KStJ GCB GCMG OE
|President of South Africa|
14 June 1999 – 24 September 2008
|Preceded by||Nelson Mandela|
|Succeeded by||Kgalema Motlanthe|
|Deputy President of South Africa|
10 May 1994 – 14 June 1999
|Preceded by||Office Created|
(Vice President 1981-1984)
|Succeeded by||Jacob Zuma|
|1st Commonwealth Chairperson-in-Office|
12 November, 1999 – 2 March, 2002
|Preceded by||Position Established|
|Succeeded by||John Howard|
|Born||18 June 1942|
Mbewuleni, Cape Province, Union of South Africa
|Political party||African National Congress|
|Alma mater||University of London|
University of Sussex
On 20 September 2008, with about nine months left in his second term, Mbeki announced his resignation after being recalled by the African National Congress's National Executive Committee. That was after a meeting by Judge Nicholson for corruption.
Mbeki was born on 18 June 1942 in Mbewuleni, Cape Province, Union of South Africa. He studied at the University of London and at the University of Sussex. Mbeki married his wife Zanele Dlamini at Farnham Castle in the United Kingdom in 1974.
References[change | change source]
- Wyk, Chris Van (15 February 2019). "Thabo Mbeki". Awareness Publishing – via Google Books.
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His resignation came into effect at midnight.[dead link]
- "Full Zuma Judgment". News24. 13 September 2008.
- "Thabo Mbeki: Following the fairytale". BBC News. London. 15 June 2001. Retrieved 2008-07-05.
- "South African Financial Mail". Financial Mail. Retrieved 2008-07-05.
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|Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Thabo Mbeki|
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- South African Government profile on Thabo Mbeki
- Mbeki: ANC official page His party's collection of Mbeki documents, biography and portrait.
- "Thabo Mbeki – a man of two faces" "The Economist" magazine profiles Mbeki. pay/member link
- The Guardian Profile The Guardian (UK) profiles Mbeki.
- A critical Zimbabwean view. Editorial comment from Zimbabwean website.
- AFP Profile Thabo Mbeki as seen by Agence France-Presse.
- "Today it feels good to be an African" – Thabo Mbeki, Cape Town, 8 May 1996
-  The Mbeki page