Lindiwe Zulu Biography
Lindiwe Zulu (Lindiwe Daphney Zulu) was born on 21st April 1958 in Mpumalanga, South Africa. He is a South African politician and the minister of Small Business Development.
Zulu was born on 21st April, 1958 and she came from the village of Nhlazatshe, Mpumalanga. Her parents moved to Swaziland as her mum is a Swazi from Gege. She attended St Theresa’s and Mjingo schools after which she attended the Swaziland Cooperative Development College in Ezulwini. She then joined African National Congress( ANC) and ran away to Mozambique. Zulu has four children: daughters Nokuthula and Phindile, and sons Sipho and Boitumelo. Zulu is married to Kgosietsile Itholeng, a fellow South African in exile, who she met in Angola. Her son, Sipho, is named after her father.
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He was born on 21st April 1958 in Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Lindiwe Zulu Family| Lindiwe Zulu Son| Children
She is married to Kgosietsile Itholeng. She has four children two daughters Nokuthula and Phindile and two sons Sipho and Boitumelo.
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She is married to Kgosietsile Itholeng.
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She studied at St. Theresa’s and Mjingo schools before attending the Swaziland Cooperative Development College in Ezulwini.
She later attended the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College, SOMAFCO, in Mazimbu, Tanzania. She got a scholarship to study journalism in the USSR. She achieved a master’s degree in Journalism.
In 1987 she went to Angola for full military training with the Pan Africanist Women’s Organisation.
Lindiwe Zulu Political Career
She joined the African National Congress and went into exile in Mozambique. In 1992 she returned to South Africa and become head of communications in the ANC Women’s League.
In 1993 he became an executive committee member and was seconded to the ANC’s department of information and publicity as the spokesperson for the elections.
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In 1994 she joined the Gauteng Provincial Legislature and was appointed Deputy Speaker in 1995.
From 1999 to 2011 she held the position of a special advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
From 2001 to 2003 he was Chief Director for western and central Africa in the Department of Foreign Affairs.
In 2004 she was posted to Brazil as South African Ambassador for four and a half years.
Since 2009 she has been an ANC Member of Parliament and in 2013 she was appointed to the National Working Committee of the ANC. In 2014 she became the Minister of Small Business Development.
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Her email address is; [email protected]
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Lindiwe Zulu Robert Mugabe
Published On; 07 July 2013
Lindiwe Zulu a “streetwalker” and “stupid idiotic woman” – Robert Mugabe
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has described President Jacob Zuma’s international relations advisor Lindiwe Zulu as a “stupid idiotic woman” and a “little streetwalker” in his address at the launch of Zanu-PF’s election manifesto on Friday. Mugabe was reacting to Zulu’s call for Zimbabwe’s election to be delayed. He also warned that Zimbabwe was in SADC voluntarily and if it did “stupid things” it could move out.
The Zimbabwe Herald quoted Mugabe as saying:
“Let it be known that we are in Sadc voluntarily. If Sadc decides to do stupid things, we can move out. But for now we have had a Sadc which has good sense, although from some quarters, unfortunately these were not quarters of authority, they were just utterances by some stupid idiotic woman saying no elections cannot be held on 31st of July even against the ruling of our court. An ordinary sick woman saying no, ah!”
“Zimbabwe was fought for and on 18 April 1980 we got our independence. We are fully independent. We fought the British to get them out of our country. We will defend our sovereignty against any interest from any quarter,” he said to wild applause from the gathering.
“Anyway, we are in that situation where even this little street woman (Lindiwe Zulu) could make utterances because of our mistakes of 2008. Let us not make other mistakes, you can see that they invite all and sundry outside our country to make utterances about Zimbabwe. ‘Zimbabwe must do this’; ‘Zimbabwe must do that’. That must end.”
“Our courts had actually to command us to say you must have elections not later than July 31. The courts had to force us to go to elections. But even then, they thought they could go outside our country and appeal against the decision of our courts. Even lawyers and professor s who should know better that the judgement of our Supreme Court is final and must be obeyed still wanted, for one reason or another, to get outsiders to reverse it. No outsider is allowed to interfere in a situation where our courts will have given a ruling. That is final. We are the people to decide what to do. Do we obey or disobey? That is why I obeyed and complied with that ruling or command of the courts and then I said the courts say not later than July, ok, to seek more time I will choose the last day of July and that will not be a violation.”