Thabo Mbeki believes the responsibility for SA's failure to achieve its constitutional ideals lies firmly at the feet of its leaders.
Former president Thabo Mbeki was the African Union’s chief mediator in the conflict in Sudan that led to the creation of South Sudan in 2011.
All the controversy has returned to haunt the findings of an investigation badly compromised, with the Seriti commission making no findings.
The Thabo Mbeki Foundation issued a statement on Monday denying any connections with the Gupta family as had been reported in the media on Sunday.
The full text of former president Thabo Mbeki's response to the Constitutional Court judgment.
Former President Thabo Mbeki speaks out about former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor, who this week accused the Guptas of offering her a ministerial position.
Not 27 questions, as some other figures of authority face, but a mere 15 for the former president.
About 35 000 babies could have been born without HIV had the president listened to the boy.
The ex-president will be judged harshly for his unrepentant stance over an estimated 300 000 HIV-related deaths, the activist organisation says.
In the latest of his series of letters, former president Thabo Mbeki denies that he ever said "HIV does not cause Aids". Read his full article here.
Critics say that Thabo Mbeki's character matters less than his AIDS denialism, but these things are actually intimately linked.
The National Prosecuting Authority insists there is "no suggestion or evidence" that Thabo Mbeki was behind allegations against the president.
In a letter published on his Facebook page, the former president ignores the concerns of many observers about the legitimacy of the 2002 elections.
The former president’s excuse of "national security" for interfering in the prosecution of Jackie Selebi is a misinterpretation of the law.
The former president has accused retired judge Chris Nicholson of putting a "judicial stamp of approval" on allegations against him.
Chairperson feels that freedom of speech only applies to the M&G itself and those with whom it agrees
Upset at what he sees as his tarnished legacy, ex-president Thabo Mbeki wants to set the record straight.
Former president Thabo Mbeki is back in the public debate - as if nothing has changed. His opinions surely haven't, sadly.