Thabo Mbeki

Former President of South Africa

Born 1942-6-18 in Idutywa, South Africa

Thabo Mbeki is a South African Politician. He served almost two terms as the second post-apartheid President of South Africa, from 1999 to 2008. Mbeki also served as the Architect of NEPAD.


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Celebrity
Allrounder
Pioneer
Complete
Veteran
Achiever
Leader
Newsmaker

CURRENT POSITIONS

Member | NEPAD Steering Committee

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

Chairman | African Union

2002 - 2003

Government, Public Administration and Defence

President | Government of South Africa

1999 - 2008

Government, Public Administration and Defence

President | African National Congress

1997 - 2008

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Deputy President | Department of Agriculture | Government of South Africa

1994 - 1999

Government, Public Administration and Defence

National Chairman | African National Congress

1993 - 1997

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Department Head | International Affairs, ANC

1989 - 1994

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Head | Department of International Affairs | African National Congress

1989 - 1993

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Secretary | Presidential Affairs

1985 - 1989

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Member | ANC Political and Military Council

1985 - 1994

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Director | Department of Information and Publicity | African National Congress

1984 - 1989

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Political Secretary | Office of the President | ANC Women's League

1978 - 1984

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Representative | African National Congress

1975 - 1978

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Representative | African National Congress

1975 - 1975

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Member | National Executive Committee | African National Congress

1975 - 2008

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Representative | African National Congress

1973 - 1974

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Assistant Secretary | Revolutionary Council | African National Congress

1971 - 1973

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Secretary | African Students Association

1961 - 1962

Academia, Education and Training

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

SECONDARY EDUCATION

St John's High School, Umtata, South Africa (1959)

TERTIARY EDUCATION

University of London

Awarded in 1962

Bachelor of Economics

Arthur D. Little School of Management

Awarded in 1994

D. BusAdmin

Sussex University, United Kingdom

Awarded in 1966

Master of Economics

Sussex University, United Kingdom

Awarded in 1995

Honorary Doctor of Laws

Rand Afrikaans University

Awarded in 1999

Honorary Doctorate

University of Glasgow

Awarded in 2000

Honorary Doctor of Laws

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