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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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AUHIP chief Thabo Mbeki speaks to reporters following a meeting with Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir on 5 November 2014 (SUNA)
Thabo Mbeki played an enormous role as facilitator in the Sudan-South Sudan conflict.
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.
Sandra Botha, the alliance's leader, said: "The ANC's decision to force the resignation of President Thabo Mbeki was motivated purely by revenge and the desire to settle political scores.
SOUTH African leader Thabo Mbeki yesterday agreed to resign as president.
After meeting with South African president Thabo Mbeki yesterday, Blatter travelled to Cape Town to visit the construction site of the city's new stadium.
South African President Thabo Mbeki said yesterday that gender equality was key to renewal and development on the African continent and urged greater empowerment of women.
Hopes of neighbouring countries putting pressure on Mugabe faded yesterday as South Africa's Thabo Mbeki met Mugabe and insisted that there was "no crisis" in Zimbabwe.
Her listing of the successes of the African Union under its most prominent leader, South African President Thabo Mbeki, would make any old head who ever wore a dashiki or had an Afro fill with pride.
Red Location and the surrounding township of New Brighton became an important site of resistance to the apartheid regime and many prominent cultural and political leaders were either born or lived there, including Govan Mbeki, father of current South African president Thabo Mbeki.
South African President Thabo Mbeki regretted that the proposal would take "too long to get approval" and suggested circumventing the "consent of all the governments and parliaments around the world.
Attending will be the South African President Thabo Mbeki, Sibongile Mkhabela, of the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund, and former UN Human Rights Commissioner Mary Robinson.