MineTech Founder Drawn into Zimbabwe Political Dispute

The Zimbabwean opposition party, Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), is denying government allegations that they offered Lionel Dyck, founder of demining company MineTech International, the position of Army boss.  Here is the government lineHere is MDC’s response.

Col. Dyck had been an elite officer in both the Rhodesian and Zimbabwean armies. Dyck no longer runs MineTech, which is now owned by oil services and logistics company, Exploration Logistics.

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~ by Matthew Bolton on 13 September 2008.

3 Responses to “MineTech Founder Drawn into Zimbabwe Political Dispute”

  1. Great News for Africa. I remember the gentleman’s remark at the GICHD dog conference that places like Luanda should be nuked… Not to speak that his excuse not appear at the Truth&Reconciliation Commission for alleged torture was that he is not Southafrican. Oh well…

  2. […] To read a previous posting on Dyck’s role in Zimbabwe politics, click here. […]

  3. […] MineTech Founder Drawn into Zimbabwe Political Dispute …Sep 13, 2008 … Dyck had been an elite officer in both the Rhodesian and Zimbabwean armies. Dyck no longer runs MineTech, which is now owned by oil … […]

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