Several media reports claim that FW De Klerk has seen his health ‘deteriorate quickly’ over the past few days, and his foundation has published a statement.
News of FW de Klerk’s cancer diagnosis comes just months after the former president’s son, Willem, lost his battle to the same disease
Willem de Klerk has passed away on Wednesday, his family’s foundation confirmed earlier. His father, FW de Klerk, has paid tribute to his ‘courageous’ son.
The former head of state has pulled out to avoid embarrassing himself or his hosts in the current charged racial climate, according to a statement issued by the FW de Klerk Foundation.
The American Bar Association invited FW De Klerk to speak on matters such as minority rights, social change and racism.
A statement issued by the De Klerk Foundation states that its CEO decided to resign prior to the SONA controversy.
Cyril Ramaphosa has taken a strong stance in the argument over FW de Klerk and his apartheid comments during his SONA Reply on Thursday.
A remorseful FW de Klerk has retracted comments made about the apartheid regime, following an intense backlash that spilled over at SONA.
The EFF aren’t messing about, and they have ramped up their campaign to have FW de Klerk prosecuted for alleged ‘state-sponsored murders’.
After the EFF’s announcement that it will be opening a forensic inquest into the murders committed during apartheid under the regime of FW de Klerk, the ANC also weighed in on the matter.
EFF leader Julius Malema said former president De Klerk’s hands, were dripping “with blood.”
Julius Malema’s cold put-down of both FW de Klerk and Cyril Ramaphosa is enough to give them both frostbite. The EFF leader is still mad about SONA 2020.
The House of Parliament had barely taken their seats before the points of order came flying.
Both the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and South African white supremacists cannot stand being in the same room as former president FW de Klerk.
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The conflict between Inkatha and the ANC was just one crisis: another was developing with far right white extremists, who were threatening to resort to violence.
The 83-year-old apartheid-era President addressed the Cape Town Press Club on Wednesday afternoon.
F.W. De Klerk makes it home in one piece.
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