SA's contempt for Eastern Europe

Preece, Howard
September 2001
Finance Week;9/14/2001, p24
Comments on the speech of President Thabo Mbeki at the NGO Forum on World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa. Description of the personality of the president; Contributions of Mbeki on the struggle of the government and Cosatu over privatization; Effects of the speech of Mbeki on the country.


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