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Lindiwe Mabuza

South African Ambassador


Born 13-08-1938

Lindiwe Mabuza was a South African Ambassador. She was also a college level teacher, radio journalist, an editor, and an ambassador, as well as a much-published poet and short story writer. Almost all these callings have pointed towards one goal-- abolishing apartheid in South Africa.


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South African High Commission, Trafalgar Square, Lond, WC2N 5DP


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Current Position(s)

High Commissioner | Government of South Africa
United Kingdom | 2001 - present

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Editor | African National Congress Women's Journal | Voice of Women

Social Development and Community Services


Previous Position(s)

South African Ambassador | Germany | South African Embassy
1995 - 1999

Government, Public Administration and Defence




Chief Representative | Scandinavia | African National Congress
Sweden | 1979 - 1987

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Chair | Cultural Committee | African National Congress
Lusaka | 1977 - 1979

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Radio Journalist | Radio Freedom | African National Congress
1977 - 1979

Broadcast Media, Multimedia and Film


Editor | J1 by ANC Women
1977 - 1979

Assistant Professor | Literature and History | University of Ohio
Ohio University | 1969 - 1977

Academia, Education and Training


Lecturer | Department of Sociology | University of Minnesota
1968 - 1969

Academia, Education and Training


Teacher | English, Zulu Literature | Manzini Central School
Swaziland | 1962 - 1964

Academia, Education and Training

Educational history

Tertiary

College of Grailville Community

Completed 1959

Diploma : Home Economics

University of Durban-Westville

Awarded in 1997

Honorary Doctor of Philosophy

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Awards

Yari Yari Award for Contributions to Human Rights and Literature | New York University | 1997

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