John Holder is a Zimbabwean politician who was once a member of parliament for Zvishavane-Ngezi constituency.
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September 29, 1964
|Title||Honorable Member of Parliament|
|Political party||[[Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front| ZANU PF]]|
|Spouse(s)||Adelaide Elizabeth De Silva|
John Holder was born on 29 September 1964 in Zvishavane. He is the son of businessman Phil Hall who owned Shu-Shine Bus service. He is married to Adelaide Elizabeth De Silva and they have six children together.
Holder attended Jeffery Hooper Primary School in Zvishavane before going to Nashville High School in Gweru.
- Holder was a member of Shungunesu Mandava from 1989-2004.
- He was district Vice-Chairperson Kunshinga District
- 2004- 2008 district vice chairman and from 2008-2013 he was in the Provincial leadership in Midlands
- 1980-1984 upholster at P, HAH company.
- 1984-1988 Manager, Greenland Mines.
- 1988-1988 Cheshire Ranch Farm Manager
- 1997-1999 Driver, Chiredzi Ranching company, Otterton mining and Cheshire Ranch 1999-2005
- 2005-2011, Managing Director, Radein enterprises Pvt Ltd and J. H Gold Buying centre
- 2011-2013, China Zimbabwe Sun rise Pvt Ltd; Poly Mining Company and Amitola Inn
In June 2016 Holder wanted to fight Nelson Chamisa.
- Fortious Nhambura & Dosman Mangisi, I have a passion to transform Zvishavane, Herald, published: July 12, 2013, retrieved: July 1, 2016
- HON HOLDER JOHN, Parliament of Zimbabwe, published: No Date Given, retrieved: July 1, 2016