American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Buthelezi, Mangosuthu Gatsha Born 1928. South African politician and leader of the Inkatha Freedom Party, originally a Zulu cultural movement established by his grandfather in the 1920s. He revived the movement in 1975 and transformed it into a modern political party in 1990.
“He dismissed with contempt what he called Buthelezi's "lousy and desperate attempt to point fingers at the ANC regarding more caches.”
“On February 14, Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini, a close ally of the Inkatha leader, demanded sovereignty for KwaZulu and surrounding Natal province -- a call Buthelezi has echoed.”
“The so-called double ballot issue has been a major sticking point in protracted talks aimed at getting the Freedom Alliance _ a loose grouping of pro-apartheid whites and conservative black groups such as Buthelezi's Inkatha Freedom Party _ to compete in the vote.”
“Even if leaders such as Buthelezi stress passive resistance to the new order, analysts fear that followers fired by rhetoric and fuelled by decades of racial hatred could run wild.”
“Stepping out from under scaffolding, Sihle Buthelezi, 21, surveys the structure that he and his team have almost completed.”
“Trained and accredited, this is Buthelezi's third building project with the David Rattray Foundation and through his commitment and good leadership skills, he is now team leader.”
“How much easier to understand Botha, Buthelezi, and Mandela, when one has already read Jabavu, Rhodes, and Colvin?”
“Buthelezi urged Ndebele to honour and respect the wishes of”
“For more than a decade, the people of South Africa were fed a deliberate lie about the cause and treatment of HIV," Buthelezi said.”
“The IFP's Buthelezi said history would judge Mbeki as a "towering figure" who consolidated President Nelson Mandela's remarkable legacy and promoted the notion of an "African Renaissance".”
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