Charity Manyeruke is a Zimbabwean academic with alleged tied to the ZANU-PF party. Manyeruke is also Council Member of the University of Zimbabwe Council and Vice President of the Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa-Zimbabwe Chapter OSSREA.[1] In 2018 Manyeruke was appointed to The Motlanthe Commission.[2]

Charity Manyeruke
Alma mater University of Zimbabwe
Occupation Academic




  1. MSc. International Relations (UZ, 1996);
  2. BSc. Politics and Administration (UZ, 1994);
  3. Diploma in Human Resources (IPMZ); Diploma in Public Relations (LCCI);
  4. Certificate in Research Methods (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
  5. DPhil (UZ, 2007): Thesis on “The World Trade Organisation and Developing Countries: The Case of Zimbabwe (International Economic Relations);

Board Memberships

  1. Council Member – University of Zimbabwe Council
  2. Vice President - Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa-Zimbabwe Chapter OSSREA (2014 - current)
  3. Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC)
  4. ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH)
  5. Southern and Eastern African Trade, Information and Negotiations Institute – (SEATINI)
  6. Federation for Young Farmers Club Zimbabwe (FYFCZ)

Implicated in Political violence

Manyeruke was implicated by Jim Kunaka in the political violence unleashed against Movement for Democratic Change - Tsvangirayi (MDC-T) supporters. Kunaka attacked Manyeruke whilst he was testifying before the Motlanthe Commission. Kunaka refused to be questioned by Manyeruke as he stated that she was in no moral position to be sitting on the panel of the commission of inquiry.

Some Articles About Charity Manyeruke

President Mnangagwa Appoints 18 New Ambassadors – Report Mon May 27 2019

Charity Manyeruke ‘Rewarded’ With Four-year Term As Dean Of Social Studies Faculty At UZ Sun Dec 30 2018

Charamba Admits Manyeruke Is A Zanu-PF Supporter, Justifies Her Appointment As Commissioner Mon Dec 3 2018

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  1. Prof. Charity Manyeruke, retrieved: 26 Nov 2018
  2. Motlanthe post-election violence commission sworn-in, fears of whitewash persist - Zimbabwe News Now, Zimbabwe News Now, published: 20 Sep 2018, retrieved: 26 Nov 2018