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Didymus Noel Edwin Mutasa

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


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Still the boss

Didymus Mutasa was replaced as Secretary for Administration by Emmerson Mnangagwa, a big promotion since Mnangagwa failed to hold the national chairmanship a year ago and then lost in the Kwekwe constituency...


Morgan versus Mugabe

At present, the Politbureau is dominated by Mugabe's lieutenants from the liberation struggle of the 1970s: Robert Mugabe (President and First Secretary), Simon Muzenda (Second Secretary and Vice- President), Joseph Msika (Second Secretary and Vice-President), John Nkomo (Chairman), Didymus Mutasa (Administration), Emmerson Mnangagwa (Finance), Moven Mahachi (Commissariat and Culture), Stephen Nkomo (External Affairs), Sydney Sekeramayi (Security), Nathan Shamuyarira (Information and Publicity), Welshman Mabhena (Transport and Welfare), Tenjiwe Lesabe (Women's Affairs), Josiah Tungamirai (Youth), Naison Ndlovu (Economic Affairs), Eddison Zvobgo (Legal), Joyce Mujuru (Education), Oppah Rushesha Muchinguri (Health), Vacant (Production and Labour)...


Who's next?

Didymus Mutasa, although useful to the party, has lost support at provincial level...


A hard act to follow

Mugabe, picked as leader because his ethnic links were weak, now stands up for the Zezuru; Simon Muzenda, for the Karanga; Didymus Mutasa, for the Manyika...


Where's the door?

The ZANU-PF Secretary for Administration, Didymus Mutasa, defended Tungamirai, saying the youth wing needed 'more mature and seasoned politicians' and warning bleakly of 'chaos'...


Counting allies

The other Manicaland leader, Didymus Mutasa, has been too close to Mugabe...


Septuagenarian struggle

But the war between them is echoed by a parallel war inside ZANU-PF, between the National Administrative Secretary Didymus Mutasa and Lands Minister Kumbirai Kangai, who is Chairman of the Manica provincial party...


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