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SAFRICA-ELECTION/COALITION
RTX2LJDQ
August 17, 2016
Leader of South Africa's Democratic Alliance (DA) Mmusi Maimane looks on next to Congress of the People...
Benoni, South Africa
Leader of South Africa's Democratic Alliance (DA) Mmusi Maimane looks on next to Congress of the People...
Leader of South Africa's Democratic Alliance (DA) Mmusi Maimane looks on next to Congress of the People (COPE) leader Mosiuoa Lekota, ahead of a media briefing in Sandton, South Africa August 17,2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SAFRICA-ELECTION/COALITION
RTX2LJDJ
August 17, 2016
Leader of South Africa's Democratic Alliance (DA) Mmusi Maimane looks on as Congress of the People (COPE)...
Benoni, South Africa
Leader of South Africa's Democratic Alliance (DA) Mmusi Maimane looks on as Congress of the People (COPE)...
Leader of South Africa's Democratic Alliance (DA) Mmusi Maimane looks on as Congress of the People (COPE) leader Mosiuoa Lekota speaks during a media briefing in Sandton, South Africa August 17, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SAFRICA-ZUMA
RTSD0SS
March 31, 2016
Mosiuoa Lekota (C) of the opposition party, Congress of the People (COPE) celebrates with Kevin Malunga...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Lekota of the opposition party, COPE celebrates with deputy public protector after South Africa's constitutional...
Mosiuoa Lekota (C) of the opposition party, Congress of the People (COPE) celebrates with Kevin Malunga deputy public protector after South Africa's constitutional court ordered President Jacob Zuma to pay back some of the $16 million of state money spent upgrading his private home in Johannesburg, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Felix Dlangamandla/Pool
SAFRICA-ELECTION/
RTXEDHL
April 25, 2009
African National Congress (ANC) leader Jacob Zuma (L) is congratulated by Congress of the People (COPE)...
multiple cities, South Africa
ANC leader Zuma is congratulated by COPE leader Lekota after the the official results of South Africa's...
African National Congress (ANC) leader Jacob Zuma (L) is congratulated by Congress of the People (COPE) leader Mosiuoa Lekota after the the official results of South Africa's election were announced in Pretoria April 25, 2009. South Africa's ruling ANC won a huge victory in the country's election but fell short of the two-thirds of votes needed to ensure a parliamentary majority big enough to make sweeping constitutional changes unchallenged. Official results of the election, which will see Zuma becoming South Africa's president on May 9, showed on Saturday that ANC won 65.9 percent of the vote. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SAFRICA/
RTXD8C9
March 26, 2009
Supporters of the Congress of the People (COPE) party of former Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota cheer...
Cape Town, South Africa
Supporters of the Congress of the People (COPE) party of former Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota cheer...
Supporters of the Congress of the People (COPE) party of former Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota cheer at an election rally in Cape Town's Langa township March 26, 2009. South Africa goes to the polls on April 22, in an election expected to be the most closely contested since apartheid ended in 1994. COPE was formed by disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) of Jacob Zuma following last year's dismissal of former President Thabo Mbeki. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SAFRICA/
RTXD8C4
March 26, 2009
Supporters of the Congress of the People (COPE) party of former Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota cheer...
Cape Town, South Africa
Supporters of the Congress of the People party of former Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota cheer at election...
Supporters of the Congress of the People (COPE) party of former Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota cheer at an election rally in Cape Town's Langa township March 26, 2009. South Africa goes to the polls on April 22, in an election expected to be the most closely contested since apartheid ended in 1994. COPE was formed by disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) of Jacob Zuma following last year's dismissal of former President Thabo Mbeki. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SAFRICA/
RTXD7WW
March 26, 2009
An election worker attaches posters of the Congress of the People (COPE) party of former Defence Minister...
Cape Town, South Africa
An election worker attaches posters of the Congress of the People party of former Defence Minister Mosiuoa...
An election worker attaches posters of the Congress of the People (COPE) party of former Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota to street poles in Cape Town March 26, 2009. South Africa goes to the polls on April 22, in an election expected to be the most closely contested since apartheid ended in 1994. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SAFRICA-ELECTION/
RTXCMPZ
March 11, 2009
Congress of the People party President Mosiuoa Lekota (R) smiles after signing a pledge to adhere to...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Congress of the People party President Lekota smiles after signing pledge to adhere to Electoral Code...
