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Mbeki

Thabo (Mvuyelwa) . born 1942, South African politician: a member of the African National Congress (ANC); president of South Africa from 1999; deputy president of South Africa (1994--99)
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Former South African president and chairman of the African Union High-Level Implementation Panel, Thabo Mbeki (Photo: Reuters)
In a press statement after the meeting, Mbeki said that the meeting discussed a number of important issues pertinent to progress of the national dialogue.
Mrs Epainette Mbeki died at the age of 98 and the entire S Group extends its heartfelt condolences to former president Mbeki and his family.
Mr Mbeki, South Africa's second postapartheid president, added: "We worked for so many years together so there are so many, many wonderful memories.
Perceived to be the victim of Machiavellian efforts by Mbeki to remove him from office, he was expected to be more open to debate and discussion in the ruling ANC.
During an earlier breakfast briefing, Mbeki had said that many of those that had been involved in the battle against apartheid had, since, become absorbed into directorships of big companies in order to meet racial quotas (part of the BEE prescription).
Our ANC was the people's ANC, but the present one is not the people's party," Mbeki said, (http://www.
Mbeki se trouve depuis jeudi dans la capitale soudanaise pour tenter de relancer les negociations entre Khartoum et Juba, suspendues apres des combats frontaliers en avril.
Obama thanked Mbeki "for his leadership and his efforts, and the two
The picture of Mbeki that emerges is that of an awkward, pipe-smoking philosopher king.
Even though Thabo Mbeki publicly voiced his outrage at being dismissed as president, he has since repeatedly denied that he has any intention of joining the breakaway party, despite the fact that the new faction is headed by his staunchest political supporters.