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SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTXBY4R 
February 22, 2009 
Former ANC spokesperson Smuts Ngonyama (L) chats with Congress of the People (COPE) Deputy President... 
Soweto, South Africa 
Former ANC spokesperson Smuts Ngonyama chats with COPE Deputy President Mbhazima Shilowa before the start... 
Former ANC spokesperson Smuts Ngonyama (L) chats with Congress of the People (COPE) Deputy President Mbhazima Shilowa before the start of an election rally in Soweto February 21, 2009. Formed by dissidents from the ruling African National Congress (ANC) in December, the new COPE party is seen by some as the first challenge to the ruling ANC. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTXBY4P 
February 22, 2009 
Former ANC spokesperson Smuts Ngonyama (L) chats with Congress of the People (COPE) Deputy President... 
Soweto, South Africa 
Former ANC spokesperson Smuts Ngonyama chats with COPE Deputy President Mbhazima Shilowa before the start... 
Former ANC spokesperson Smuts Ngonyama (L) chats with Congress of the People (COPE) Deputy President Mbhazima Shilowa before the start of their election rally in Soweto February 21, 2009. Formed by dissidents from the ruling African National Congress (ANC) in December, the new COPE party is seen by some as the first challenge to the ruling ANC. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTXBY2S 
February 22, 2009 
Congress of the People (COPE) Deputy President Mbhazima Shilowa throws a t-shirt to his supporters before... 
Soweto, South Africa 
Congress of the People Deputy President Mbhazima Shilowa throws a t-shirt to his supporters before the... 
Congress of the People (COPE) Deputy President Mbhazima Shilowa throws a t-shirt to his supporters before the start of their election rally in Soweto February 21, 2009. Formed by dissidents from the ruling African National Congress (ANC) in December, the new COPE party is seen by some as the first challenge to the ruling ANC.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA/
RTXBVZ7 
February 21, 2009 
Deputy President of Congress of the People (COPE) party Mbhazima Shilowa waves as he arrives for an election... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Deputy President of Congress of the People party Mbhazima Shilowa arrives for an election rally in Soweto... 
Deputy President of Congress of the People (COPE) party Mbhazima Shilowa waves as he arrives for an election rally in Soweto February 21, 2009. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA/
RTXBVZ5 
February 21, 2009 
Deputy President of Congress of the People (COPE) party Mbhazima Shilowa (C) arrives for an election... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Deputy President of Congress of the People party Mbhazima Shilowa arrives for an election rally in Soweto... 
Deputy President of Congress of the People (COPE) party Mbhazima Shilowa (C) arrives for an election rally in Soweto February 21, 2009. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTXA60I 
November 02, 2008 
Mbhazima Shilowa, an ally of former South African President Thabo Mbeki and former provincial premier,... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Mbhazima Shilowa, an ally of former South African President Thabo Mbeki and former provincial premier,... 
Mbhazima Shilowa, an ally of former South African President Thabo Mbeki and former provincial premier, speaks during a media briefing in Sandton November 2, 2008. A breakaway faction of South Africa's ruling ANC decided on Saturday to form a new party to contest elections next year, a move that could dramatically reshape the country's post-apartheid political landscape. The new party will be launched in South Africa's Free State province on Dec. 16, Shilowa told several thousand delegates at a convention in Johannesburg. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTXA60G 
November 02, 2008 
Mbhazima Shilowa, an ally of former South African President Thabo Mbeki and former provincial premier,... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Mbhazima Shilowa, an ally of former South African President Thabo Mbeki and former provincial premier,... 
Mbhazima Shilowa, an ally of former South African President Thabo Mbeki and former provincial premier, speaks during a media briefing in Sandton November 2,2008. A breakaway faction of South Africa's ruling ANC decided on Saturday to form a new party to contest elections next year, a move that could dramatically reshape the country's post-apartheid political landscape. The new party will be launched in South Africa's Free State province on Dec. 16, Shilowa told several thousand delegates at a convention in Johannesburg. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA-POLITICS/LEKOTA
