Tatenda Gwaambuka

Tatenda Gwaambuka

Tatenda is a Zimbabwean commercial legal practitioner in the infrastructure project financing, investment law, and tax practice areas. He is part of the team that drafted the Dentons Global - Zimbabwean Tax Law Guide and has contributed to the Batoka Gorge Hydroelectric Project Legal Environment Report. In addition to his legal work, Tatenda is a Staff Writer for the African Exponent and the Ghanaian American Journal, pan-African publications with a focus on African socio-economic development. His articles have appeared in various outlets including The Zimbabwean, The Herald, Okay Africa and The Southern Times. In 2018, Tatenda joined Diezie Sahn Films as a Film Script Editor in the pan-African film production start-up.

Recent Articles

Remembering President Kamuzu Banda: The Medical Doctor

Kamuzu Banda was a doctor who became his country's…

Nov 17th
$20 American Bill to Have Imprint of Black African American Woman

In the 1800s scientific racism classified the blac…

Aug 31st
African Colonial History Proves That America is Now Running Concentration Camps On Its Border

In colonial Africa, millions of civilians were put…

Jun 25th
Deceptive Tony Blair Dines With African Dictators At Night But Preaches Democracy By Day

Tony Blair is the neo-colonial world order personi…

Jun 25th
South African Company Launches Country's First Ever Cannabis Pizza

South Africa's cannabis market may be young but it…

Jun 24th
Rwanda Builds Its First Gold Refinery, Plans to Earn $1.5 Billion From Mineral Exports By 2024

Rwanda is shifting gears from extraction to benefi…

Jun 24th
In Eritrea, A Local Dictator and Foreign Bullies Take Turns to Torment Citizens

The West and President Isaias Afwerki unwittingly …

Jun 23rd
How African Minds Have Been Destroyed By Western Education

The bodies may be in Africa but the minds are in t…

Jun 23rd
West Africa To Ditch the Colonial CFA Franc and Establish a Regional Pan-African Currency By 2020

2020 could mark the end of the colonial CFA Franc …

Jun 19th
Haile Selassie: The Self-Proclaimed 'Caucasian' Who Africans Mistook For A Black Saviour

Haile Selassie described himself as a Caucasian, w…

Jun 17th