Joseph Malanji (born 28 August 1965) is a Zambian politician and business executive currently serving as a member of the National Assembly and as Foreign Minister of Zambia.
Malanji was appointed by President Rupiah Banda to the National Executive Committee for Land and Natural Resources in 2011. Formerly a member of the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy, Malanji joined the Patriotic Front during the presidency of Banda's successor, Michael Sata. In 2013, Malanji was elected head of the African Golf Confederation. During the 2016 Zambian general election, Malanji was elected as a Member of Parliament to the constituency of Kwacha in Central Zambia. On 5 January 2018, President Edgar Lungu appointed Malanji as Minister of Foreign Affairs. As head of the SADC Electoral Observation Committee, Malanji was tasked with ensuring a fair and free Congolese general election. In 2017, Malanji served as one of Zambia's representatives to the Fourth Pan-African Parliament.
Malanji is married and enjoys golfing.