Congress of the People party President Mosiuoa Lekota (R) smiles after signing a pledge to adhere to the Electoral Code of Conduct for the upcoming Aprill 22 elections during the signing and ballot paper draw in Midrand March 11, 2009. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SAFRICA POLITICS
RTR22MQC
December 16, 2008
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota is seen on a video screen after being elected leader...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota is seen on a video screen after being elected leader...
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota is seen on a video screen after being elected leader of the country's new Congress of the People (COPE) party at its conference in Bloemfontein December 16, 2008. COPE, founded two months ago by ANC defectors close to former South African President Thabo Mbeki, represents the biggest challenge to the ruling African National Congress (ANC) since it took power at the end of apartheid in 1994. REUTERS/Rian Horn (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA POLITICS
RTR22MQ9
December 16, 2008
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota (C) dances on stage after being elected leader of...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota dances on stage after being elected leader of the...
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota (C) dances on stage after being elected leader of the country's new Congress of the People (COPE) party at its conference in Bloemfontein, December 16, 2008. COPE, founded two months ago by ANC defectors close to former South African President Thabo Mbeki, represents the biggest challenge to the ruling African National Congress (ANC) since it took power at the end of apartheid in 1994. REUTERS/Rian Horn (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA POLITICS
RTR22MQ1
December 16, 2008
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota waves to supporters after being elected leader of...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota waves to supporters after being elected leader of...
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota waves to supporters after being elected leader of the country's new Congress of the People (COPE) party at its conference in Bloemfontein December 16, 2008. COPE, founded two months ago by ANC defectors close to former South African President Thabo Mbeki, represents the biggest challenge to the ruling African National Congress (ANC) since it took power at the end of apartheid in 1994. REUTERS/Rian Horn (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/LEKOTA
RTXA5BH
November 01, 2008
Former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota delivers a speech during a meeting of a group of ruling party...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota delivers a speech during a meeting of a group of ruling party...
Former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota delivers a speech during a meeting of a group of ruling party defectors who are meeting over forming a new party ahead of elections due next year, in Johannesburg November 1, 2008. The ANC, which has governed the country with an overwhelming majority since the end of apartheid, faces its biggest crisis since 1994 as it struggles to keep party unity and ward off further defections. Divisions in the ANC intensified after the ANC sacked Thabo Mbeki as president last month, a move that was initiated and supported by its labour and communist allies but led to resignations of Mbeki supporters. REUTERS/Antony Kaminju (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/LEKOTA
RTXA3XY
October 31, 2008
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota looks on during an interview with Reuters at his...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota looks on during an interview with Reuters at his...
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota looks on during an interview with Reuters at his residence in Midrand, October 31, 2008. South Africa will stand a better chance of ending poverty if it maintains free-market
policies rather than spending freely on welfare grants, said
Lekota, leader of ANC defectors whom want to form a new
party. Lekota, who resigned from the
African National Congress on Friday, leads a group of defectors
who will meet over the weekend to moot forming a new organisation
to oppose the ruling party in next year's elections. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/LEKOTA
RTXA3XW
October 31, 2008
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota gestures during an interview with Reuters at his...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota gestures during an interview with Reuters at his...
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota gestures during an interview with Reuters at his residence in Midrand, October 31, 2008. South Africa will stand a better chance of ending poverty if it maintains free-market
policies rather than spending freely on welfare grants, said
Lekota, leader of ANC defectors whom want to form a new
party. Lekota, who resigned from the
African National Congress on Friday, leads a group of defectors
who will meet over the weekend to moot forming a new organisation
to oppose the ruling party in next year's elections. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/LEKOTA
RTXA3XS
October 31, 2008
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota looks on during an interview with Reuters at his...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota looks on during an interview with Reuters at his...
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota looks on during an interview with Reuters at his residence in Midrand, October 31, 2008. South Africa will stand a better chance of ending poverty if it maintains free-market
policies rather than spending freely on welfare grants, said
Lekota, leader of ANC defectors whom want to form a new
party. Lekota, who resigned from the
African National Congress on Friday, leads a group of defectors
who will meet over the weekend to moot forming a new organisation
to oppose the ruling party in next year's elections. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/LEKOTA
RTXA3XN
October 31, 2008
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota looks on during an interview with Reuters at his...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota looks on during an interview with Reuters at his...
