Thabo Mbeki

Thabo Mbeki
(Antonio Milena/ABr, 2003)
Thabo Mbeki

Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki (* 18. June 1942 in Idutywa at the east cape) is a present president of South Africa.

Mbeki went 1962 into the British exile and studied there political economy. Since 1971 it was member inGoverning body of the African national Congress (ANC) and represented it in several countries. Starting from 1984 it functioned first as an information secretary and later than speaker with regard to foreign policy of the ANC. It represented it in addition with discussions with the white minority government of South Africa. 1993 became Mbeki the president of the ANC andone year after to the vice-president of the Republic of South Africa selected.1999 he became a president of the country and began thereby the follow-up Nelson Mandelas . To 23. April 2004 he was again selected by the parliament. To 27. April 2004, that 10. Anniversary of the official end that Apartheid, he was sworn in.

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