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Nicholas Tasunungurwa Goche

Date of Birth: 01/08/1946
Place of Birth: Southern Rhodesia


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Mujuru goes for glory

Other notable supporters include ex-Presidential Affairs Minister Didymus Mutasa; a former Labour and also State Security Minister, Nicholas Goche (once suspended for five years from ZANU-PF); ex-Indigenisation Minister Francis Nhema; former Energy Minister Dzikamai Mavhaire and his deputy, Munacho Mutezo; ex-Information Minister Webster Shamu (suspended); and a former Minister of State for Masvingo Province, Kudakwashe Bhasikiti...


So far, so bad

former Ministers Webster Shamu and Nicholas Goche in Mashonaland West and Central respectively)...


Exit Mujuru, enter Mnangagwa

They had built up an impressive network in the Central Committee and Politburo, with key players like Mutasa, National Commissar Webster Shamu, Party Spokesman Rugare Gumbo and Labour Minister Nicholas Goche...


The defenestration of Mujuru

In Mashonaland Central, her home province, Mujuru's CV was rejected out of hand while Labour Minister Nicholas Goche (once a firm favourite of the First Lady) withdrew his after being manhandled and having to be rescued by Environment Minister Saviour Kasukuwere from the rival faction...


Snakes on a plane

Former Transport Minister Nicholas Goche (seen as supportive of Mujuru) and CIO Director General Happyton Bonyongwe (who has remained publicly neutral in the clash between Mujuru and Mnangagwa) were responsible for the original deal...


State corruption complicates succession battles

Former Information Minister Webster Shamu and former Transport Minister Nicholas Goche are both blamed for poor oversight of their ministries and associated parastatals: they are both firmly in the Mujuru camp...


Three men in a boat

Chinamasa’s blasphemy What did emerge was that many of the provisions which the ZANU-PF spin doctor, Jonathan Moyo, had inveighed against as having been smuggled in by Western imperialists through their MDC surrogates had in fact been initiated by the ZANU-PF negotiators, Patrick Chinamasa and Nicholas Goche...


A sickly constitution

The ZANU-PF negotiating team of Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa and Transport Minister Nicholas Goche, along with Copac’s Co-Chairman, Paul Mangwana, intimated that agreement had been reached on 97% of the draft and any further changes would be minor...


Muscling out Mugabe

Neither Nicholas Goche (reputedly close to the Mugabes) nor Youth and Indigenisation Minister Saviour Kasukuwere, both sub-faction powers, rallied to her side despite being united in their opposition to Governor Martin Dinha...


Diamonds give you wings

Transport Minister Nicholas Goche announced that Air Zimbabwe would stop servicing domestic routes again in July after the company had racked up $140 mn...


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