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Chief Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi

Date of Birth: 27 August 1928
Place of Birth: Mahlabathini, KwaZulu


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Keep trekking

Home Affairs Minister Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi wants to get tough; other African National Congress ministers caution that the interests of South Africa's neighbours must be considered...


First, the good news

To help resolve the kwaZulu-Natal conflict (AC Vol 38 No 4) and to outflank any opposition realignment the ANC has ratcheted down its confrontation with Mangosuthu Buthelezi's Inkatha Freedom Party...


Hard bargains

The ANC responded to IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi's recent rejection of a key peace proposal by offering him the second deputy presidency in the Government of National Unity (GNU)...


Mangope on trial

Scio gets on well with Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi and is close to some British business and political figures: ex-Chancellor Norman Lamont and journalist-businessman Woodrow Wyatt have been guests at his Il Pellicano hotel in Porto Santo Stefano Tuscany...


Press harder

They plan to sell 51 per cent of it to a black consortium led by Oscar Dhlomo a former Secretary General in Mangosuthu Buthelezi's Inkatha who now runs the Institute for Multi-party Democracy...


Escapades

On this issue he has aligned himself with Zulu traditionalists in Mangosuthu Buthelezi's Inkatha Freedom Party whose kwaZulu 'homeland' was like Transkei a rural slum cut off from its urban capital...


Buthelezi's battlers

Mangosuthu Buthelezi: Life President of the Inkatha Freedom Party among other legendary titles; two years as Minister of Home Affairs in the Government of National Unity have done little to soften his hatred for the African National Congress; seen by many as the IFP's biggest stumbling block he remains the true centre of power in his party; British consultants Ian Greer and Associates hope to obtain foreign aid for Inkatha by reviving his 1980s' image of 'integrity' which won him the adoring support of 'white Zulus' around the world...


Back to the kraal

The failure of the Inkatha Freedom Party to extend its reach much beyond the rural Zulu constituencies in the latest round of local elections presents leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi with hard choices...


White Zulus

Some of the blame for Inkatha's weaker showing in the local elections is being laid at the door of the numerous 'white Zulus' who have attached themselves to Mangosuthu Buthelezi's cause...


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