Welshman Ncube- 100 Wikileaks cables up 130 to go


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Welshman Ncube was the second most powerful person within the Movement for Democratic Change when the party was formed in 1999. His political star, however, began to fade when he led a splinter group in 2005 that insisted that the party should contest the senate elections. A constitutional expert, Ncube may have been right in principle, but the move backfired. Though he allowed Arthur Mutambara to lead the party until he took over, the MDC that Ncube now leads only commands 10 seats in Parliament. It could even lose those seats to either his main rival Morgan Tsvangirai or the resuscitated Zimbabwe African People’s Union led by Dumiso Dabengwa. There are more than 200 Wikileaks cables on him. Here are the first 101.

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)

Saviour Kasukuwere (27)

Thokozani Khupe (24)

Grace Kwinje (5)

Joseph Made (64)

John Makumbe (17)

Sydney Masamvu (39)

Tapiwa Mashakada (6)

Strive Masiyiwa (55)

Michael Mataure (3)

Eric Matinenga ( 26)

Jonathan Moyo (226)

Obert Mpofu (46)

Simba Mudarikwa (1)

Grace Mugabe (34)

Joice Mujuru (35)

Solomon Mujuru (86)

Charles Mutama (2)

Didymus Mutasa (84)

Pius Ncube (22)

Trevor Ncube (19)

Geoff Nyarota ()

Fidelis Satuku (1)

Sydney Sekeramayi (3)

Jabulani Sibanda (4)

Edgar Tekere (4)

Eddison Zvobgo (49)

 

Those not yet complete but already indexed are:

 

David Coltart (55)

Emmerson Mnangagwa (100)

Robert Mugabe (204)

Arthur Mutambara (100)

Welshman Ncube (101)

John Nkomo (51)

Morgan Tsvangirai (202)

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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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