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Tendai Laxton Biti

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


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Mugabe shuffles the pack, again

Zimbabweans and outsiders will miss Tendai Biti one of the most talented figures in the opposition Movement for Democratic Change who engineered a dramatic turnaround as Minister of Finance...


Inside ZANU-PF's electoral coup

MDC Secretary General and former Finance Minister Tendai Biti was also an obvious target of the rigged roll but he managed to see off the police and prison-officer vote and keep his seat...


Test for Mugabenomics

There is no convincing ZANU-PF economic team to replace Finance Minister Tendai Biti who had painstakingly built up credibility in the coalition...


Fury follows calm elections

That would be a devastating blow to the already rickety public finances and MDC Finance Minister Tendai Biti warned that it would ricochet through to the failure of nearly half of Zimbabwe's banking sector...


Rushing and cheating

Tsvangirai is campaigning vigorously; if he fails the favourite to succeed him as leader would be Tendai Biti who may find it a crowded field...


Vote now, pay later

In many cases the use of the advertised venues has not been cleared with their regular users; provisions for tables chairs tents and lighting were at best late; and ten million ballots were printed for a nominal register of under six million electors of whom Finance Minister Tendai Biti claims a third were dead before the campaign began...


Political diamonds

Finance Minister Tendai Biti the Secretary General of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) says revenue from the sale of Zimbabwe’s diamonds is not reaching the Treasury...


ZANU-PF’s gem of a campaign

Finance Minister Tendai Biti presents his budget on 15 November amidst reports that diamond revenue is just $150 mn...


Three men in a boat

The Finance Minister Tendai Biti who is MDC-Tsvangirai Secretary General Douglas Mwonzora the Co-Chairman of the Constitution Parliamentary Select Committee (Copac); and Eric Matinenga the Minister of Constitutional Affairs all came out forcefully in favour of Parliament having the last say before the referendum...


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