Lessons Learned from Years with Options

Jacob Zuma: From an Uneducated Herd Boy to a President Zuma, A Biography is an amazing story of a herd boy who beat all odds to become president of the Republic of South Africa, Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma, (2009-current). He’s the third president of South Africa who was democratically elected, the others being Thabo Mbeki and the world-famous Nelson Mandela. Both Mbeki and Mandela were presidents who are educated in the best educational institutions graduating as economist and barrister respectively. Zuma was born on the 12th of April 1942 to the Zuma family at Nkandla, a rural area situated in the state of KwaZulu-Natal the birth place of the Shaka Zule, the great Zulu King. Zuma was the first son to Nobhekisisa Zuma, and Gcinamazwi, his second wife. Zuma’s father was a policeman and his mother a domestic worker. Jacob Zuma’s dad died when he was still too young. He recalls nothing of his dad. In the book, a portrait of Zuma as a man of contradictions emerges. He’s at ease in his leopard skin apparel embedded in Zulus deep cultural roots. He is a proud polygamous man and also an intelligent modern politician. He’s known for his smile and affable demeanour. Yet, he’s equally eloquent in discussions and the international arena through the intricacies of global economy with no hint that his formal greatest standard of education remains the primary school level.
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In this unauthorized biography, veteran journalist Jeremy Gordin takes us through the journey of Jacob Zuma – from his humble beginnings as a herd boy, trade unionist, political prisoner (with Nelson Mandela), exile life and of course his determination to become president of South Africa.
How I Achieved Maximum Success with Options
Gordin paints a picture of a man whose life was never destined for greatness. Zuma spent his childhood years as a herd boy and never had a chance to complete his primary level. Zuma’s family was poor, if not impoverished. However, it was his mother’s work as a domestic worker in the Durban white suburbia that introduced the harsh truths of apartheid to Jacob Zuma. Gordin takes us through Zuma’s political roll-coaster ride from his dismissal from the deputy presidency to his election as the ANC president in 2007 and his rise to top office – that of the country’s president. Zuma conquered Mbeki his political nemesis in the hotly contested party election in 2007. He later presided over his party’s national executive committee meeting in 2008 that determined to request Mbeki to resign in the presidency, only six months prior to the end of his term of office. Mbeki agreed to step down with an emotional televised address to the country.