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FW de Klerk welcomes Nelson Mandela to his 70th birthday in 2006. The two men laid the foundations for South African democracy. Photograph: Mike Hutchings/ Reuters Justice Malala is usually one our more perceptive and balanced commentators. However,
The ANC wants to use next year's Budget to boost its image ahead of the national elections in 2014. In a move that's caused unease both within and outside the party, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has said in a party document that the 2013/14
A file photo of President Jacob Zuma and former president FW de Klerk...Education is a debt that the present generation owes to future generations." Education was universally accepted as a catalyst for economic and human growth and was a fundamental
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There could be partial land reform, partial nationalisation of mines...." But ultimately there would be control of the country by the state, and the control of the state by the party, she said. Filatova was speaking in Johannesburg at a discussion
“Thank God for lettin’ me live long enough to see this day!” -- Willie Lee Dyer, February 11, 1990 Those were the words of my mother as we watched Nelson Mandela's televised
Africa's Nelson Mandela turns 94 on Wednesday, but he is unlikely to attend a host of celebrations planned in his honour. He once partied lavishly with the likes of American talk-show host Oprah Winfrey and other international celebrities, but for
President Bill Clinton says he's trying to get more support for a charity he helped found that provides training for impoverished South African school children in hopes they can carve out a better future for themselves. Clinton
President FW de Klerk looked truly shocked as he sat in the backseat of his slow-moving silver BMW. Minutes before, about 3 000 Boipatong residents had surged towards his car, bringing his motorcade to a brief stop...Go to your brothers at KwaMadala!