Who became President of South Africa in 2009?

Who became President of South Africa in 2009?

Presidents of South Africa (1994–present)

No. Name (Birth–Death) Elected
3 Kgalema Motlanthe (born 1949) 2008
4 Jacob Zuma (born 1942) 2009 2014
5 Cyril Ramaphosa (born 1952) 2018 2019

Who was President after Nelson Mandela?

Mandela left office on 14 June 1999. He was succeeded by Mbeki, who was inaugurated to the presidency on 16 June.

When was Jacob Zuma elected President?

Zuma led the ANC to victory in the 2009 general election and was elected President of South Africa.

When was Nelson Mandela President?

May 10, 1994 – June 16, 1999
Nelson Mandela/Presidential terms

Who was the first president in South Africa?

List of state presidents of South Africa

No. Name (Birth–Death) Term of office
Took office
1 Charles Robberts Swart (1894–1982) 31 May 1961
Theophilus Ebenhaezer Dönges (1898–1968) Elected but did not take office because of illness
Jozua François Naudé (1889–1969) Acting 1 June 1967

Who is the first president in South Africa?

Is Tokyo Sexwale married?

Judy van Vuurenm. 1993–2014
Tokyo Sexwale/Spouse

Who is the owner of Uzalo?

Uzalo is a South African soap opera produced by Stained Glass Productions, which is co-owned by Kobedi “Pepsi” Pokane and Gugu Zuma-Ncube.

Who was the first president in the world?

George Washington

George Washington
Born February 22, 1732 Popes Creek, Virginia, British America
Died December 14, 1799 (aged 67) Mount Vernon, Virginia, U.S.
Cause of death Epiglottitis
Resting place Mount Vernon, Virginia, U.S. 38°42′28.4″N 77°05′09.9″W

Who was sworn in as president of South Africa?

Jacob Zuma is sworn in as president of South Africa in Pretoria. Photograph: Kim Ludbrook/EPA. Jacob Zuma was sworn in as president of South Africa today, becoming leader of the continent’s economic powerhouse after overcoming corruption, sex scandals and a power struggle within his own party.

Who is the only female president of Africa?

Sahle-Work Zewde, President of Ethiopia (October 2018 – Present) Sahle-Work Zewde is the first elected female President of Ethiopia and currently the only female out of the 54 Presidents in Africa. She took office on October 25, 2018 after being unanimously elected by members of the National Parliamentary Assembly.

Who are the longest serving presidents in Africa?

In the lists of the world’s 20 longest serving leaders who are still in power, Africa boasts 10. One thing’s definitely for sure: Power is addictive. Whether we love them or not, this addiction can never be a good thing. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. UN Photo/Devra Berkowitz

Who is the Deputy President of South Africa?

Jacob Zuma (from 9 May). Deputy President: Baleka Mbete (until 9 May), Kgalema Motlanthe (starting 9 May). Chief Justice: Pius Langa then Sandile Ngcobo. The Cabinet, together with the President and the Deputy President, forms part of the Executive.

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