Mamphela Ramphele

Mamphela Aletta Ramphele (; born 28 December 1947) is a South African politician, an activist against apartheid, a medical doctor, an academic and businesswoman. She was a partner of anti-apartheid activist Steve Biko, with whom she had two children. She is a former vice-chancellor at the University of Cape Town and a onetime managing director at the World Bank.

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Africa Media Online

On the occasion of the celebration of Dr Mamphela Ramphele's 60th Birthday (held On 28 December 2007) at Greenways Hotel, Cape Town.


Africa Media Online

Agang SA party leader Mamphela Ramphele and members launched its national election campaign and took a bus tour in and around Soweto. 16/11/13 Photo: Oupa Nkosi


Africa Media Online

Agang SA party leader Mamphela Ramphele and members launched its national election campaign and took a bus tour in and around Soweto. 16/11/13 Photo: Oupa Nkosi


Africa Media Online

Agang SA party leader Mamphela Ramphele and members launched its national election campaign and took a bus tour in and around Soweto. 16/11/13 Photo: Oupa Nkosi


Africa Media Online

Dr Mamphela Ramphela at an interfaith service for former President Nelson Mandela held at the Grand Parade, Cape Town, the day after the news that Mandela had died.Dr Mamphela Ramphela …


Africa Media Online

On the occasion of the celebration of Dr Mamphela Ramphele's 60th Birthday (held On 28 December 2007) at Greenways Hotel, Cape Town.


Africa Media Online

On the occasion of the celebration of Dr Mamphela Ramphele's 60th Birthday (held On 28 December 2007) at Greenways Hotel, Cape Town.


Africa Media Online

On the occasion of the celebration of Dr Mamphela Ramphele's 60th Birthday (held On 28 December 2007) at Greenways Hotel, Cape Town.


Africa Media Online

Agang SA party leader Mamphela Ramphele and members launched its national election campaign and took a bus tour in and around Soweto. 16/11/13 Photo: Oupa Nkosi


Africa Media Online

Dr Mamphela Ramphele addressing the "Theological Cafe" on the role of ordinary citizens in political change in SA today with particular reference to the role of women. "Ordinary people can contribute to


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