From “A Farewell to Madiba”, a praise poem by Thabo Mbeki, delivered by him to the National Assembly, Cape Town, on 26 March 1999
You have walked along the road of the heroes and the heroines.
You have borne the pain of those who have known fear and learnt to conquer it.
You have marched [...]Continue Reading →
In this op-ed, Thabo Mbeki, former President of South Africa and chairman of the AU High-Level Implementation Panel for Sudan, argues that the recently signed agreements between Sudan and South Sudan are “epoch-making in terms of the remaking of the African continent.” This op-ed originally appeared October 2, 2012 in Business Day Live.
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