Former energy minister, Dzikamai Mavhaire THE High Court has ordered an investigation into the shareholding of Bikita Minerals (Pvt) Limited to determine the veracity of claims that former army commander,the late Retired General Vitalis Zvinavashe, held a 15 percent stake in the firm. Bikita Minerals is believed to hold the world’s largest known lithium deposits, estimated at 11 million tonnes. Justice Davison Foroma ordered the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Emmerson Mnangagwa, also the country’s Vice President, to appoint an inspector to probe claims by the executor of Zvinavashe’s estate, of the late general’s shareholding in the lithium producer. The late army commander’s son, Richard Zvinavashe, who is the executor of the national hero’s…