Tatiana Aleshina, ‘a dark individual who openly admitted to state capture’- Harare Legislator


Controversial justice fugitive Ken Sharpe’s Augur Investments Chief Operations Officer, Tatiana Aleshina has been described as a dark individual who thrives on capturing state officials.
By Senior Court Reporter
This came to light at the Harare Magistrates Court where land developer, Georgios Katsimberis sought a review of Harare regional Magistrate Letwin Rwodzi’s judgement and have the referral of his case to the Constitutional Court.
“For instance on the 30th of November 2020, the State had spend literally 4 hours with Tatiana Aleshina. The aforesaid Tatiana Aleshina is a dark individual who has literally openly admitted on other proceedings to various forms of State capture. I attach hereto marked Annexure 11 an affidavit without annexures and the draft order in matter filed by Honorable Norman Markham in an attempt to set aside corrupt land deals involving Kenneth Raydone Sharpe and their company Augur Investments Pvt Limited. I attach hereto marked Annexure 12 the opposing affidavit that was filed by this woman Tatiana Aleshina in which she essentially admits to State capture. I attach hereto marked annexure 13 the answering affidavit filed by Allan Norman Markham in respect of which he bemoans the corrosive State capture by Tatiana Aleshina, ” reads the documents.

Outspoken Harare North legislator Norman Markham (MDC- Alliance).
According to documents seen by this publication, Aleshina had said;
“Augur Investments went on to write to the Secretary of the Land Commission Ms Virginia Mabhiza advising that the Anti-Corruption Commission had been to see us and enquiring what the issues were. Full disclosure on the land bank was made. The Commission was requested to conduct an enquiry they needed to assist 1st respondent, 2nd respondent and I to clear our names. To date they have not found any wrongdoing with Augur Investments. 1st respondent, 2nd respondent and I are not even implicated in the Uchena land commission report on illegal parcelling of state land,” said Aleshina.
However, members of the public are yet to see who is and is not on the Uchena Commission report’s list of corrupt individuals as it has not been disseminated as such. Aleshina said she did all this despite the fact that the case was still ongoing and the other parties were not present during these meetings.
Controversial Justice Fugitive and Pokugara Proprties kingpin ,Kenneth Raydon Sharpe who left the country 3 years ago and believed to be in Maritius.
Again, following Parirenyatwa group of hospitals psychiatrist, Dr Ropafadzo Muzvidziwa ‘s declaration Ken Sharpe’s Managing director, Michael John Van Blerk was fit to stand perjury and Malicious Damage to Property trial, she says unknown male adults ordered her to distance herself from Van Blerk citing that they were coming from the President’s office.
This comes at a time when President Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged government officials to shun corruption, name dropping and state capture of all forms.
Controversial justice fugitive Kenneth Raydon Sharpe (left) with his henchman , Michael John Van Blerk.
At the burial of Major General (Rtd) Clever Shadreck Chiramba (66) who died from Covid-19 complications recently, President Emmerson Mnangagwa warned against the tendency by some individuals to abuse their proximity to high ranking officials to seek undeserved favours and benefits.
Prominent Harare lawyer and MDC Alliance Vice President, Mr Tendai Biti
Meanwhile, through his lawyer, Mr Tendai Biti, Katsimberis said;
“This is an application for review I bring against the decision of the 1st respondent made on Tuesday the 15th of June 2021 in Court No. 20 at the Harare Magistrates Court. The Application for review is made in terms of 14 of the High Court Act read together with Order 33 of the Esteemed Rules of the Magistrate Court.
“The grounds of review are as follows; the 1st respondent’s judgement handed down and read out on the 15th of June 2021 pertaining to the Applicant’s application to refer his matter to the Constitutional Court in terms of Section 175 (4) of the Constitution was grossly unreasonable such that no reasonable person properly applying her mind would have arrived at the same. So irrational and not supported by the evidence and the law provide before him. Grossly illegal that it failed to appreciate the importance of the Applicant’s constitutional right in section 56(1) and 69 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe,” reads his application.
Magistrate Rwodzi dismissed the said application on June 15 2021.
Controversial Augur Investments Chief Operations Officer ,Tatiana Aleshina aka Tanya.

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