What are the names of South African presidents?
South African heads of states’ ages
|#||Head of state||Date of inauguration|
|9||Thabo Mbeki||16 June 1999|
|10||Kgalema Motlanthe||25 September 2008|
|11||Jacob Zuma||9 May 2009|
|12||Cyril Ramaphosa||14 February 2018|
Who rules South Africa?
Jacob Zuma served as President of South Africa since 9 May 2009 until his resignation in February 2018. Zuma was replaced by Cyril Ramaphosa. The country’s 2019 general election was held on 8 May.
|Politics of South Africa|
|Head of State and Government|
Who was president after Mandela?
End of term
Mandela left office on 14 June 1999. He was succeeded by Mbeki, who was inaugurated to the presidency on 16 June. Mandela retired from active politics, and became, for several years afterward, engaged in a number of philanthropic activities.