I would like to thank you most sincerely for giving me the opportunity to address this distinguished gathering today.
04 March 2004
It might perhaps be inappropriate to mention what some might consider a mundane political fact on this more sublime occasion, the fact that fourteen months ago the African National Congress met at this University for its 51st National Conference.
20 February 2004
Day before yesterday, the Hon Annelize van Wyk participated in the Debate of the State of the Nation Address.
11 February 2004
I am honoured to welcome to this Chamber representatives of two families whose loved ones were killed 30 years ago in Gaborone, Botswana and Lusaka, Zambia, while opening what proved to be parcel bombs sent by agents of the apartheid system.
06 February 2004
I am truly delighted to extend a very warm welcome to you, Chancellor Schröder, and the rest of the German delegation, which is visiting our country during this historic year of the 10th Anniversary of our Liberation from Apartheid.
22 January 2004
Thank you very much for allowing us this opportunity to celebrate the Bicentenary of one of the greatest revolutions in history.
01 January 2004
We have come to the end of an eventful 2003 and the beginning of the historic year when we will be celebrating the First Decade of our Liberation.
30 December 2003
My wife, my delegation and I are truly delighted to join you in the beautiful Commonwealth of the Bahamas for the festive season and thank Your Excellencies for your very gracious invitation to come here on a state visit.
29 December 2003
Thank you for inviting me to address you at this prestigious college that has trained many of our senior African military officers.
08 December 2003
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04 December 2003