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John Arnold Bredenkamp

Date of Birth: 11 August 1940
Place of Birth: Kimberley, South Africa


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Party strife draws in white businesses

His network of white moguls includes Omani tycoon Thamer Said Ahmed al Shanfari, who has funded ZANU-PF in the past (AC Vol 46 No 16, Full circle); Billy Rautenbach, who owns Zimbabwe's sole ethanol plant (AC Vol 53 No 4, The trouble after Katumba); John Bredenkamp, who provided a helicopter that transported Mnangagwa's allies in 2004 during a plot to take up positions in the ZANU-PF Praesidium under what later became known as the Tsholotsho Declaration (AC Vol 45 No 25, A heartbeat away and AC Vol 41 No 11, Glittering prizes from the war); and the controversial British tycoon, Nicholas van Hoogstraten (AC Vol 55 No 7, Grace under fire)...


Nalinee 'Joy' Taveesin

Also listed were two businessmen, John Bredenkamp and Billy Rautenbach, and Mahmood Awang Kechik, a Malaysian urologist who attended Mugabe...


Bredenkamp bites back

John Bredenkamp, named as a collaborator of President Robert Mugabe’s regime by the EU and the USA, has won an interim injunction in Johannesburg preventing Standard Bank from closing his account...


Greed in a time of cholera

Washington raised the bar with the announcement on 25 November of financial sanctions against white Zimbabwean financiers John Bredenkamp and Billy Rautenbach, as well as Thailand’s Nalinee ‘Joy’ Taveesin and Mugabe’s Malaysian doctor and financial advisor Mahmood Awang Kechik...


Arms and the men

The recipient of the payments was British Virgin Islands-registered Kayswell Services, whose signatories include majority shareholder John Bredenkamp, Jules Pelissier and Graham Andrews, according to company records seen by Africa Confidential...


Arms and the men

The recipient of the payments was British Virgin Islands-registered Kayswell Services, whose signatories include majority shareholder John Bredenkamp, Jules Pelissier and Graham Andrews, according to company records seen by Africa Confidential...

A spokesman for John Bredenkamp contacted Africa Confidential on the morning of 31 July and wanted to the make the following points: 'Mr Bredenkamp was not personally involved with the BAE Systems deal in South Africa...


Britain and the sanctions question

One of the most controversial figures in the campaigners' sights is Zimbabwean businessman John Bredenkamp, a long time ally of Chairman of the Joint Command Emmerson Mnangagwa...


Mining men

John Bredenkamp: former Finance Director of the Rhodesian Defence Forces, he later was also an agent for British defence manufacturer BAE systems...


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