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Tambo

(ˈtæmbəʊ)
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(Biography) Oliver. 1917–93, South African politician; president (1977–91) of the African National Congress. He was arrested (1956) with Nelson Mandela but released (1957)
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As the conversation continued, Jaramogi said he was worried about Oliver Tambo of South Africa.
Isibania's new signings include Joseph Kafunzo (goalkeeper); Joseph Onyango and Thomas Omondi (left backs); Kevin Juma (center back); John Owino, Issa Seif (midfielders); Victor Nyang'acha, Lucas Weitere (left wingers), Oliver Tambo, Shadrack Kawa, Sylvanus Peter (attacking midfielders), Patrick Mvita and Richard Siagobino (strikers).
1990 - African National Congress president Oliver Tambo returns to South Africa after 30 years in exile.
It is fitting and proper that we open this school during a month that our nation celebrates the life of Oliver Tambo, one of the greatest South African freedom fighters and former a Mathematics and Physics Teacher at St Peters Secondary School in Rosettenville,
After an emotional reunion with other exiled comrades he was asked by ANC leader Oliver Tambo to travel to London and work out of the ANC's London office, hence his appearance at Leeds University, his first public appearance in the UK since his release.
Customs officials at Johannesburg's Oliver Tambo Airport noticed a pallet containing plastic-wrapped boxes.
104) is absurd, just as it is to suggest that Oliver Tambo was 'the perfect frontman, since he was not a communist, his manner was disarmingly mild and he could generally be relied upon to deliver whatever speech was put in front of him by his aides' (p.
Mandela worked for two different law firms as a lawyer before opening his own practice with fellow African National Congress leader Oliver Tambo in 1953, Mandela and Tambo.
Slovo lead the struggle against apartheid along with Oliver Tambo and Chris Hani, was the main strategist of the armed struggle, and was a key player in negotiations with the apartheid regime that led to the country's first democratic government in 1994.
He was imprisoned by the South African apartheid regime alongside Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo and their fellow treason trialists.
The most recent scheme is Modderfontein New City, which is to be developed by China's Shanghai Zendai Property at a cost of R84bn ($8bn) on a 1,600 hectare site near the prosperous northern suburbs of Johannesburg, informal settlements and Oliver Tambo International Airport.