The Kembo Mohadi Wikileaks cables


Kembo Mohadi has been Member of Parliament for Beitbridge since 1985. He proved his value to the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front when he retained his Beitbridge seat in the face of stiff challenge from the Movement for Democratic Change and was rewarded with the powerful post of Home Affairs which he has held for more than a decade now. There are more than 20 Wikileaks cables on him. Here is the first batch.

28-Mohadi Mutsekwa urge Zimbabweans to return home

27-MDC said Mutsekwa was too close to Mohadi

26-Mohadi Mutsekwa mired in Kunonga saga

25-US embassy said Mugabe is the glue that holds ZANU-PF together

24-ZCTU calls on Mohadi to resign

23-Mukoko sued Mnangagwa, Mohadi and Mutsekwa for US$220 000

22-Mutasa, Chinamasa, Mohadi sued for $19.2 million

21-Amnesty International and its love-hate relationship with Mugabe and Mutasa

20-Two faces of ZANU-PF

19-White farmers wanted US$20 billion compensation to end land dispute

18-Mohadi horrified by police action at Anglican Church

17-US ambassador said it was in US interest to support MDC

16-Mugabe, Tsvangirai reward loyalty for cabinet picks

15-Mugabe outmanoeuvred MDC to increase size of cabinet

14-Mohadi ordered to produce 12 people

13-How the US viewed the MDC victory in 2008

12-Mugabe cronies busting US sanctions through safari operations

11-Police crackdown on opposition rallies

10-Mohadi introduces Terrorism Bill

9-Lock-step loyalty key for appointment by Mugabe

8-Cabinet reshuffle shows power of hardliners and military- Wikileaks

7-Mugabe succession elusive

6-Lawyer asks court to deduct costs from Mohadi’s salary

5-Mohadi named in land audit hall of shame

4-Mohadi promoted at awkward time

3-Mugabe rewards loyalty not competence

2-Did the US supply GMO food to Zimbabwe in 2002?

1-Government resumes food distribution after pressure from US and Vatican


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