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota looks on during an interview with Reuters at his residence in Midrand, October 31, 2008. South Africa will stand a better chance of ending poverty if it maintains free-market
policies rather than spending freely on welfare grants, said
Lekota, leader of ANC defectors whom want to form a new
party. Lekota, who resigned from the
African National Congress on Friday, leads a group of defectors
who will meet over the weekend to moot forming a new organisation
to oppose the ruling party in next year's elections. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/LEKOTA
RTXA3XE
October 31, 2008
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota reads the newspapers after an interview with Reuters...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota reads the newspapers after an interview with Reuters...
Former South African defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota reads the newspapers after an interview with Reuters at his residence in Midrand, October 31,2008. South Africa will stand a better chance of ending poverty if it maintains free-market
policies rather than spending freely on welfare grants, said
Lekota, leader of ANC defectors whom want to form a new
party. Lekota, who resigned from the
African National Congress on Friday, leads a group of defectors
who will meet over the weekend to moot forming a new organisation
to oppose the ruling party in next year's elections. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTX9XQI
October 26, 2008
Supporters of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) shout slogans after police blocked their entrance...
Cape Town, South Africa
Supporters of ruling ANC shout slogans outside meeting of dissident former ANC members in Gugulethu township...
Supporters of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) shout slogans after police blocked their entrance to a meeting of dissident former ANC members in Gugulethu township near Cape Town October 26, 2008. South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota last week announced that a breakaway party would be launched, splitting the ANC and challenging its years of dominance. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA
RTX9XQC
October 26, 2008
Supporters of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) shout slogans after police blocked their entrance...
Cape Town, South Africa
Supporters of ruling African National Congress ANC shout slogans outside meeting in Gugulethu township...
Supporters of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) shout slogans after police blocked their entrance to a meeting of dissident former ANC members in Gugulethu township near Cape Town October 26, 2008. South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota last week announced that a breakaway party would be launched, splitting the ANC and challenging its years of dominance. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-
RTX9XPU
October 26, 2008
Supporters of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) shout slogans after police blocked their entrance...
Cape Town, South Africa
Supporters of ruling ANC shout slogans outside meeting of dissident former ANC members in Gugulethu township...
Supporters of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) shout slogans after police blocked their entrance to a meeting of dissident former ANC members in Gugulethu township near Cape Town October 26, 2008. South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota last week announced that a breakaway party would be launched, splitting the ANC and challenging its years of dominance. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/PARTY
RTX9XPS
October 26, 2008
Supporters of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) shout slogans after police blocked their entrance...
Cape Town, South Africa
Supporters of ruling ANC shout slogans outside meeting of dissident former ANC members in Gugulethu township...
Supporters of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) shout slogans after police blocked their entrance to a meeting of dissident former ANC members in Gugulethu township near Cape Town October 26, 2008. South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota last week announced that a breakaway party would be launched, splitting the ANC and challenging its years of dominance. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/PARTY
RTX9XPQ
October 26, 2008
Supporters of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) shout slogans after police blocked their entrance...
Cape Town, South Africa
Supporters of ruling ANC shout slogans outside meeting of dissident former ANC members in Gugulethu township...
Supporters of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) shout slogans after police blocked their entrance to a meeting of dissident former ANC members in Gugulethu township near Cape Town October 26, 2008. South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota last week announced that a breakaway party would be launched, splitting the ANC and challenging its years of dominance. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9U7O
October 23, 2008
Supporters of former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota listen as he delivers a speech in Orange farm October...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Supporters of former defence minister Lekota listen as he delivers a speech in Orange farm
Supporters of former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota listen as he delivers a speech in Orange farm October 23, 2008. Ripping up pictures of ANC leader Jacob Zuma and vowing to rescue South Africa from "warlords", backers of a new breakaway movement, led by Lekota and former Gauteng premier Mbhazim Shilowa, sought to drum up support in the richest province on Thursday. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9U7M
October 23, 2008
Supporters of South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota chant slogans at Orange Farm, October...