RTXA4QD 
November 01, 2008 
Supporters of Mosioua Lekota, a former defence minister who said on Friday he resigned from the African... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Supporters of Lekota hold his picture and that of former premier of Gauteng Shilowa in Johannesburg 
Supporters of Mosioua Lekota, a former defence minister who said on Friday he resigned from the African National Congress, hold his picture (R) and that of former premier of Gauteng Mbhazima Shilowa during a meeting of a group of ruling party defectors who are considering 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/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA-POLITICS/LEKOTA
RTXA4PT 
November 01, 2008 
Supporters of Mosioua Lekota, a former defence minister who said on Friday he resigned from the African... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Supporters of Lekota hold his picture and that of former premier of Gauteng Shilowa in Johannesburg 
Supporters of Mosioua Lekota, a former defence minister who said on Friday he resigned from the African National Congress, hold his picture (R) and that of former premier of Gauteng Mbhazima Shilowa during a meeting of a group of ruling party defectors who are considering 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/Siphiwe Sibeko (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/
RTX9KK7 
October 15, 2008 
Former Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa reacts during a new briefing in Johannesburg October 15, 2008.... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Former Gauteng Premier Shilowa reacts during a new briefing in Johannesburg 
Former Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa reacts during a new briefing in Johannesburg October 15, 2008. Shilowa, the former premier of South Africa's richest province, resigned from the ruling African National Congress on Tuesday and said he would join a dissident group threatening to form a breakaway party. REUTERS/Paballo Thekiso (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SOUTH-AFRICA/
RTX430Q 
November 26, 2007 
FIFA President Sepp Blatter (R) tours exhibition stands at the Sandton Convention centre in Johannesburg... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
FIFA President Blatter tours exhibition stands at the Sandton Convention centre in Johannesburg 
FIFA President Sepp Blatter (R) tours exhibition stands at the Sandton Convention centre in Johannesburg November 26, 2007. Blatter officially opened the Soccerex convention that ends on Wednesday and brings together business players and partners of football to promote their services to the global football industry. With him is Mbhazima Shilowa, the Premier of South Africa's most urbanised and highly industrialised province - Gauteng. REUTERS/Antony Kaminju (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA MANDELA
RTR3V8O 
September 29, 2003 
Former South African President Nelson Mandela and Gauteng Premier
Mbhazima Shilowa (L) arrives at the... 
Johannesburg, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
FORMER SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT NELSON MANDELA ARRIVE LAUNCH OF FREEDOM
PARK SCHOOL. 
Former South African President Nelson Mandela and Gauteng Premier
Mbhazima Shilowa (L) arrives at the Freedom Park Primary School
southern Johannesburg September 29, 2003. Mandela visited Freedom
Primary to open the new school which was built by U.S. satellite
company WorldSpace. REUTERS Juda Ngwenya 
SAFRICA SUMMIT
RTRYDXG 
September 01, 2002 
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (2nd R), his wife Nane (R),
South African President Thabo... 
Sterkfontein, South Africa 
KOFI ANNAN AND PRESIDENT THABO MBEKI VISIT STERKFONTEIN CAVES WITH
THEIR WIVES. 
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (2nd R), his wife Nane (R),
South African President Thabo Mbeki (2nd L), and his wife Zanele look
at some fossils on a visit to the Sterkfontein Caves, some 40
kilometers north of Johanneburg 1 Spetember, 2002. Gauteng province
Premier Mbhazima Shilowa hosted Thabo Mbeki as well as Kofi Annan here,
at the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, a site at which some of
the most significant fossils, including remains of "Littlefoot", an
almost complete hominid skeleton believed to be some 3.3 million years
old, have been found of our earliest human ancestors. (man L is
unidentified).REUTERS/YOAV LEMMER POOL REUTERS

