|First Lady of Mozambique|
|Residence||Palácio da Ponta Vermelha|
|Inaugural holder||Graça Machel|
|Formation||25 June 1975|
First Lady of Mozambique (Portuguese: Primeira-Dama de Moçambique) is the title held by the wife of the president of Mozambique. There have been just four first ladies since Mozambique's independence in 1975. The country's current first lady is Isaura Nyusi, wife of President Filipe Nyusi, who has held the position since 2015.
The Office of the First Lady was established by Article 17 of the Internal Regulations Decree. The first lady supports and developments cultural and social initiatives with the official assistance of the first lady's office. The office is headed by a presidential cabinet member.
Former Mozambican first lady Graça Machel is the only person to have served as the first lady of two different republics. She became the first lady of South Africa on 18 July 1998 upon her marriage to Nelson Mandela.
|Portrait||Term Begins||Term Ends||President of Mozambique||Portrait of President of Mozambique||Notes|
|25 June 1975||19 October 1986||Samora Machel|
|2||Marcelina Chissano||6 November 1986||2 February 2005||Joaquim Chissano|
|3||Maria da Luz Guebuza
|2 February 2005||15 January 2015||Armando Guebuza|
|15 January 2015||Present||Filipe Nyusi|