortune, but I believe no hostile hand was involved in this incident. I'm sure there will be a lot of speculation on social media. I have no control over this. What I know in my heart is that this was an accident, an act of God."

Chinamasa stated that the incident had left him "severely traumatized," adding, "It's not easy to accept that what we have worked for all our lives has gone up in smoke in a matter of seconds." All that is left of us are the clothes we were wearing. 

The furniture, clothes, blankets, files, documents, records, manuscripts, family photos... everything is now ash and rubble, including my priceless and irreplaceable library."

Chinamasa referred to the biblical Job, whose story of perseverance in the face of adversity inspires Christians.

"I find myself fielding Job-like questions in conversations with friends and relatives, but I want to assure all who care about my welfare that in God I trust and he will provide," he said.

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