ORANGE FARM, South Africa
Supporters of South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota chant slogans at Orange Farm
Supporters of South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota chant slogans at Orange Farm, October 23, 2008. Ripping up pictures of ANC leader Jacob Zuma and vowing to rescue South Africa from "warlords", backers of a new breakaway movement, led by Lekota and former Gauteng premier Mbhazim Shilowa, sought to drum up support in the richest province on Thursday. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9U7K
October 23, 2008
A supporter of former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota puts up a poster before their rally at Orange farm...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Supporter of former defence minister Lekota puts up a poster before their rally
A supporter of former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota puts up a poster before their rally at Orange farm October 23, 2008. Ripping up pictures of ANC leader Jacob Zuma and vowing to rescue South Africa from "warlords", backers of a new breakaway movement, led by Lekota and former Gauteng premier Mbhazim Shilowa, sought to drum up support in the richest province on Thursday. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9U7I
October 23, 2008
A supporter of former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota puts up a poster before their rally at Orange farm...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Supporter of former defence minister Lekota puts up poster before their rally at Orange farm
A supporter of former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota puts up a poster before their rally at Orange farm October 23, 2008. Ripping up pictures of ANC leader Jacob Zuma and vowing to rescue South Africa from "warlords", backers of a new breakaway movement, led by Lekota and former Gauteng premier Mbhazim Shilowa, sought to drum up support in the richest province on Thursday. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9U6Z
October 23, 2008
Supporters of South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota tear up a picture of ANC leader Jacob...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Supporters of South Africa's former dm Lekota tear up a picture of ANC leader Zuma at Orange Farm
Supporters of South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota tear up a picture of ANC leader Jacob Zuma at Orange Farm, October 23, 2008. Vowing to rescue South Africa from "warlords", backers of a new breakaway movement, led by Lekota and former Gauteng premier Mbhazim Shilowa, sought to drum up support in the richest province on Thursday. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9U6M
October 23, 2008
Supporters of South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota chant slogans at Orange Farm, October...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Supporters of South Africa's former dm Lekota chant slogans at Orange Farm
Supporters of South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota chant slogans at Orange Farm, October 23, 2008. Ripping up pictures of ANC leader Jacob Zuma and vowing to rescue South Africa from "warlords", backers of a new breakaway movement, led by Lekota and former Gauteng premier Mbhazim Shilowa, sought to drum up support in the richest province on Thursday. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9U6J
October 23, 2008
A supporter of South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota (L) is confronted by supporters...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A supporter of South Africa's former dm Lekota is confronted by supporters of ANC leader Zuma at Orange...
A supporter of South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota (L) is confronted by supporters of ANC leader Jacob Zuma at Orange Farm, October 23, 2008. Ripping up pictures of Zuma and vowing to rescue South Africa from "warlords", backers of a new breakaway movement, led by Lekota and former Gauteng premier Mbhazim Shilowa, sought to drum up support in the richest province on Thursday. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9U68
October 23, 2008
A supporter of ANC leader Jacob Zuma (R) points her finger at a supporter of South Africa's former defence...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A supporter of ANC leader Zuma points her finger at a supporter of South Africa's former dm Lekota at...
A supporter of ANC leader Jacob Zuma (R) points her finger at a supporter of South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota at Orange Farm, October 23, 2008. Ripping up pictures of Zuma and vowing to rescue South Africa from "warlords", backers of a new breakaway movement, led by Lekota and former Gauteng premier Mbhazim Shilowa, sought to drum up support in the richest province on Thursday. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9U5T
October 23, 2008
South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota addresses his supporters at Orange farm, October...
Johannesburg, South Africa
South Africa's former dm Lekota addresses his supporters at Orange farm
South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota addresses his supporters at Orange farm, October 23, 2008. Ripping up pictures of ANC leader Jacob Zuma and vowing to rescue South Africa from "warlords", backers of a new breakaway movement sought to drum up support in the richest province on Thursday. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9PV6
October 19, 2008
Disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) wave their ANC membership cards as...
Cape Town, South Africa
Disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) wave their ANC membership cards as...
Disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) wave their ANC membership cards as they gather in Cape Town to resign from the party, October 19, 2008. South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota has announced a breakaway party will be launched, splitting the ruling ANC and challenging its years of dominance. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9PUR
October 19, 2008
Mbhazima Shilowa, the former premier of South Africa's richest province, Gauteng, addresses disgruntled...
Cape Town, South Africa
Mbhazima Shilowa, the former premier of South Africa's richest province, Gauteng, addresses disgruntled...
