The Oppah Muchinguri Wikileaks cables


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Oppah Muchinguri is one of the most powerful women in the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front. She was an aide to ZANLA commander Josiah Tongogara and survived the accident that killed him. Some people believe that Muchinguri is being rewarded for keeping quiet about how Tongogara really died just days before he was supposed to return to Zimbabwe with the rest of the ZANU-PF leaders and military. But even then she still remains a political power player within the party and the presidential succession battle. There are just over 20 Wikileaks cables on her. Here is the first batch.

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

24-Mnangagwa loses again

23-Vote rigging in ZANU-PF party elections?

22-Mujuru working with Tsvangirai behind the scenes- Wikileaks

21-Muchinguri bounces back

20-Muchinguri loses ministerial post at last

19-Muchinguri named one of the beneficiaries from Chiadzwa

18-Mai Mujuru tried to outmanoeuvre Mnangagwa during unity talks

17-Muchinguri, Kangai and Mutasa behind violent campaign of 2008

16-End of an era for Muchinguri

15-Mutasa said Muchinguri is Karanga not Manyika

14-Was Muchinguri behind Makoni?

13-Mugabe named Mnangagwa his successor in 2007!

12-Muchinguri in driver’s seat

11-Female legislators unite

10-Embassy wanted Muchinguri’s ex-husband on financial sanctions list

9-Embassy wanted Muchinguri’s daughters added to the sanctions list

8-Lock-step loyalty key for appointment by Mugabe

7-Muchinguri wanted Chinamasa rubbed out

6-US embassy’s assessment of Mugabe’s new ministers

5-Did Mutasa outsmart Oppah Muchinguri?

4-Mpofu, Nkomo said chiefs should distribute food

3-Mugabe’s cabinet composed of place holders

2-Tsvangirai says it was healthy the MDC did not win the 2000 elections

1-Was the MDC thrown cabinet scraps?

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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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