Mnangagwa- the first 50 Wikileaks cables


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Emmerson Mnangagwa is one of the most feared people in Zimbabwe. Once described as the Son of God because he was believed to be the logical successor of President Robert Mugabe, his political star has been rising and falling over the past three decades. He is still considered a presidential contender and is reported to have been virtually running the country since 2008 through the joint operations command. He is reported to be unpopular within the party but he is so powerful that no one really knows how true this is. There are over 200 cables on him. Here are the first 50:

We also have more than 1250 Wikileaks cables on one page for you to browse through.

We have classified the cables according to individuals. To read cables on each individual, please use our index:

We have complete cables on:

 

Tendai Biti (231)

Nelson Chamisa (67)

General Herbert Chingono (1)

Joseph Chinotimba (30)

Phillip Chiyangwa (24)

Ignatius Chombo (63)

Nicholas Goche (85)

Jethro Goko, (2)

Gideon Gono (269)

Obert Gutu (2)

Chenjerai Hunzvi (26)

Learnmore Jongwe ( 17)

Grace Kwinje (5)

John Makumbe (17)

Sydney Masamvu (39)

Strive Masiyiwa (55)

Michael Mataure (3)

Jonathan Moyo (226)

Simba Mudarikwa (1)

Grace Mugabe (34)

Joice Mujuru (35)

Charles Mutama (2)

Didymus Mutasa (84)

Pius Ncube (22)

Trevor Ncube (19)

Fidelis Satuku (1)

Sydney Sekeramayi (3)

Jabulani Sibanda (4)

 

Those not yet complete but already indexed are:

 

Simba Makoni (51)

Emmerson Mnangagwa (50)

Robert Mugabe (152)

Morgan Tsvangirai (151)

 

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Charles Rukuni
The Insider is a political and business bulletin about Zimbabwe, edited by Charles Rukuni. Founded in 1990, it was a printed 12-page subscription only newsletter until 2003 when Zimbabwe's hyper-inflation made it impossible to continue printing.

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