Mbhazima Shilowa, the former premier of South Africa's richest province, Gauteng, addresses disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress who gathered in Cape Town to resign from the party, October 19, 2008. South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota has announced a breakaway party will be launched, splitting the ruling ANC and challenging its years of dominance. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9PUO
October 19, 2008
Mbhazima Shilowa, the former premier of South Africa's richest province, Gauteng, addresses disgruntled...
Cape Town, South Africa
Mbhazima Shilowa, the former premier of South Africa's richest province, Gauteng, addresses disgruntled...
Mbhazima Shilowa, the former premier of South Africa's richest province, Gauteng, addresses disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress who gathered in Cape Town to resign from the party, October 19, 2008. South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota has announced a breakaway party will be launched, splitting the ruling ANC and challenging its years of dominance. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9PUG
October 19, 2008
Mbhazima Shilowa, the former premier of South Africa's richest province, Gauteng, addresses disgruntled...
Cape Town, South Africa
Mbhazima Shilowa, the former premier of South Africa's richest province, Gauteng, addresses disgruntled...
Mbhazima Shilowa, the former premier of South Africa's richest province, Gauteng, addresses disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress who gathered in Cape Town to resign from the party, October 19, 2008. South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota has announced a breakaway party will be launched, splitting the ruling ANC and challenging its years of dominance. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX9PUD
October 19, 2008
Disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) wave their ANC membership cards as...
Cape Town, South Africa
Disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) wave their ANC membership cards as...
Disgruntled members of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) wave their ANC membership cards as they gather in Cape Town to resign from the party, October 19, 2008. South Africa's former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota has announced a breakaway party will be launched, splitting the ruling ANC and challenging its years of dominance. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/
RTX9CIP
October 08, 2008
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma looks on during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters...
Johannesburg, South Africa
ANC President Zuma looks on during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma looks on during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg October 8, 2008. Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota threatened on Wednesday to split the ruling ANC following last month's ouster of former President Thabo Mbeki. Mbeki's overthrow by the ANC leadership, the climax of a long struggle with party boss Zuma, has caused the biggest political upheaval since the end of apartheid in 1994. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/
RTX9CIK
October 08, 2008
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma looks on during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters...
Johannesburg, South Africa
ANC President Zuma looks on during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma looks on during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg October 8, 2008. Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota threatened on Wednesday to split the ruling ANC following last month's ouster of former President Thabo Mbeki. Mbeki's overthrow by the ANC leadership, the climax of a long struggle with party boss Zuma, has caused the biggest political upheaval since the end of apartheid in 1994. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/
RTX9CIH
October 08, 2008
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma looks on during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters...
Johannesburg, South Africa
ANC President Zuma looks on during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma looks on during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg October 8, 2008. Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota threatened on Wednesday to split the ruling ANC following last month's ouster of former President Thabo Mbeki. Mbeki's overthrow by the ANC leadership, the climax of a long struggle with party boss Zuma, has caused the biggest political upheaval since the end of apartheid in 1994. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/
RTX9C7P
October 08, 2008
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma is seen through a television camera viewfinder during...
Johannesburg, South Africa
ANC President Jacob Zuma is seen during a press briefing at the party headquarters in Johannesburg
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma is seen through a television camera viewfinder during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg October 8, 2008. Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota threatened on Wednesday to split the ruling ANC following last month's ouster of former President Thabo Mbeki. Mbeki's overthrow by the ANC leadership, the climax of a long struggle with party boss Zuma, has caused the biggest political upheaval since the end of apartheid in 1994. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/
RTX9C7I
October 08, 2008
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma reacts during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters...
Johannesburg, South Africa
ANC President Jacob Zuma reacts during a press briefing at the party headquarters in Johannesburg
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma reacts during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg October 8, 2008. Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota threatened on Wednesday to split the ruling ANC following last month's ouster of former President Thabo Mbeki. Mbeki's overthrow by the ANC leadership, the climax of a long struggle with party boss Zuma, has caused the biggest political upheaval since the end of apartheid in 1994. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/
RTX9C7D
October 08, 2008
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma reacts during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters...
