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Tendai Laxton Biti

Date of Birth: 06/08/1966
Place of Birth: Dzivaresekwa, Harare


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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...


Morganatic marriages

Rumours say the securocrats are preparing traps for the other MDC chiefs, Welshman Ncube and Tendai Biti...


From no growth to low growth

The MDC Finance Minister, Tendai Biti, suspects the military of siphoning off diamond revenue to fund its own parallel administration; as guarantor of the revolution, the army will not accept the orders, or the election, of anyone it disapproves of...


Prophecies and fantasies

If the official media can be believed, Tsvangirai and his MDC are in little better shape, with a faction around Tsvangirai himself, another around Tendai Biti, the respected Finance Minister, and a third around Nelson Chamisa, the darling of the grassroots...


Where’s the indigenous cash?

Finance Minister Tendai Biti of the MDC has pointed out that Section 3 of the Act states that the government shall merely ‘endeavour’ to secure at least 51% of public companies for indigenous Zimbabweans...


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