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Stan Mudenge

Date of Birth: 17/12/1948
Place of Birth: Zimuto, Masvingo


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Surreal succession

Masvingo's leaders include Education Minister Stan Mudenge and traditional leader Chief Fortune Charumbira...


Beijing's touring team

since 2004; task is to implement CPC policy of wooing ruling party leaders; in 2005 in Africa, met old President Sam Nujoma and new President Hifikepunye Pohamba (Namibia), President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni (Uganda), President Levy Mwanawasa (Zambia), President Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe); key to negotiations with Mugabe to secure a stake in Zimbabwean mining, especially platinum; at June 2005 meeting with Mugabe and party bosses John Nkomo, Didymus Mutasa and Stan Mudenge, Tan said: 'Zimbabwe has good resources and abundant natural resources and China has an advantage for development...


Karanga calling

The most senior officer of the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front from the Muzenda faction is Stan Mudenge, formerly Foreign Affairs Minister, now at Higher Education...


The cost of Mugabe

Then in the mid-1990s, when Nigeria was under General Sani Abacha and Obasanjo had been gaoled for coup plotting, it was Zimbabwe's Foreign Minister Stan Mudenge who chaired the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group which suspended the Abacha regime and pressured it not to hang Obasanjo...


Marching to Masvingo

The Karanga groups – one led by ailing firebrand Eddison Zvobgo and Air Marshal Josiah Tungamirai and the other, bigger and richer, led by parliamentary Speaker Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zvinavashe and Foreign Minister Stan Mudenge...


Coming out of the closet

He implicates Foreign Minister Stan Mudenge and High Commissioner to London Samuel Mbengegwi, both Karanga and both, in Mugabe's view, having kept him out of the loop...


The killing of Cain

A Commonwealth delegation (Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Australia, Britain, Canada, Jamaica) met Zimbabwe's Foreign Minister, Stan Mudenge, in Abuja, Nigeria, on 6-7 September (AC Vol 42 No 20)...


The road to ruin

They want him to abide by the accord negotiated in Abuja on 6 -7 September by his Foreign Minister, Stan Mudenge, and British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, under the auspices of Nigeria and the Commonwealth...


Hanging in there

That's why Foreign Minister Stan Mudenge lobbied African ministers at the Organisation of African Unity summit in Lusaka last month to support, no matter how conditionally, ZANU's land resettlement strategy...


More of Mugabe

Foreign Minister Stan Mudenge had public rows with the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Commonwealth Secretariat...


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