Johannesburg, South Africa
ANC President Jacob Zuma reacts during a press briefing at the party headquarters in Johannesburg
African National Congress (ANC) President Jacob Zuma reacts during a press briefing at the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg October 8, 2008. Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota threatened on Wednesday to split the ruling ANC following last month's ouster of former President Thabo Mbeki. Mbeki's overthrow by the ANC leadership, the climax of a long struggle with party boss Zuma, has caused the biggest political upheaval since the end of apartheid in 1994. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/
RTX9C5G
October 08, 2008
Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota attends a media conference in Sandton outside Johannesburg...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African Defence Minister Lekota attends a media conference outside Johannesburg
Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota attends a media conference in Sandton outside Johannesburg October 8, 2008. Lekota threatened on Wednesday to split the ruling ANC following last month's ouster of former President Thabo Mbeki. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/
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October 08, 2008
Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota gestures during a media conference in Sandton outside...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African Defence Minister Lekota gestures during a media conference outside Johannesburg
Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota gestures during a media conference in Sandton outside Johannesburg October 8, 2008. Lekota threatened on Wednesday to split the ruling ANC following last month's ouster of former President Thabo Mbeki. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC/
RTX9C5A
October 08, 2008
Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota speaks during a media conference in Sandton outside...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African Defence Minister Lekota speaks during a media conference outside Johannesburg
Former South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota speaks during a media conference in Sandton outside Johannesburg October 8, 2008. Lekota threatened on Wednesday to split the ruling ANC following last month's ouster of former President Thabo Mbeki. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTX8UAJ
September 23, 2008
Defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota arrives for the cabinet briefing at the Union building in Pretoria in...
Johannesburg, South Africa
File photo of defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota arriving for the cabinet briefing at the Union building...
Defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota arrives for the cabinet briefing at the Union building in Pretoria in this September 21, 2008 file photo. More than a third of South Africa's cabinet, including Lekota, stepped down on September 23, 2008 after President Thabo Mbeki resigned, deepening the biggest political crisis since the end of apartheid. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko/Files (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-LEKOTA/SPEEDING
RTR1VYMV
January 18, 2008
South Africa's Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota is seen in this December 16, 2007 file photo. Lekota was...
Johannesburg, South Africa
File photo of South Africa's Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota
South Africa's Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota is seen in this December 16, 2007 file photo. Lekota was convicted of reckless and negligent driving on January 18, 2008 after admitting he exceeded the speed limit, his spokesman said. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko/Files (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-ANC
RTX4UCM
December 18, 2007
National African National Congress (ANC) Chairman Mosiuoa Lekota (L) reacts as supporters of Deputy President...
POLOKWANE, South Africa
National ANC Chairman Lekota reacts as supporters of Deputy President Zuma gesture during the third day...
National African National Congress (ANC) Chairman Mosiuoa Lekota (L) reacts as supporters of Deputy President Jacob Zuma gesture during the third day of the ANC conference in Polokwane, December 18, 2007. South Africa's ruling ANC on Tuesday began voting in an acrimonious leadership election expected to put Zuma on track to become the country's president in 2009. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
CHILE
RTR1I80B
October 11, 2006
Chile's Defense Minister Vivianne Blanlot (R) and her South African counterpart Mosiuoa Lekota listen...
Santiago, Chile
Chile's Defense Minister Blanlot and her South African counterpart Lekota listen to their national anthems...
Chile's Defense Minister Vivianne Blanlot (R) and her South African counterpart Mosiuoa Lekota listen to their national anthems at the Ministry of Defense in Santiago October 11, 2006. Lekota is in Chile for a two-day visit. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE
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October 11, 2006
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet (L) smiles with South-Africa's Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota at...
Santiago, Chile
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet smiles with South-Africa's Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota at the...
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet (L) smiles with South-Africa's Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota at the Government Palace in Santiago October 11, 2006. Lekota is in Chile for a two-day visit. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE
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October 11, 2006
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet (L) shakes hands with South-Africa's Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota...
Santiago, Chile
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet shakes hands with South-Africa's Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota...
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet (L) shakes hands with South-Africa's Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota at the Government Palace in Santiago October 11, 2006. Lekota is in Chile for a two-day visit. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
SAFRICA
RTR1BN1B
February 24, 2006
South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota (L) walks as he is jeered by residents of Khutsong township,...
KHUTSONG, South Africa
South African Defence Minister Lekota walks as he is jeered by residents of Khutsong township west of...
South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota (L) walks as he is jeered by residents of Khutsong township, west of Johannesburg, February 24, 2006. Violence erupted in the township during protests by residents angry over the area's incorporation into the North West Province ahead of local government elections on March 1. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SAFRICA
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February 24, 2006
South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota (L) walks as he is jeered by residents of Khutsong township,...
