Bowker-Saur who's who in South African politics
"...AN ADMIRABLE & ESSENTIAL REFERENCE TOOL FOR ANY LIBRARY COPING WITH QUESTIONS ABOUT SOUTH AFRICA. MAY THERE BE MANY FUTURE EDITIONS."--AFRICA TODAY. "HIGHLY RECOMMENDED...A JUSTIFIABLE ACQUISITION FOR LARGER PUBLIC & ACADEMIC LIBRARIES."--AMERICAN REFERENCE BOOKS. "THE DEFINITIVE RESOURCE ON SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICAL FIGURES..."--REFERENCE & RESEARCH BOOK NEWS. This important biographical resource contains 125 biographies of contemporary political personalities. More than a conventional biographical listing, each personal entry averages 1,200 words & is written in the form of a biographical essay to provide considerably more information & greater insight. Black & white photographs accompany each entry.
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1989 general election active Affairs African Communist Party African National Congress Alternative for South ANC's appointed April arrested attended August Author's research undertaken became Black Consciousness Boesak born Boshoff Botha Buthelezi campaign Cape Town chairman Ciskei Codesa Coetsee Coetzer conference constitutional December Defence delegation Democratic Alternative Democratic South Africa Desai detained Dhlomo Durban Ebrahim elected February Following the unbanning held High School Inkatha Interviewed involved January Johannesburg joined July June Klerk KwaZulu Labour leader leadership Malan Marais March married matriculated Mbeki Mdlalose Mokaba Natal Mercury national executive committee National Party negotiations Nelson Mandela November October organisation Pan-Africanist Congress parliament participated police political president Pretoria prison Progressive Federal Party release resigned SACP secretary September served Sisulu South Africa South Africa Codesa South Africa Idasa South African Communist Sunday tion Trade Unions Transkei Transvaal Umkhonto we Sizwe United Democratic Front University Weekly Mail Western Cape Youth