Today, we celebrate the 9th anniversary of our freedom, a year before we complete a decade of our liberation.
27 April 2003
I am very happy to have this opportunity to open the first magistrate's court to be established in Khayelitsha, the second biggest magistrate's court in the country.
17 April 2003
We have convened today as the elected representatives of the people of South Africa to reflect on the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, to examine its Recommendations and to find answers, in practical terms, to the question - where to from here!
15 April 2003
I am pleased to welcome you to South Africa and to this seminal conference, which aims to develop guidelines for the engagement of media from across the African continent with the African Union and its programme, the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD).
12 April 2003
Thank you for affording me the opportunity to speak at the opening of this important conference.
07 April 2003
We meet a few weeks after the end of one of the most exciting sporting events this year, the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003.
04 April 2003
We have gathered here today to launch the Southern Africa Race against Malaria Rally.
03 April 2003
I am honoured to have this opportunity to speak at this year's Opening Session of the National House of Traditional Leaders.
01 April 2003
Whether he endorses the principle of clearly demarcated roles for Ministers and Directors - General.
26 March 2003
The Promotion of National Unity and Reconciliation Act of 1995, which authorised the establishment of the TRC, says that "the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1993, provides a historic bridge between the past of a deeply divided society characterised by strife, conflict, untold suffering and injustice, and a future founded on the recognition of human rights, democracy and peaceful coexistence for all South Africans, irrespective of colour, race, class, belief or sex."
21 March 2003