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Oliver Reginald Kaizana Tambo

Date of Birth: 27 October 1917
Place of Birth: Nkantolo, Mbizana, Eastern Cape
Died: 24 April 1993


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Cyril wins a battle over graft

Other members include renowned trade unionist and veteran of the 1956 Women's March Sophia de Bruyn (82) deputy chair; former secretary of parliament Sindiso Mfenyana; British-born political advisor and former detainee Sue Rabkin; medical doctor and former MP Essop Jassat; former secretary to the late ANC leader Oliver Tambo Thandi Lujabe-Rankoe; former military wing member Len Rasekgatla; human resource professional Thukela Cyril Jantjies; former Speaker of the City of Johannesburg Council Nkele Dikeledi Ntingane; and Terrence Tryon an anti-apartheid activist and former student leader...


ANC dilemma deepens

HeavyweightsFuture South Africa has the backing of the foundations set up by the late President Nelson Mandela his confidant Ahmed Mohamed 'Kathy' Kathrada who died in March and former ANC leader Oliver Tambo; Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu; and three former state presidents FW de Klerk Thabo Mbeki and Kgalema Motlanthe...


Zuma largesse under fire

They intend to confront the current ANC leadership backed by the Nelson Mandela Foundation the Thabo Mbeki Foundation the Oliver Tambo Foundation and the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation...


The woman most likely…

ANC President Oliver Tambo had suffered a stroke before the negotiations with the ruling National Party and the ANC leadership wanted a presidential election there and then so that Mandela could take over and run the talks...


Zuma talks up the state

Zuma welcomed old comrades and paid special tribute to Nelson Mandela Oliver Tambo and other ANC leaders including the former Deputy President for six months Baleka Mbete...


The time of Mandela

Yet it was the ANC leadership under Oliver Tambo in the 1970s which saw the propaganda value of boosting Mandela as the symbol of the anti-apartheid struggle for which he had sacrificed his freedom and risked his life...


Political mould starts to break

His KwaZulu-Natal provincial section of the ANC is now the largest and most powerful eclipsing the Xhosa heartland of the Eastern Cape which produced leading lights Walter Sisulu Oliver Tambo and Nelson Mandela...


Malema and Zuma for breakfast

The Anton Lembede ‘Founders’ Package will set you back R50 000 per person with the Oliver Tambo ‘Homecoming’ Package admitting two for R80 000 while the Nelson Mandela ‘Volunteers’ Package gets you three tickets for R120 000 and the de luxe Walter Sisulu ‘Recruiters’ Package welcomes a delegation of five for R180 000 (US$26 700)...


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