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|Caption:||Alfred Baphetuxolo Nzo, (19 June 1925 - 13 January 2000) was the Secretary General of the ANC after Duma Nokwe, under the leadership of President Oliver Tambo. He became the Minister of Foreign Affairs under the democratic elected government of President Nelson Mandela. He was chairperson of the African National Congress (ANC) branch in Alexandra. He was also a member of the ANC Youth League and the National Executive Committee (NEC).|
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