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F.W. de Klerk, man of the moment

by A. Kamsteeg

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Published by Vlaeberg in Cape Town .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa
    • Subjects:
    • De Klerk, F. W.,
    • Presidents -- South Africa -- Biography.,
    • South Africa -- Politics and government -- 1989-

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAad Kamsteeg, Evert van Dijk ; [English translation, E. Clarke].
      ContributionsVan Dijk, Evert.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT1970 .K3513 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination110 p. :
      Number of Pages110
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1609998M
      ISBN 100947461086
      LC Control Number91149101

        After quoting from a book by a former National Party leader, D. F. Malan, about the difficulties of determining when to leave public life, Mr. De Klerk said simply, ''I .   American filmmaker, Nicolas Rossier, spent three years working on “The Other Man – FW de Klerk and the End of Apartheid in South Africa”. The film will have its world premiere at the Durban.

      FW de Klerk Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa. 4, likes 24 talking about this. The FW de Klerk Foundation aims to uphold the Constitution of Followers: K. Frederik Willem de Klerk DMS (Afrikaans pronunciation: [ˈfrɪədərək ˈvələm də ˈklɛrk]; born 18 March ) is a South African politician who served as State President of South Africa from to and as Deputy President from to South Africa's last head of state from the era of white-minority rule, his government focused on dismantling the apartheid system and Born: Frederik Willem de Klerk, 18 March (age .

        F.W. de Klerk, in full Frederik Willem de Klerk, (born Ma , Johannesburg, ), politician who as president of South Africa (–94) brought the apartheid system of racial segregation to an end and negotiated a transition to majority rule in his country. He and Nelson Mandela jointly received the Nobel Prize for Peace for their collaboration .   President de Klerk. 15 th April Frederik Willem de Klerk was the President of South Africa from to , the final President during Apartheid. He played a crucial role in ending Apartheid and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize along with Nelson Mandela for the part he played in this process.


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F W De Klerk book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(8). The public was duped. The F.W. de Klerk that we saw on television was a tall clean shaven intelligent man always with a smile on his face.

The people were taken in by him. He was the new broom, and boy was he sweeping clean getting rid of all those cob-webs of the old Apartheid era.

The real F.W. de Klerk was a different : Break The Silence About South Africa. But instead, one F.W. de Klerk made the end of apartheid possible: in FebruaryPresident F.W. de Klerk lifted the ban on the African National Congress and ordered the release of Nelson Mandela.

As the world celebrated, Mandela would go on to become South Africa's first democratically elected president with de Klerk as his Vice President/5(10). FW de Klerk: The Man Who Ended Apartheid, Freed Mandela and Honored His Country Frederik Willem (FW) de Klerk was a highly successful South African lawyer who could have spent his days happily holed up in a leather bound law library, but when his country was perched on the brink of anarchy, he answered the call.

The Other Man: F W de Klerk and the end of Apartheid is certainly one of the most important accounts of this historic moment in South Africa’s history. It’s a powerful reflection on history Author: John J. Cole-Morgan. FW de Klerk: The day I ended apartheid Mandela himself was the only man in the world, other than de Klerk, who didn't want him to be released that day.

The peaceful birth of black majority rule in South Africa was a transcendent moment. Many South Africans believe this negotiated revolution to be a miracle: at the very least it was a feat of political magic. One false step along the way could have ignited the race war that had been widely predicted as South Africa's destiny.

Patti Waldmeir's colorful and incisive narrative begins with 4/5(1). Our Mission The FW de Klerk Foundation promotes and preserves FW de Klerk's presidential heritage by supporting the causes for which he worked during his presidency. The Foundation supports and promotes the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the rule of law through the activities of the Centre for Constitutional Rights and promotes unity in diversity by working for cordial.

F.W. de Klerk Former South African president. J Web posted at: p.m. EDT. The following is an edited transcript of a Chat with special guest F.W.

de Klerk, former South African. Jesus Deur Ander Oe: Literere En Sosiologies-Historiese Interpretasies Van Markus En Johannes (Afrikaans Edition) by de Klerk, J.C., Schnell, C.W.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Far from being one of the champions of apartheid, President de Klerk was the main architect of the dismantling of apartheid.

Not only did this book give me a new perspective and appreciation for President F. de Klerk, it also gave me a new and perhaps more accurate view of the all-to-human shortcomings of President Nelson Mandela/5(13).

On February 2,30 years ago, F. de Klerk, South Africa’s last white president, turned the screws on his constituents, betraying the confidence we had placed in him. I say “we,” because, prior to becoming president inMr. de Klerk was my representative, in the greater Vereeniging region of Southern Transvaal, where I resided.

(Our family subsequently moved. But De Klerk wasn't an ideologue, he was a pragmatist. And after becoming president in Septemberreplacing the increasingly cantankerous and inconsistent PW. FW de Klerk's actions 27 years ago were not driven by a desire to change history or right wrongs, it was forced on him, writes Imraan Bucuus FW de Klerk is no hero in my book Shop @ Loot.

Childhood: – F. de Klerk was born on 18 March in Mayfair, a suburb of Johannesburg. His parents were Johannes "Jan" de Klerk and Hendrina Cornelia Coetzer – "her forefather was a Kutzer who stems from Austria".

He was his parents' second son, having a brother, Willem, who was eight years his senior. De Klerk's family had played a leading role in. I n what should serve as a lesson for Americans today, recall that 30 years ago on February 2,F.

de Klerk, South Africa’s last white president, turned the screws on his constituents, betraying the confidence we had placed in him. I say “we,” because, prior to becoming president inDe Klerk was my representative, in the greater Vereeniging region of Southern.

The Man in His Time. F W de Klerk by de Klerk, Willem and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Frederik William de Klerk was born on the 18 th of March to the parents Jan de Klerk and Corrie Coetzer.

F.W. de Klerk came from a family that was involved in a lot of politics. He became the next person in his family that went into politics. F. W. de Klerk’s great grandfather was a senator.F.W. de Klerk: Since my retirement from political life in I have devoted my life to the establishment and development of the F.W.

de Klerk Foundation in South Africa, which upholds South Africa’s constitutional accord and promotes harmonious relations in multicultural societies; and the Global Leadership Foundation, which enables a panel.