Jameson Zvidzai Timba, a prominent figure associated with the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), is an accomplished Zimbabwean politician. Timba holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the prestigious University of Zimbabwe.
Timba’s political journey is marked by significant contributions to the Republic of Zimbabwe. He served as the Minister of State in the office of the Prime Minister from 2010 to 2013 and as the Deputy Minister of Media, Information, and Publicity from 2009 to 2010.
During his tenure as a Member of the House of Assembly for Mount Pleasant (MDC-T) from 2008 to 2013, Timba assumed the crucial role of Chief Political Advisor to the Prime Minister. In this capacity, he played a vital role in formulating government policy and ensuring its effective implementation.
Timba’s influence extended to advocating for the establishment of an independent Media Commission, fostering a more open print media environment, and facilitating the registration of two independent daily newspapers and weekly newspapers.
Prior to his political roles, Timba chaired the board of trustees of Arundel School and served as the chairman of the Association of Trust Schools, defending the autonomy of independent schools against state interference through legal actions.
In the 2018 harmonized elections, Timba served as the chief election agent for MDC Alliance Presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa. On January 30, 2024, he assumed the role of Chairperson of the Administrative Committee following Nelson Chamisa’s resignation from the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC).
In 2012, Timba gained international recognition when he was featured in the American documentary film on democracy titled “A Whisper to a Roar” directed by Ben Moses.