KHUTSONG, South Africa
South African Defence Minister Lekota walks as he is jeered by residents of Khutsong township west of...
South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota (L) walks as he is jeered by residents of Khutsong township, west of Johannesburg, February 24, 2006. Violence erupted in the township during protests by residents angry over the area's incorporation into the North West Province ahead of local government elections on March 1. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
ZIMBABWE AFRICA
RTRJO9M
August 05, 2005
South African Defence Minister Lekota and Zimbabwe's Foreign Minister Mumbengengwi applaud during ceremony...
Harare, Zimbabwe
South African Defence Minister Lekota and Zimbabwe's Foreign Minister Mumbengengwi applaud during ......
South African Defence Minister Lekota and Zimbabwe's Foreign Minister Mumbengengwi applaud during ceremony in Harare. South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota (L) and Zimbabwe's Foreign Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi (R) applaud during a ceremony at King George VI barracks in Harare, Zimbabwe August 5, 2005. Lekota was in the country for the handover of a regional peacekeeping institution from Zimbabwe to the Southern African Development Community (SADC). REUTERS/Howard Burditt
ZIMBABWE AFRICA
RTRJO8I
August 05, 2005
Zimbabwe Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi (R) greets his South African counterpart Mosiuoa Lekota at...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Defence Minister Sekeramayi greets his South African counterpart in Harare.
Zimbabwe Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi (R) greets his South African counterpart Mosiuoa Lekota at King George VI barracks in Harare, Zimbabwe August 5, 2005. Lekota was in the country for the handover of a regional peacekeeping institution from Zimbabwe to the Southern African Development Community (SADC). REUTERS/Howard Burditt HB/TC
SOUTH AFRICA
RTRJLX1
April 07, 2005
South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota speaks during an interview in Cape Town April 7, 2005....
Cape Town, United Kingdom
South African Defence Minister Lekota speaks during interview in Cape Town.
South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota speaks during an interview in Cape Town April 7, 2005. Southern Africa hopes to create a joint peacekeeping brigade by August as the first part of a mooted continental standby force, Lekota said on Thursday. Picture taken April 7, 2005. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/VP/mk
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR7FQT
April 07, 2005
South African Defence Misister Mosiuoa Lekota smiles during an interview in Cape Town April 7, 2005....
Cape Town, United Kingdom
South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota smiles during an interview in Cape Town.
South African Defence Misister Mosiuoa Lekota smiles during an interview in Cape Town April 7, 2005. Southern Africa hopes to create a joint peacekeeping brigade by August as the first part of a mooted continental standby force, Lekota said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/VP
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR7FQK
April 07, 2005
South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota speaks during an interview in Cape Town April 7, 2005....
Cape Town, United Kingdom
South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota speaks during an interview in Cape Town.
South African Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota speaks during an interview in Cape Town April 7, 2005. Southern Africa hopes to create a joint peacekeeping brigade by August as the first part of a mooted continental standby force, Lekota said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/VP
SOUTH AFRICA ELECTIONS
RTRHDWZ
April 14, 2004
South Africa's defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota (R) argues with Thami Duma, a supporter of the Incatha...
SOUTH AFRICA'S DEFENCE MINISTER LEKOTA ARGUES AT A POLLING STATION IN KWAZULU NATAL.
South Africa's defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota (R) argues with Thami Duma, a supporter of the Incatha Freedom Party, about his right to enter or not at a polling station in KwaZulu Natal Nkonjeni village polling stations in KwaZulu Natal province of South Africa, 300 km (186.41136 miles) north of Durban April 14, 2004 as voters cast ballots in the country's third democratic elections. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/AA
SAFRICA BRITAIN
RTRCZS2
October 29, 2002
British Defence Minister Geoff Hoon and his South African counterpart,
Mosiuoa Lekota, address a press...
Cape Town, South Africa
BRITISH DEFENCE MINISTER GEOFF HOON AND MOSIUOA LEKOTA SHAKE HANDS IN
CAPE TOWN.
British Defence Minister Geoff Hoon and his South African counterpart,
Mosiuoa Lekota, address a press conference in Cape Town after signing a
military co-operation agreement between the two countries October 29,
2002. Hoon is in the country on a short official visit. REUTERS/Mike
Hutchings

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