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Pik Botha: Key figure in South Africa's apartheid transition dies

The News Articles Friday, 12 October 2018
Media playback is unsupported to your instrument Media captionPik Botha, in a 2013 BBC interview, praises Nelson Mandela A key determine throughout South Africa’s transition from the apartheid generation, Pik Botha, has died on the age of 86. Mr Botha served as his nation’s overseas minister for 17 years till the tip of the apartheid …
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