The Sikhanyiso Ndlovu Wikileaks cables


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Sikhanyiso Ndlovu was a popular educationist running his own Zimbabwe Distance Education Colleges until he decided to go into politics as the Member of Parliament for Mpopoma. But his career was short-lived because he lost his seat in 2000 to little known Milton Gwetu of the Movement for Democratic Change. The people of Mpopoma loved him but they told him he had to leave ZANU-PF if he wanted them to vote for him. He couldn’t. From then on he survived at the mercy of President Robert Mugabe. He did that for the next eight years until he was fired with most of the other losers in January 2009. There were 18 cables on him and here they are:

18-Ndlovu axed

17-Wedding of the year

16-Illegitimate minister in an illegitimate state

15-Crisis! What crisis?

14-100 percent empowerment

13-Ndlovu called German leader racist fascist

12-Ndlovu threatened to revoke NGOs licences

11-US embassy asked for Ndlovu’s wife to be added to sanctions list

10-Ndlovu asked US to create a foundation for Mugabe to get rid of him

9-Mutasa dodgy ahead of ZANU-PF conference

8-ZANU-PF imports voters and wins

7-Msika, Nkomo and Ndlovu wanted Mugabe to go

6-Mugabe respected and feared Mujuru

5-Pius Ncube said Tsvangirai was too weak to lead Zimbabwe

4-Dabengwa biggest loser in Bulawayo violence

3-Sikhanyiso Ndlovu’s college burnt by MDC supporters

2-Sikhanyiso Ndlovu said Border Gezi was uneducated and immature

1-Mujuru, Ndlovu ordered Chinotimba to stay out Bulawayo mayoral elections

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Charles Rukuni
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