The complete Joseph Made Wikileaks cables


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Joseph Made has been Minister of Agriculture on and off since 2000 when he was appointed to President Robert Mugabe’s government as one of the technocrats meant to revive the country’s economy. But Made has been accused of destroying the country’s agriculture. The question that remains unanswered up to today is why Mugabe has kept him up to now. There are 64 cables on him. Here they are:

We have now published more than 1500 Wikileaks cables on Zimbabwe alone. But here are first 1 300 so far put on a single page.

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)

Thokozani Khupe (24)

Grace Kwinje (5)

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:

 

Joseph Made (62)

Simba Makoni (102)

Emmerson Mnangagwa (100)

Robert Mugabe (204)

Arthur Mutambara (50)

Welshman Ncube (51)

John Nkomo (51)

Morgan Tsvangirai (202)

 

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