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Mbeki salutes Zambia

Economy Mbeki salutes Zambia

Former South African President, Thabo Mbeki has saluted Zambia for being a pivotal pillar of his country’s liberation struggle.

Mr Mbeki said his country will always treasure the support Zambia rendered in the liberation of South Africa from apartheid.

The former South African leader stated this when he paid a courtesy call on President Hakainde Hichilema at State House in Lusaka today.

Mr Mbeki, who held private talks with President Hichilema, said he was thrilled at the warm reception he has received in Zambia.

“We are very happy to be back here at State House which stood as a pillar of support in our liberation” wrote Mr Mbeki in the Visitor’s Book at State House.

Mr Mbeki said Zambia will continue to remain his second home due to the attachment he has and the unmatched hospitality and warmth.

“This is of course home from home for us, and we are very happy to be received with such warmth by President Hichilema” wrote Mr Mbeki.

Mr Mbeki was accompanied to State House by the South African High Commissioner to Zambia and other officials.

The former South African leader is in the country along with former Mozambican President Joaquim Chissano at the invitation of the Kenneth Kaunda Foundation.

14 COMMENTS

  1. Mr. Mbeki Your liberation struggle has just led to massive looting and poverty in South Africa
    The country is now on its knees and about to collapse further due to stage 6 load shedding
    If we honest and with hind sight we should not have helped you

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    • The reason for the hind sight regret should be more to do with the ingratitude of the ordinary South Africans, how they kill foreigners in South Africa using barbaric killing methods like burning a person alive. Black South Africans still think they are not in Africa, that they are better than the other black Africans from outside South Africa. They still think that their football league is ‘the best in Africa’ (no evidence supports that in reality), the list goes on and on…

  2. Sad that we now have a government in power which respects the c0l0nizers and imperialist more than our patriots.

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    • Thieves & murderers/gassers like you Kaizar Zulu should simply stfu… we know what you did so don’t think you are an innocent one in that defeated gang of thieves called the PF

  3. TIKKI??
    Africa is better off in the hands of its own leaders.
    Showing a blind eye on what was happening before independence won’t lead you to any good future.

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  4. Educate Julius Malema and all those misguided red bellets about the role Zambia played in the liberation of South Africa.

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    • I don’t think you follow African affairs. Becoz if you did, u would know that malema is pan africanist. Go and read before commenting

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    • Julius actually on this one is on firm ground. He advocates oneness and closure of artificial boundaries. He doesn’t support xenophobia

  5. You have a lot of barbaric people in your country who derive joy in killing foreigners. And yet we helped them big time .

  6. Kaizar, for once I have found something you and I fully agree on, Malema is a true Pan Africanist. Further, South Africans owe it to their people first, not Zimbabweans, Malawians or Nigerians. We flashed out Senegalese from here

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  7. MALEMA IS GOING NOWHERE
    HE IS AN OPPURTUNIST TAKING ADVANTAGE LIKE FRED HERE OF THE WEAK AND VUNERABLE
    US AFRICANS HAVE DESTROYED AFRICA WHEN SHOULD HAVE LED THE WORLD
    SOME OF YOU ARE JUST DREAMERS FANTASING WHAT COULD BE !

  8. AFRICAN HISTORY IS WRITTEN BY US AFRICANS
    AND OUR DEAR CHILDREN HAVE TO READ MOSTLY CR*AP WITH VERY FEW FACTS THROWN IN

  9. Kaizar finally has contributed something that we all can learn from and agree. This is the purpose this forum Kaizar to contribute things that make sense not always pointing fingers!

  10. I always speak or blog the truth but upnd supporters don’t or can’t accept the truths that reveal their demigods,hh, failures. You are tribally and politically biased. I expect you to not agree with this comment. Let us see..

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