JN/FMS 
SAFRICA SUMMIT
RTR9OVV 
September 01, 2002 
South African President Thabo Mbeki gestures as he visits 01 September
01,2002 the Sterkfontein Caves,... 
Sterkfontein, South Africa 
MBEKI VISITS STERKFONTEIN CAVES. 
South African President Thabo Mbeki gestures as he visits 01 September
01,2002 the Sterkfontein Caves, some 40 kilometers north of
Johannesburg 1 September, 2002. Gauteng province Premier Mbhazima
Shilowa hosted Thabo Mbeki as well as Kofi Annan here, at the Cradle of
Humankind World Heritage Site, a site at which some of the most
significant fossils, including remains of "Littlefoot", an almost
complete hominid skeleton believed to be some 3.3 million years old,
have been found of our earliest human ancestors. REUTERS/YOAV LEMMER
POOL REUTERS

JN/FMS 
SAFRICA SUMMIT
RTR9OVN 
September 01, 2002 
(From 2nd L) South African Deputy President Jacob Zuma, United Nations
Secretary General Kofi Annan... 
Sterkfontein, South Africa 
SUMMIT LEADERS VISIT STERKFONTEIN CAVES. 
(From 2nd L) South African Deputy President Jacob Zuma, United Nations
Secretary General Kofi Annan and his wife Nane, British conservationist
Jane Goodall, South African President Thabo Mbeki and his wife Zanele,
look at fossils on a visit 1 September 2002, to the Sterkfontein Caves,
some 40 kilometers north of Johannesburg. Gauteng province Premier
Mbhazima Shilowa hosted Thabo Mbeki as well as Kofi Annan here, at the
Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, a site at which some of the
most significant fossils, including remains of "Littlefoot", an almost
complete hominid skeleton believed to be some 3.3 million years old,
have been found of our earliest human ancestors. REUTERS/YOAV LEMMER
POOL REUTERS

JN/FMS 
SAFRICA SUMMIT
RTR9OVG 
September 01, 2002 
A picture taken September 1, 2002 shows "Littlefoot", an almost
complete hominid skeleton belevied to... 
Sterkfontein, South Africa 
LITTLEFOOT SHOW AT THE STERKFONTEN CAVES. 
A picture taken September 1, 2002 shows "Littlefoot", an almost
complete hominid skeleton belevied to be some 3.3 million years old, in
a rock at the Sterkfontein Caves, some 40 kilometers north of
Johanneburg. Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa hosted South African
President Thabo Mbeki as well as United Nations Secretary General Kofi
Annan here, at the Cradle of Humankind Wolrd Heritage Site, a site in
which some of the most significant fossil remains have been found of
our earliest human ancestors.REUTERS/Yoav Lemmer/POOL

JN/ 
FORUM
RTR103T 
January 31, 2002 
Mbhazima Shilowa, Premier of Gauteng, South Africa (L) and Albina Ruiz,
Asociacion Nacional de Desarrollo... 
New York, United States of America 
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM PARTICIPANTS IN ARTISTIC WORKSPACE. 
Mbhazima Shilowa, Premier of Gauteng, South Africa (L) and Albina Ruiz,
Asociacion Nacional de Desarrollo Sostenible, work on laptops computers at
elaborate workstations with water displays in the business center of the
Waldorf-Astoria in New York, January 31, 2002, as they participate in the
World Economic Forum. REUTERS/Pool/Daniel Dacker

RFS 
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXLHG7 
January 09, 2002 
A picture taken September 1, 2002 shows "Littlefoot", an almost complete hominid skeleton belevied to... 
Sterkfontein, South Africa 
A picture taken September 1, 2002 shows "Littlefoot", an almost complete hominid skeleton belevied t..... 
A picture taken September 1, 2002 shows "Littlefoot", an almost complete hominid skeleton belevied to be some 3.3 million years old, in a rock at the Sterkfontein Caves, some 40 kilometers north of Johanneburg. [Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa hosted South African President Thabo Mbeki as well as United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan here, at the Cradle of Humankind Wolrd Heritage Site, a site in which some of the most significant fossil remains have been found of our earliest human ancestors.] 
SAFRICA ELECTIONS
RTRBKU4 
December 03, 2000 
ANC ruling-party members, South Africa's Deputy President Jacob Zuma (C), Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS LEADERS ARRIVE AT RALLY IN SOWETO. 
ANC ruling-party members, South Africa's Deputy President Jacob Zuma (C), Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa (L) and Amos Masondo, arrive at the last campaign rally for local government elections at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto December 3, 2000. South African local elections will be held December 5.

