Enos J. Mabuza

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Dr. Enos J. Mabuza, (died in 1997)

"Dr Enos Mabuza is a director of many South African companies including Shell SA (Pty) Ltd. Dr Mabuza was born on the 06 June 1939 in the district of Barberton. Following his initial Teaching Diploma qualification, Dr Mabusa studied through the University of South Africa (UNISA) for a BA (Hons.) degree which he obtained in 1974. Between 1989 and 1993, Dr Mabuza added an MBA and a LL.D (Honoris Causa) to his list of qualifications.

"Dr Mabuza is a director of: Angolvaal, FABCOS Marketing; Khula Investment Corporation; Metro Cash and Carry; Metlife Investment Holdings; Metropolitan Life; Premier-Group; Premier Pharmaceuticals; Shell SA (Pty) Ltd; Standard Bank Investment Corporation; Thebe Investment Corporation; Times Media; and Volkswagen SA.

"He has also served on a number of committees including The Independent Development Trust; Committee of the University of Witwatersrand; St. Stithians Board; Promat Colleges' Board of Trustees; New Era Schools Trust; Donaldson Trust; National Parks Board; South African Economic Advisory Board; 1820 Foundation; Wilderness Leadership School; Group for Environmental Monitoring; Trees for South Africa; South African Nature Foundation; National Botanical Society. Presently, he consults to the Centre for Inter-Group studies at the University of Cape Town on a part-time basis. Dr Mabuza's hobbies include nature conservation, chess and classical music. He married Esther Thokozile in 1963 and has six children." [1]

He is the former Chairman Board of Directors of National Parks Board of South Africa. [1]

"In 1978 he founded the party that became the most powerful party in Kangwane, the Inyandza National Movement. In 1986 he led a 21-person delegation to meet with the ANC in Lusaka. He resigned as Chief Minister of Kangwane and as President of INM in 1991 and entered the corporate world." [2]

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  1. Advisors, Wilderness Conservancy, accessed June 15, 2010.
  2. sahistory Enos J. Mabuza, organizational web page, accessed January 10, 2013.
  3. Food and Trees for Africa History, organizational web page, accessed January 10, 2013.