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Walter Max Ulyate Sisulu

Date of Birth: 18 May 1912
Place of Birth: Ngcobo, Transkei (Eastern Cape)
Died: 5 May 2003


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South Africa's Communists: The People

Protégé of the late Harry Gwala who, with Govan Mbeki led a radical faction in Robben Island prison which dissented from policies promoted by Nelson Mandela and Walter Sisulu...


Peace dividend

Glamorous entourage The politics-business nexus was represented by Gauteng's ex-Premier, Tokyo Sexwale, Chairman of Mvelaphanda Resources and a stalwart of the governing African National Congress; Zwelakhe Sisulu of Afrimineral Holdings (and son of the late ANC elder statesman Walter Sisulu); and African Rainbow Minerals Chairperson Patrice Motsepe...


Sacking the veep

Mumba's political mentor is ex-President Kenneth Kaunda, who told the nation shortly before the 2001 presidential election that Mumba was among the best four of the eleven contenders; together, Kaunda and Mumba joined the official Zambian delegation to the funeral on 17 May of South Africa's veteran hero-politician Walter Sisulu...


Hard pressed

We hear that the M&G has approached the black-led (but white-financed) New Africa Investment Limited (NAIL), whose leadership includes such ANC stalwarts as Zwelakhe Sisulu (son of ANC veteran Walter Sisulu), Saki Macozoma and Moloetse Mbeki, the President's brother...


Mbeki's new machine

Fading from the scene, but leaving no useful space behind, are Walter Sisulu, Ahmed Kathrada (SACP), Govan Mbeki (SACP), Wilton Mkwayi (SACP) and Andrew Mlangeni (SACP)...


Manpower and muscle

The Nomination Committee's ANC stalwarts are veterans Walter Sisulu, Govan Mbeki and Gertrude Shope...


Escapades

From the province emerged Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Oliver Tambo, Govan Mbeki and his son Thabo – all Xhosas, an ethnic fact which the ANC is keen to underemphasise...


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