South Africa Takes Centre Stage


  • Rt Hon David Miliband MP
    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of the United Kingdom
  • Afghanistan London Conference
    Photo report
  • HE Hamid Karzai
    President of The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
  • Anders Fogh Rasmussen
    Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)
    Afghanistan: A new momentum
  • HE Homayoun Tandar
    Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to the Court of St James’s
    Overcoming the challenges
  • Ed Butler CBE DSO
    Chief Executive Officer, CforC Ltd
    Is business the missing link?
  • Responsible Capitalism award 2009
    Photo Report
  • Visit of South Africa’s President
    Photo Report

South Africa

  • Rt Hon Lord Hurd of Westwell CH CBE
    Chairman, FIRST Advisory Council
  • HM Queen Elizabeth II
  • HE Jacob Zuma
    President of the Republic of South Africa
  • HE Dr Zola Skweyiya
    High Commissioner of South Africa to the Court of St James’s
    A long-lasting friendship
  • Pravin Gordhan
    Minister of Finance, South Africa
    Providing prosperity for all
  • Dr Rob Davies
    Minister of Trade and Industry, South Africa
    South Africa’s new growth path
  • Danny Jordaan
    CEO, 2010 FIFA World Cup, South Africa
    Rising to the challenge
  • Dr BE Nzimande MP
    Minister of Higher Education and Training, South Africa
    Higher education and training
  • Susan Shabangu
    Minister of Mineral Resources, South Africa
    South Africa’s mining industry
  • Elizabeth Dipuo Peters
    Minister of Energy, South Africa
    Energy independence and security
  • Travel Editor
    Cape Town calling
  • Marthinus Van Schalkwyk
    Minister of Tourism, South Africa
    Tourism for development
  • Anitha Soni
    Chairman, International Marketing Council, Custodian of Brand South Africa
    Long-term reputation management
  • HE Dr Nicola Brewer CMG
    British High Commissioner to South Africa
    A wide ranging partnership


  • Dr Robin Niblett
    Director of Chatham House
    A recognition of leadership
  • Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
    President of the Federative Republic of Brazil
    Brazil’s Olympic champion
  • Prof Victor Bulmer-Thomas
    Associate Fellow, Chatham House and Special Advisor, FIRST
    Brazil and the New World Order
  • Richard Lambert
    Director-General, CBI
    Much done, more to do
  • Dr Paola Subacchi
    Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House
    An economic giant awakens
  • Patrus Ananias de Sousa
    Minister of Social Development and the Fight Against Hunger, Brazil
    Extending the right to food
  • John Mitchell
    Associate Fellow, Energy, Environment and Development Programme, Chatham House
    Energy in Brazil
  • Andrew Gould
    Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Schlumberger Ltd
    Illuminating pre-salt reserves
  • Jacques Arnold
    Special Advisor for Latin America, FIRST
    A Brazilian political phenomenon
  • Carlos Minc
    Minister for the Environment, Brazil
    We have been doing our homework
  • Alessandro Teixeira
    President of Apex-Brasil
    Brazil’s window on the world

Saudi Arabia

  • King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud
    Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques
    Commitment to stability and growth
  • Nick Lyne
    Senior Staff Writer, FIRST
    A growing international role
  • HRH Prince Saud Al-Faisal Abdul Aziz Al Saud
    Minister of Foreign Affairs, Saudi Arabia
    Global dialogue and cooperation
  • HE Ibrahim Al-Assaf
    Minister of Finance, Saudi Arabia
    Stimulating economic growth
  • HE Eng Dr Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Naimi
    Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Saudi Arabia
    Meeting global energy needs


  • HE Mwanaidi Sinare Maajar
    Tanzanian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom
  • Benjamin William Mkapa
    Third President of the United Republic of Tanzania
    Memories of Julius Nyerere
  • Ali Hassan Mwinyi
    Second President of the United Republic of Tanzania
    Mwalimu Nyerere as I knew him
  • Joaquim Alberto Chissano
    Former President of Mozambique
    Beloved son of Africa
  • Dr Salim Ahmed Salim
    Chairman of the Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation and former OAU Secretary General
    Mwalimu Nyerere and African unity
  • Mzee Rashid Mfaume Kawawa
    Former Vice President and Former Prime Minister of Tanzania
    Nyerere: the teacher
  • Joseph Sinde Warioba
    Member of the Board of Trustees of the Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation, former Attorney General and Prime Minister under Mwalimu Julius Nyerere’s government
    Nyerere: with a light touch
  • Judge Mark D. Bomani
    First Indigenous Attorney General of Tanzania
    Nyerere: a Pan-Africanist
  • Brig. Gen. (Rtd) Hashim I. Mbita
    Former Executive Secretary, OAU Liberation Committee
    A Pan-Africanist freedom fighter
  • Dr Thomas Molony
    Senor Research Fellow, The Centre of African Studies, the University of Edinburgh
    Nyerere: the formative years
  • Dr Maria Kamm
    Founder and Executive Chairperson of the Mama Clementina Foundation
    Mwalimu on education
  • Derek Ingram
    Co-Founder of the Commonwealth Journalists Association (CJA)
    The modest ways of Julius Nyerere
  • Pius Msekwa
    Deputy Chair of the ruling party, CCM and former Speaker of the National Assembly
    Tanganyika’s independence struggle
  • Prof Yohana P. Msanjila
    Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of Dar es Salaam
    Kiswahili as a unifying force
  • Robin White MBE
    Former Editor of the BBC Focus on Africa Programme
    Nyerere, the talker
  • Faye Cran and Alistair Boyd
    Long-term Resident in Arusha, and Vice Chairman of Africa Studies Association UK, respectively
    Recollections of Tanzania
  • Alfred Ngotezi
    Senior Public Relations Officer, National Social Security Fund (NSSF)
    NSSF owes its successes to Nyerere
  • David Nickol MBE
    Former District Commissioner
    Goodness, safety and peace
  • Ambassador Nicholas Kuhanga
    Former Minister of Education
    Nyerere’s influence on education
  • Issa G. Shivji
    Professor of Pan-African Studies, University of Dar es Salaam
    Nyerere’s nationalist legacy
  • Joseph W. Butiku
    Executive Director and Trustee of the Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation
    The Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation
  • Amani Millanga
    PhD Student in Mass Communications at Leicester University
    Nyerere, the devout Catholic
  • Emmanuel D. Tayari and Rhoda F. Kijo
    Vice Secretary of the Tanzania Edinburgh Community Association, and Independent Researcher in Economic and Development Issues, respectively
    A man who changed the world