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Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

Date of Birth: 26 September 1936
Place of Birth: Bizana, Eastern Cape Province
Died: 2 April 2018

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Post-coup purge

Relations with Pretoria have been further damaged because Chiluba helped Fred Bridgland a British journalist with a book about Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's misspent years...

Fighting for top jobs

The party post is hotly contested with four candidates in the field: * Jacob Zuma ANC head of intelligence in the mid-1980s is now ANC National Chairperson and leader of the party in kwaZulu-Natal where the ANC has nominated him for its deputy presidency and oddly he is said to enjoy the tacit support of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's ANC Women's League...

In the past two years it has stirred up resentment by intervening in provincial affairs ousting Lekota as Free State Premier resisting moves in the Northern Province to replace Premier Ngoako Ramathlodi trying to prevent Winnie Mandela from being re-elected ANCWL President and this month trying to impose Amos Masondo (SACP) as Gauteng Premier to succeed Tokyo Sexwale who fell foul of Mbeki and took refuge in the business world...

What's left of the left?

At the height of their power in early 1995 the populists led by Winnie Mandela and Bantu Holomisa held two ministerial portfolios and wielded substantial influence in the party (having won overwhelming support at the party congress)...

Opening up the ANC

Even the usually forthright Winnie Madikizela-Mandela declined to comment on Holomisa's expulsion until it had been discussed by the ANC National Executive...

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