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Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa
in Soweto South Africa
Matamela Ramaphosa is the Chairperson of Shanduka Group. He is Non-Executive Director for Standard Bank Group Limited and the Deputy President of the African National Congress. Ramaphosa is best known for founding the National Union of Mineworkers, the most powerful trade union in South Africa. Ramaphosa is also known for the role he played during the negotiations to bring a peaceful end to the apartheid and to steer the country towards its first democratic elections in 1994. In early 2011 Ramaphosa took over the McDonald's franchise in South Africa.
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Baccalaureus Procurationis - Law
Awarded in 2002
Honorary Doctor of Laws
B. Proc. Degree - Law
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