JN/ 
SPORT CRICKET
RTRSB53 
February 13, 2000 
South African captain Hansie Cronje poses with primier of Gauteng province Mbhazima Shilowa after South... 
Johannesburg, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
SOUTH AFRICAN CAPTAIN HANSIE CRONJE POSES. 
South African captain Hansie Cronje poses with primier of Gauteng province Mbhazima Shilowa after South African cricket team beat England during their one-day cricket final match at the Wanderers cricket field in Johannesburg February 13. South Africa, who lost the toss and were asked to bat, totalled 149 in their 45 overs in the triangular series final against England at the Wanderers on Sunday.

JN/ME 
ROYALS
RTXJAZH 
November 09, 1999 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (3rd L) and Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, are welcomed by Nkosazane... 
Pretoria, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (3rd L) and Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, are welcomed by Nkos..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (3rd L) and Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, are welcomed by Nkosazane Zuma Minister of Foreign Affair (C) and Gauteng provincial Premier Mbhazima Shilowa (R) at Waterkloof airbase in Pretoria November 9. The Queen is on a five days visit to South Africa.
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SAFRICA QUEEN
RTRS7QF 
November 09, 1999 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (3rd L) and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, are welcomed by Nkosazane... 
Pretoria, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH ARRIVES IN SOUTH AFRICA FOR FIVE DAYS VISITS. 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (3rd L) and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, are welcomed by Nkosazane Zuma Minister of Foreign Affair (C) and Gauteng provincial Premier Mbhazima Shilowa (R) at Waterkloof airbase in Pretoria November 9. The Queen is on a five days visit to South Africa.

JN/JDP 
SAFRICA ELECTION ANC
RTRPM9S 
May 30, 1999 
South African President Nelson Mandela (R), Deputy President Thabo Mbeki (C) and Mbhazima Shilowa (L)... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
MANDELA, MBEKI AND SHILOWA WAVE DURING A RALLY AT THE FNB STADIUM IN JOHANNESBURG. 
South African President Nelson Mandela (R), Deputy President Thabo Mbeki (C) and Mbhazima Shilowa (L) wave as they arrive for a rally at the FNB stadium in Johannesburg May 30. The second South African democratic election is to be held on June 2.

PA/ 
SAFRICA ELECTIO RALLY
RTRPIDG 
May 26, 1999 
South African President Nelson Mandela and leader of the Congress Of South African Trade Unions Mbhazima... 
Eldorado Park, South Africa 
PRESIDENT NELSON MANDELA ADDRESSES ANC SUPPORTERS. 
South African President Nelson Mandela and leader of the Congress Of South African Trade Unions Mbhazima Shilowa addresses the African National Congress supporters at an election campaign stop ahead of his imminent retirement from politics May 26. South Africans go to the polls on June 2 to vote in an election expected to see president-in-waiting Thabo Mbeki replace Mandela.

JN/ 
SHILOWA
RTXIYH4 
May 03, 1999 
Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who is Secretary General of ruling ANC-aligned Congress of South African Trade... 
Alexandra, South Africa 
Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who is Secretary General of ruling ANC-aligned Congress of South African Trade..... 
Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who is Secretary General of ruling ANC-aligned Congress of South African Trade Union (COSATU) poses during a radio talk show May 3 during an election campaign in the township of Alexandra. Shilowa is likely to become the new premier of South Africa's financial capital Gauteng province after South Africa's June 2 general election. 
SAFRICA SHILOWA
RTRORO9 
May 03, 1999 
Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who is Secretary General of ruling ANC-aligned Congress of South African Trade... 
Alexandra, South Africa 
MBHAZIMA SAM SHILOWA LEADER COSATU PHOTOGRAPHED AT THE ALEXANDRA RADIO SHOW. 
Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who is Secretary General of ruling ANC-aligned Congress of South African Trade Union (COSATU) poses during a radio talk show May 3 during an election campaign in the township of Alexandra. Shilowa is likely to become the new premier of South Africa's financial capital Gauteng province after South Africa's June 2 general election.

