Joginder, who ironically would not have been in the playing XI but for the pull-out of Vikram Raj Vir Singh due to a foot injury, cut a swathe through the top order to finish with superb figures of six for 21 in 12 overs at the Wankhede Stadium.
Mishra, employed as the fifth bowler by North skipper Amit Bhandari, who led the team after regular captain Dinesh Mongia pulled out because of a shoulder strain, mopped up the tail - foxing batsmen with the turn and bounce he extracted from the drying pitch to return figures of four for 16.
The two Haryana bowlers, both aged 22, ensured that the visitors' first innings, after Zimbabwe won the toss, lasted only 43.2 overs and 188 minutes as the match started after lunch due to wet ground conditions following overnight unseasonal thundershowers.
Only left-handed opener Neil Ferreira (22 after a stay of 132 minutes) and the hard-hitting lower order batsman Charles Coventry (27 with 2 sixes and a four) reached double figures during a pathetic batting display by the African team.
By stumps, North openers Ravnit Ricky (27) and Shikhar Dhawan (33) managed 62 runs in partnership in 21 overs during the elongated last session under fading light.