Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Thoko Didiza says Africans should unite and face the challenges the continent faces as a way to honor former President Thabo Mbeki, who celebrated his 80th birthday at a dinner in Sandton. Saturday night.
Mbeki was born in 1942 in Transkei’s first home in the Eastern Cape.
Didiza says the Thabo Mbeki Foundation is also working hard to provide guidance on the continent.
Former President Thabo Mbeki celebrates his 80th birthday in Sandton:
Friends and family at the former president’s house hosted a party for his 80th birthday.
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The event marked Mbeki’s life and death.
Thabo Mbeki was born in 1942 in Transkei’s first home in the Eastern Cape. As a member of a political family, young Mbeki joined the ANC Youth League at the age of 14, supporting student politics.
After graduating from high school in 1959, Mbeki graduated home.
He moved to Johannesburg where under the direction of Walter Sisulu and Duma Nokwe he became the secretary of an African student body.
Thabo Mbeki was elected President of South Africa in 1999.
‘Africans must unite and face the challenges facing the continent as a way to honor Mbeki’ – SABC
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