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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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Ramaphosa remained patient, eased himself into business and waited for 23 years to become president.MANDELA LEGACYbrWhen Thabo Mbeki came to power, there were strong indications that he might name Ramaphosa Deputy President.
The wide variety of contributors to The Thabo Mbeki I Know makes this book quite a varied feast, and it is notable that the former South African president does not entirely escape objective criticism.
NUP leader agreed recently with AUHIP chairman Thabo Mbeki on the need to meet the armed groups and to discuss the outstanding matters.
This is the first meeting between Al Habtoor and President Mbeki who is in Dubai to raise awareness about the work of the Thabo Mbeki Foundation in Africa.
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.
Tsvangirai says he hopes South African mediator Thabo Mbeki will pressure Mugabe to respect the agreement to share power signed in September.
Eleven South African ministers, half the cabinet, have said they are stepping down, following the resignation of Thabo Mbeki as the country's president.Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, the deputy president, too has agreed to quit, her spokesman said on Tuesday.
SOUTH African President Thabo Mbeki has told his nation he has formally resigned, effective as soon as a new president is chosen.
SOUTH Africa's President Thabo Mbeki bowed to heavy pressure from his own party to resign, tossed to the sidelines of the economic powerhouse he built up as punishment for allegedly abusing his power in trying to quash a popular rival.
President Thabo Mbeki bowed to heavy pressure from his own party to resign for allegedly abusing his power in trying to quash a popular rival.
SOUTH African leader Thabo Mbeki yesterday agreed to resign as president.