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Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma
in Nkandla South Africa
Jacob Zuma was elected President of South Africa in May 2009. He has been President of the African National Congress since December 2007 and was crowned 'African President of the Year' in 2009. Zuma became involved in politics at an early age, influenced by a family member who was a trade unionist. He has served as Chairperson of the South African National Aids Council and as Chancellor at the University of Zululand. Zuma is a patron of the Peace and Reconstruction Foundation, as well as the Albert Luthuli Education and Development Foundation.
Government, Public Administration and Defence
Social Development and Community Services
Academia, Education and Training
The year of the signing of the Nkomati Accord between the Mozambican and South African governments.
Awarded in 2001
Honorary Doctor of Administration
Honorary Doctor of Literature/Letters
Honorary Doctor of Philosophy
Beijing, China | Awarded in July 2012
Honorary Professor of International Relations
Cuba's highest award
Active Member, 1962 - 1990
Member, 1959 - present
Patron, 1998 - present
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