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“We are in shock. He was full of life last night but this dawn all that he could say was his heart and we rushed him to the hospital but couldn’t make it,” a close family member said.

In a shocking turn of events, the news has emerged that the former President of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki, has passed away at the age of 74. The tragedy unfolded on Tuesday morning when Mbeki, experiencing a sudden illness, was rushed to the hospital but, unfortunately, could not be saved.

According to a family member, Mbeki had been lively the night before, but at dawn, he complained about his heart. Distressed by this sudden deterioration in his health, the family promptly sought medical attention. Despite their efforts and the intervention of medical professionals, the former president succumbed to his condition.

The impact of Thabo Mbeki’s untimely demise is felt deeply, not only within his family but also resonates throughout the African National Congress (ANC). Khusela Sangoni, a prominent figure within the ANC, expressed the collective mourning within the party. Just days ago, Mbeki had been actively engaged in discussions about the Local Government Elections (LGE), demonstrating his vitality and commitment to political matters.

Reflecting on Mbeki’s legacy, it’s important to recall his significant contributions as South Africa’s second post-apartheid leader. He assumed the presidency after the iconic Nelson Mandela, becoming a pivotal figure in the country’s history during his nine-year tenure.


The passing of Thabo Mbeki marks the end of an era and leaves behind a void in South African politics. As the nation grapples with this loss, tributes pour in, remembering a leader who played a crucial role in shaping the post-apartheid narrative.

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