Continent loses $50b to illegal acts PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan and South Africa's former President Thabo Mbeki have canvassed the need to check the outflow of huge funds from the African continent as they met Monday at the State House in Abuja. The Guardian Nigeria, 23 hours ago
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The Chairman of the United Nations High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows from Africa, Thabo Mbeki, has said that the continent loses, at least, $50 billion annually through illicit fund flows. Mr. Mbeki, a former President of South Africa, ...AllAfrica.com, 11 hours ago 'Liberian Government Committed to Work... AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago South Africa: 'Liberian Government Committed to Working With the Panel,' Says Chairman Thabo Mbeki AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago South Africa on a mission Daily News South Africa, 3 weeks ago
Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki, former South African president, main co-founder of the African Union and current leading continental conflict resolver and peacemaker, receives his award of Media Trust African of the Year 2012 today in Abuja. President is no ...Individual.com, 1 day ago Nigeria: Mbeki - African of the Year AllAfrica.com, 1 day ago
Ebrahim Fakir says that if the ruling ANC looks carefully at the reasons why former President Thabo Mbeki was recalled, the party will find that many of those reasons are evident in theSABC, 1 day ago ANC hijacked by alliance partners BDlive, 3 weeks ago Will the Anchor Hold Southern Times Africa, 4 weeks ago Will the ANC Alliance Hold As the 2014 Elections Approach? AllAfrica.com, 1 month ago
Former President Thabo in his youth, it was reported on Sunday. I learnt to drive a car in 1961. This was because the then ANC secretary-general, the late Duma Nokwe and particularly his wife, Sis Tiny, insisted that, to assist him to do his work, I ...Sowetan, 1 month ago No licence to drive Cape Times, 1 month ago Mbeki drove without a licence - report IOL, 1 month ago Mbeki drove without a licence: report Times Live South Africa, 1 month ago
Theo Nkonki | JOHANNESBURG - Former president Thabo Mbeki has urged South Africans to ask themselves difficult questions about the history of the country and how far it is in achieving goals it has set for itself. Mbeki was the keynote speaker at ...Eye Witness News, 3 weeks ago Mbeki urged South Africans to know their history SABC, 3 weeks ago Mbeki urges South Africans to know more about history SABC, 3 weeks ago
IN yet another sign of President Jacob Zumas break with the AIDS denialism of former president Thabo Mbeki, the Presidency on Monday announced that three medical scientists whose work challenged Mr Mbekis dogma are to receive national orders on ...Health Systems Trust, 4 weeks ago Chikane won't defend Mbeki's HIV stance Eye Witness News, 1 month ago From ever after to nevermore Mail & Guardian Online, 1 month ago Frank Chikane back with a new book SABC, 1 month ago
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(2013-04-15) The former presidents of South Africa and Botswana, Thabo Mbeki and Festus Mogae, have joined a team from the Forum for Former African Heads of State and Government (the Africa Forum) that is mediating in the Lake Niassa border dispute ...Club of Mozambique, 1 month ago Mbeki, Mogae join mediation team Malawi Daily Times, 1 month ago
Former South African President Thabo Mbeki says Africa is losing billions each year to illicit capital outflows in development. Addressing members of the 53rd Liberian Legislature in a joint session Tuesday in Monrovia, he said that the rate at ...AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago Mbeki Caution Liberia to Enact Legislation to Address Illegal Outflow of Monies AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago South Africa: Mbeki Says Africa Loses Double of What Comes in As Development Aid AllAfrica.com, 3 weeks ago Mbeki in Liberia Says Africa Loses Double of What Comes in As Development Aid Individual.com, 3 weeks ago
Former South African President Thabo Mbeki said yesterday that Africans can solve the numerous problems affecting the continent without giving room for external interference which usually comes with interests. Mbeki, who stated this shortly after ...AllAfrica.com, 9 hours ago
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