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Margaret Hilda Thatcher (Baroness Thatcher)

Date of Birth: 13 October 1925
Place of Birth: Grantham, Lincolnshire
Died: 8 April 2013


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Crabs in a barrel

Some militants in the African National Congress remember with bitterness that British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher had labelled the ANC as 'just another terrorist organisation' in the 1980s, and wanted to take a tougher line against her son...


Splodges of wonga

Ironically, Penningtons were British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's family lawyers, but that will do little to console Mark Thatcher, who is due to face trial in South Africa...


New twist

The 25 August raid by South Africa's 'Scorpion' police squad on the Cape Town house of Mark Thatcher, son of British ex-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, follows a private meeting last week with officials in Pretoria about his alleged involvement in a plot to overthrow President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo's regime in Equatorial Guinea...


Mwai's moment

A pointer here is the tortuous negotiations between British public relations guru Tim Bell (who remodelled Margaret Thatcher's image) and KANU's Biwott and Ben Sassoon...


Unconstructive engagement

Under Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, the UK had condemned the NIF's human rights abuses, which led to the expulsion of Goulty's predecessor, Peter Streams...


Those fatal cars

Mary Banda, who remains at Gender and Community Affairs, is often described, as 'Margaret Thatcher without the brains'...


Diplomacy with attitude

Mugabe had expected socialist solidarity from Britain's Labour government, but has found its policies less sympathetic than those of the Tories, Lords Carrington and Howe, as Margaret Thatcher's Foreign Secretaries...


White power

This, said Buthelezi, was a 'stinking lie', and he introduced as an Inkatha member Ian Greer, whose firm helped plan the election campaign and who was once a communications advisor to Margaret Thatcher, Britain's ex-Premier...


Bullet proof

Britain's Overseas Development Administration helped finance the Margaret Thatcher Library at Moi University...


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