Mliswa threatens to spill the beans

via Mliswa threatens to spill the beans | The Zimbabwean 01.04.14 by Nelson Sibanda

The Zanu (PF) Member of Parliament for Hurungwe West and party Mashonaland West Provincial Chairperson, Temba Mliswa, says he would name and shame parliamentarians bribed by Conrad “Billy” Rautenbach to suppress debate about shoddy deals.
Mliswa who is accused of extorting money from businessman, Rautenbach, told journalists in Harare Tuesday that: “Rautenbach bribed some parliamentarians to stifle parliamentary committee investigations into the ‘white man’ (Rautenbach)’s shoddy business deals.”
Mliswa said Rautenbach would use his financial muscle to silence government on his non-compliance with the country’s indigenisation policy and siphoning of national resources.

The Zanu (PF) lawmaker expressed concern at what he described as ‘some public media houses and government officials siding with a single white man owning the largest piece of land.

“I know of Members of Parliament who received some khaki envelops from Rautenbach to suppress parliamentary probes into the dishonest whiteman’s deals,” said Mliswa.

Mliswa accused Rautenbach of speculating on the country’s natural resources and siphoning proceeds at the expense of Zimbabweans.

Minister of Information and Broadcasting services, Jonathan Moyo, was accused of using his office to ‘further party factional fights’ and discredit innocent politicians.

“It is public knowledge that Minister Jonathan Moyo was said belonged to the Mnangagwa faction while I work with the faction that was elected at congress,” said Mliswa, vowing to expose corruption since ‘i have the mandate to do so as a legislator’.

He said the public media was being used to silence his anti-corruption rhetoric in parliament.

Mliswa said he terminated business ties with Rautenbach after realising that the ‘white partner was a crook’.

He said Rautenbach failed to honour an Unki Mine deal which would have seen him (Mliswa) benefiting a 10 percent shareholding in the $600 million project.

“Another agreement at Chisumbanje Ethanol Project collapsed due to Rautenbach’s dishonestness”.

According to Mliswa, he was approached by Rautenbach to do consultancy services and went on to agree on 10 percent shareholding, since the legislator did not come cheap.

Rautenbach was also accused by Mliswa of running a mafia in the DRC and abusing Zimbabwe soldiers in the process, when Emmerson Mnangagwa was minister of defence.

In response to the allegations, Rautenbach described Mliswa as an extortionist who tried to fleece him.

Rautenbach is on record as saying: “Mliswa approached us in the capacity of an investment consultant, but when we realised that he was not sincere in his approach to business and had extortionist tendencies, we immediately cut ties with him and all communications in this regard were to be done through our lawyers.”

Mliswa said he would engage the Minister of Mines in parliament this week in this regard.

COMMENTS

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    luvmoor 7 years ago

    I think Mliswa should be left to spill the beans tione .Kana dziri mugaba dzinoteuka zvechokwadi

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    Jono Austin 7 years ago

    Mliswa is headed for a car accident soon

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    Roving Ambassador 7 years ago

    Is Mtasa big enough to defend him. I wonder.ZANU dirty linen
    Treasonous malcontents.

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    You just see the craftiness of these people. Why does he stress the color of his former corrupt friends skin? Everybody knows what color Rautenbach is. He is trying to get millage out of this racist attitude. Does he not realize nobody cares about that? All we want to see him and Rautenbach share the same cell. Crazy people.

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    Doris 7 years ago

    Mliswa must get his own house in order first. He should remember what comes round, goes round and there are plenty people who could spill the beans on Mliswa too!

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      Godzilla 7 years ago

      Temba Mliswa would do well to remember these wise words, “The game of life is a game of boomerangs. Our thoughts, deeds and words return to us sooner or later, with astounding accuracy……Florence Shim

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    zimbo 7 years ago

    Zim we are doomed!! Time to pack bags and get the hell out of the place!! It’s never going come right!! Yes become a crook and hitch up to the gravy train and all is good – but the train is now too long and is going up a steep hill –

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    mark longhurst 7 years ago

    c’mon do it, spill the beans, both the ebony and ivory kings have a lot to lose and they should be put in a cell together with a microphone attached to a radio station that we can all listen to…don’t forget Billy is Bobs bumchum and has been for 35 years..

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    Tjingababili 7 years ago

    SPILL AND SPOIL,BOY!

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    Liberator 7 years ago

    Mliswa, your level of idiotry and stupidity does not cease to amaze me. All these years when you were dealing with Billy, were you colour blind?. Did you have cataract in your eyes like your father Robert?. Did you not see that Billy was white?. Now that you are singing the white song like a parrot. Shame on you fool. If had received that 165 Million USD were you going to spill any beans. Temba please, stop irritating us. One day the people of Zimbabwe will get their justice on you merciless looters. Looting everything in Zimbabwe whilst majority of zimbabweans are suffering. Shame on you Temba.

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    Challenge Ndlovu 7 years ago

    Now he’s got a mandate to expose corruption? All this time that he was receiving his portion he had no mandate? Ngaatibvirwe apo!

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    Chemical Solution 7 years ago

    the police should force him to spill the beans and failure to do so means he should be arrested.Mliswa has good information as there is no smoke without fire.

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      Bullet 7 years ago

      Spill the beans boy and you a gone too,maidya mese at our expense,muri mbavha mese 4rm the top

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    maita 7 years ago

    So is he saying there are many skeletons in ZanuPF’s cupboards. It means there so many beans which need to be spilled if this country is to move on. What is Mliswa telling us, there is more to this, It means this country is ruled by the Mafia.

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    Hehehehehe! The swords are being turned inwards against each other. That’s what happens when sin and evil are indulged.

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    Mixed Race 7 years ago

    I have no time for little racists who want to use the misguided thoughts of cheap racism to his full advantage,forgetting that he is also corrupt and ruthless.
    The cake has become smaller and smaller for these looters not to share equally,thus why they want to kill each other.These are the results of selfishness and greedy.Wait and see how they will destroy one another with us as spectators.We are to watch free movies within the press very soon.

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    jambanja pahotera 7 years ago

    I urge Cde Mliswa to keep quite and watch these things happening. Since you are so talkative you will die for your words young man.

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    jobolinko 7 years ago

    Not one is better than the other.

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    wordwriter 7 years ago

    temba i have two pieces of advice for you
    1. do not open fire on all and sundry. you wil build your enemies too quickly and you will go down under the weight of the combined enemy…..choose your battles…

    2. don’t fire on enemies as a revenge, because the community will read it as mere bitterness, not an expose of truth. You will then lose cedibity

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    ZANU PF SHARE THE MONEY 7 years ago

    Iwe mfana usaTemba naSekuru – Diesel Guru – vakaroverwa mhazha pasi naRotina Mavhunga. Unopaenda pasi apa Corruption Gratuity yako isati yabuda.

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    Jonathan Kaseke Wekwa Murewa 7 years ago

    Is this guy not a zambian? If yes what is he doing in our sovereign parliament