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FW de Klerk

14 Nov
South Africa's last apartheid era president FW de Klerk, who died last week, will be cremated at a private funeral on November 21, his office said Sunday.
11 Nov
South Africa's last segregationist president, FW de Klerk, occupied a "historic but difficult space", Archbishop Desmond Tutu's office said in a statement Thursday.
11 Nov
FW de Klerk, South Africa's last white president, died on Thursday aged 85, his foundation announced. De Klerk and South Africa's first black president Nelson Mandela shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 for leading the "miracle" transition from white rule in the country. He died after a battle with cancer, his foundation said in…
8 Mar 2020
A couple of weeks ago FW de Klerk said that apartheid was not a crime against humanity. FW de Klerk was the last white president of South Africa.
27 Oct 2018
Former South African president and Nobel Peace Prize winner FW de Klerk has been hospitalised for a lung condition but is recovering and is expected to be discharged next week, his foundation said on Saturday.


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