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Zimbabwe

Didymus Noel Edwin Mutasa

Date of Birth: 27/07/1935
Place of Birth: Rusape


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The ZANU team

The biggest loser, though still in government, is the ultra-loyal but increasingly unpopular Didymus Mutasa, demoted from the powerful post of State Security and Lands Minister to Minister of State for Presidential Affairs...


Mutinies, money and Mugabe

Allies include Nicholas Goche, a former intelligence minister now heading the Labour Ministry; Saviour Kasukuwere, Deputy Minister of Youth and Employment Creation; and Didymus Mutasa, the Minister of State Security also in charge of Land Reform...


Mnangagwa's second coming

Mnangagwa’s redemption from onetime plotter to presidential makeweight was complete when ZANU-PF Secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa announced earlier this month that those involved in the infamous Tsholotsho Declaration of 2004 had no case to answer...


Deaths and deals

SADC leaders heard a proposal by Ibbo Mandaza, an ally of third presidential candidate Simba Makoni, for a Tsvangirai presidency with Dumiso Dabengwa and Joyce Mujuru as vice-presidents, and with the Mugabe stalwarts Didymus Mutasa (State Security), Kembo Mohadi (Home Affairs) and Sidney Sekeramayi (Defence) retaining their posts...


Can the party hold together?

Security Minister Didymus Mutasa normally leads it but is said to have 'slept on the job' during the election campaign, discounting information that preceded Makoni and Dabengwa deserting ZANU...


The khaki election

Among the first group is the one-man mass movement of Security Minister Didymus Mutasa...


Can the opposition fight and can it rule?

Apart from the obduracy of President Mugabe and the ruling clique in ZANU-PF, such as former Security Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa and current Security Minister Didymus Mutasa, a principal obstacle to political change is the disarray on policy and personnel in the opposition camp...


The ugly endgame

Within this clique - whether in the JOC, chaired by Lands and Security Minister Didymus Mutasa and attended by all the service chiefs or in the Politburo chaired by President Mugabe - the civilian political wings and the military wings of ZANU-PF are more intertwined than ever...


In the lion's den

With a narrow political base in Manicaland, where the venal Didymus Mutasa opposes him, Makoni was never a ZANU-PF heavyweight nor a seasoned political bruiser...


This time I'm going. No, really

Security Minister Didymus Mutasa, ZANU-PF's National Secretary for Administration, says the special congress will ratify Mugabe as its presidential candidate...


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