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Zimbabwe

Tendai Laxton Biti

Date of Birth: 6 August 1966
Place of Birth: Dzivaresekwa, Harare


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Reconciliation and a reckoning

Regional friendsHichilema's victory has been hailed by opposition politicians in the region with figures such as Zimbabwe's Tendai Biti and Nelson Chamisa Tanzania's Zitto Kabwe and South Africa's Mmusi Maimane attending the inauguration...


Tagwirei's pipeline under threat

Despite these protestations the former chair of the Zimbabwean parliament's Public Accounts Committee Tendai Biti last year accused Trafigura and Tagwirei of being the biggest player in 'the mafia and cartels in fuel'...


Gutting the opposition

Former finance minister Tendai Biti one of the six MPs removed on 17 March headed the Public Accounts Committee which had been investigating staggering levels of corruption and their ties to a powerful oligarch: Kudakwashe Tagwirei known as 'Queen Bee' (AC Vol 62 No 3 Tagwirei's hold on gold & Vol 60 No 23 Buzzing around a queen bee)...


The state’s parallel economy

Respected Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) politician and former finance minister in the coalition government Tendai Biti has called the RBZ 'the most dangerous organ in Zimbabwe' operating illegally and destabilising the national economy...


The limits on the economy

Both Jonathan Moyo former Information Minister for the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) living in exile in Kenya and Tendai Biti opposition MDC Alliance Vice-President took to Twitter to accuse the government of reversing its land reform programme...


Inside the state capture project

Last year former finance minister Tendai Biti and the Public Accounts Committee uncovered how Sakunda received US$366 million in government bonds as payment for supplying inputs for Command Agriculture...


Tsvangirai’s house divided

Chamisa forged alliances with breakaway factions of the MDC bringing former finance minister Tendai Biti and Welshman Ncube back into the main body of the party as well as bringing in smaller opposition parties and even ZANU-PF defectors...


Oil, guns and politics

Last year hearings held by Parliament's Public Accounts Committee chaired by opposition leader Tendai Biti heard how Sakunda and its business allies had extracted funds from Mnangagwa's favoured Command Agriculture programme...


Cashing in on the crisis

Machakaire who is also an MP orchestrated a walk-out by ZANU-PF MPs which denied a quorum to Tendai Biti the chair of the committee...


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