JN/JDP 
SAFRICA SHILOWA
RTRORNG 
May 03, 1999 
Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who is Secretary General of ruling ANC-aligned Congress of South African Trade... 
Alexandra, South Africa 
MBHAZIMA SAM SHILOWA LEADER COSATU ADDRESSES THE STUDENTS AT THE ALEXANDRA HIGH SCHOOL. 
Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who is Secretary General of ruling ANC-aligned Congress of South African Trade Union (COSATU) addresses students at Alexandra High School May 3, during an election campaign. Shilowa is likely to become the new premier of South Africa's financial capital Gauteng province after South Africa's June 2 general election.

JN/JDP 
SAFRICA SHILOWA
RTR10IVL 
May 01, 1999 
SAFRICA-SHILOWA:VOSLOORUS,SOUTH AFRICA,1MAY99-ANC ally Mbhazima Sam Shilowa (R), who is Secretary General... 
Vosloorus, South Africa 
ANC ALLY LEADERS DANCE DURING THE MAY DAY CELEBRATION. 
SAFRICA-SHILOWA:VOSLOORUS,SOUTH AFRICA,1MAY99-ANC ally Mbhazima Sam Shilowa (R), who is Secretary General of the Congress of South African Trade Union (COSATU) dances accompanied by Deputy Defence Minister Ronnie Kasrils (L) to A crowd cheering at an African National Congress (ANC) May Day rally, May 1. Shilowa is likely to become the new premier of South Africa's financial capital Gauteng province after South Africa's June 2 general election. jn/Photo by Juda Ngwenya.

JN/CLH/ 
SAFRICA ELECTION
RTROPLC 
May 01, 1999 
Children wave flags during African National Congress rally in Vosloorus township South of Johannesburg... 
Vosloorus, South Africa 
CHILDREN WAVE ANC FLAGS. 
Children wave flags during African National Congress rally in Vosloorus township South of Johannesburg May 1. The rally was attended by various ANC officials including Mbhazima Sam Shilowa who is expected to become the new premier of South Africa's financial capital Gauteng province following June 2 election.

PA/WS 
SAFRICA MAY-DAY
RTROPDV 
May 01, 1999 
ANC supporters look on at a May Day rally addressed by communist union leader Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who... 
Vosloorus, South Africa 
ANC SUPPORTERS ATTEND MAY DAY RALLY. 
ANC supporters look on at a May Day rally addressed by communist union leader Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who is Secretary General of the Congress of South African Trade Unions, an ally of President Nelson Mandela's African National Congress (ANC), May 1. Shilowa is expected to become the new premier of South Africa's financial capital Gauteng province after South Africa's June 2 general election, which the ANC is expected to win.

JN/WS 
SAFRICA
RTROPDG 
May 01, 1999 
ANC ally Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who is Secretary General of the Congress of South African Trade Union... 
Vosloorus, South Africa 
MBHAZIMA SAM SHILOWA LEADER OF COSATU DANCE DURING A MAY DAY RALLY. 
ANC ally Mbhazima Sam Shilowa, who is Secretary General of the Congress of South African Trade Union (COSATU) dances to crowd cheering at an African National Congress (ANC) May Day rally May 1. Shilowa is likely to become the new premier of South Africa's financial capital Gauteng province after South Africa's June 2 general election.

JN/CLH/ 
SAFRICA
RTROPCU 
May 01, 1999 
ANC ally Mbhazima Sam Shilowa (R), who is secretary-general of the Congress of South African Trade Union... 
Vosloorus, South Africa 
ANC ALLY LEADERS DANCE DURING THE MAY DAY CELEBRATION. 
ANC ally Mbhazima Sam Shilowa (R), who is secretary-general of the Congress of South African Trade Union (COSATU), accompanied by Deputy Defence Minister Ronnie Kasrils (L), dances to a crowd cheering at an African National Congress (ANC) May Day rally, May 1. Shilowa is likely to become the new premier of South Africa's financial capital Gauteng province after South Africa's June 2 general election.

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