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Billy Rautenbach (Muller Conrad Rautenbach)

Date of Birth: 23/09/1959


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A military trap

Billy Rautenbach, the Zimbabwean entrepreneur, was ousted from his jobs as chairman and chief executive of the Congo state mining company Gécamines early this year for failing to deliver as expected...


Bye bye Billy

The ousting of Zimbabwean magnate Billy Rautenbach as Chief Executive of Congo-Kinshasa's Gécamines and the breaking up of his Congo-based Central Mining Group is part of a bigger business row between Kinshasa and Harare...


Who's next?

Zvinavashe's brother, who runs Zvinavashe Transport, has done much of the logistics and is set to do more since the demise of the firm with many key war contracts, Zimbabwean businessman Billy Rautenbach's Wheels of Africa transport empire (AC Vol 40 No 10)...


Busting Billy

The South African police investigation into Zimbabwean entrepreneur Billy Rautenbach risks escalating into a diplomatic clash between Pretoria and Harare...


Rhodies to the rescue

Two white businessmen, Billy Rautenbach and John Arnold Bredenkamp, have played a central role in procuring and transporting military supplies for Zimbabwean and Congolese troops...


Big Wheels

The news that creditor banks met to discuss the future of well connected Zimbabwean entrepreneur Billy Rautenbach's Hyundai Motor Distributors in Botswana raises questions about his continuing operations in Congo-Kinshasa...


Hard talk in Kinshasa

The only region that backs Kabila is his native Katanga but even the Katangese grumble that he has handed control of Gécamines, the profitable mining enterprise, to Zimbabwean entrepreneur Billy Rautenbach...


Fantasy rules

Officials of Gécamines, the state mining company, say that its problems originate in an exclusive agreement signed by the company's Executive Chairman, Billy Rautenbach of Harare, with Metal Resource Group Cobalt Sales (MRG), a London trader...


Fighting rebels at home and abroad

Also banned frompublic inquiry are the business deals negotiated between Mugabe’s business associate Billy Rautenbach and Kabila’s Minister of State Pierre-Victor Mpoyo (AC Vol 39 No 23)...


The wages of war

Kabila and his Minister of State in the Presidency, Pierre-Victor Mpoyo, hope to stiffen military and political resolve with a series of lucrative business deals for three key allies: • Zimbabwe: While Kabila was visiting Harare on 4-5 November, arrangements were concluded for Zimbabwe-based Billy Rautenbach to be appointed Executive Chairman of Gécamines while to his Virgin Islands-based company Ridgepoint was sold (for an undisclosed sum) 80 per cent of Gécamines’ Groupe Central...


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