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South Africa

Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki

Date of Birth: 18/06/1942
Place of Birth: Idutywa, Eastern Cape


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Diplomatic challenge

Akufo-Addo’s bold plan revives parts of the elaborate African Peer Review Mechanism launched by South African former President Thabo Mbeki...


The state of Zuma’s nation

Zulu phrases some scripted and some not showed a man at ease with himself and his origins in contrast to his predecessor Thabo Mbeki’s buttoned-up English style...


The South goes for sovereignty

This was clear when the AU representative South African ex-President Thabo Mbeki announced on 31 January that they would cover several outstanding issues from the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement since ‘the interim transitional period ends at the end of March’...


Zuma goes for broke

That was due to the public outrage after he had suggested that ex-President Thabo Mbeki had orchestrated the charges of rape and corruption against Zuma...


FOCAC V brings billions more

His predecessor former President Thabo Mbeki and his brother the well-known businessman Moeletsi Mbeki have both made similar pronouncements to little effect...


Selling the state

Chief executives under President Thabo Mbeki – like Khaya Ngqula (SA Airways) Dali Mpofu (SA Broadcasting Corporation) and Jacob Maroga (Eskom) – have been unceremoniously fired...


The gloves are off

Leaning on powerful backers with their own agenda like Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale and Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula he will deploy street protests activist demonstrations and heckling in imitation of the tactics that Jacob Zuma used so successfully to dislodge Thabo Mbeki from the ANC presidency...


Malema and Zuma mass their armies

The bitterness is greater because he appears to be trying to sideline former allies who supported him in ousting ex-President Thabo Mbeki but have turned against the second-term bid which Zuma had promised not to make...


Foreign policy aid

SADPA will replace the African Renaissance Fund set up by former President Thabo Mbeki in 2000 which provided development aid in Africa...


Disrespect for the President

Uncertain terms Most of the younger presidential hopefuls such as Deputy President Motlanthe ANC national Treasurer Mathews Phosa Tokyo Sexwale and Defence Minister Lindiwe Sisulu supported (or stayed neutral) during Zuma’s triumph over Thabo Mbeki...


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