The Archbishop Pius Ncube Wikileaks cables


Archbishop Pius Ncube had become one of the strongest critics of President Robert Mugabe and his Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front government. But he did not spare the Movement for Democratic Change or its leader Morgan Tsvangirai either. He was accused of all sorts of things. But he forgot one cardinal thing: never hate your enemy, it spoils your judgment. When the enemy struck the bishop was forced to resign from the church and is now almost forgotten. But here is what he had to say during his hey-days.

22-Manhanga says Pius Ncube was set up but adultery allegations are true

21-Mugabe says Catholic Bishops’ letter is political nonsense

20-Catholic bishops release hard-hitting pastoral letter

19-Papal Nuncio says Mugabe is pretending to be a Catholic

18-US embassy monitors government actions during funeral of MDC activist

17-Vatican says local church strong enough to stand up to Mugabe

16-Pius Ncube says it’s now time for peaceful resistance

15-Pius Ncube- the odd one out

14-Pius Ncube says MDC is not the answer -Tsvangirai in inept

13-Dell cheers divisions in ZANU-PF

12-Mugabe takes on Catholics

11-Madhuku says 80 percent of NCA marchers have left the country

10-“Deliver us from Evil” march

9-Why the MDC’s “final push” of 2003 failed- Wikileaks

8-Jonathan Moyo says Pius Ncube is busy preaching tribalism

7-Pius Ncube reports to Powell instead of God

6-Bishops draw up a vision for Zimbabwe

5-Pius Ncube says CIO is threatening his elderly mother

4-Government tried to get Vatican to force Pius Ncube to retire?

3-The politics of food relief

2-Pius Ncube says Tsvangirai is too weak to lead Zimbabwe

1-Daily News fabricated story about Archbishop Pius Ncube?


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