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Walter Hennig

Date of Birth: 7 October 1972.


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Skeletons in the cupboard

African Global Capital's partners include the former South African minister Tokyo Sexwale as well as the controversial South African businessman Walter Hennig, one of Strata's shareholders...


Feds grab middleman

US prosecutors say that Mebiame 'routinely' made illegal payments to government officials in Guinea, Chad and Niger for access to mining rights for companies he was associated with, primarily South African mining magnate Walter Hennig's Turks and Caicos-registered investment company Palladino and Och Ziff, one of the world's largest hedge funds...


Never give it up

The claims were dismissed in South Africa and appear to be part of an effort to undermine the credibility of the election by linking it to genuine concern over the attempt by two South Africans, Walter Hennig and Mark Wilcox, to buy into Guinea's state mining company (AC Vol 53 No 13)...


Sam with a plan

Returning to South Africa, he joined forces with the controllers of Mvelaphanda Holdings, Tokyo Sexwale and his allies Mark Willcox, Walter Hennig and others...


A new battle to control the mines

Two of the key South African figures linked to the plan are Walter Hennig and Mark Willcox...

Industry experts said that Walter Hennig’s plan, based on companies registered in the British Virgin Islands, satisfied none of these criteria...


Who's who in the Guinea loan saga

Walter Hennig, Chief Executive Officer of Palladino, a South African...

The considerable fortune enjoyed by the Hennig family comes mainly from diamond trading and farming, though Walter Hennig has diversified into other mining operations and financial services...

He was described by one colleague as ‘joined at the hip with Walter Hennig’, adding that the two men were confident of reaping rich rewards from their planned foray into Guinea’s mining sector...


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