Kaizer M. Nyatsumba

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As Vice-President for Corporate Affairs at Anglo American South Africa, Kaizer speaks in 2003 in Kagiso, Krugersdorp, at a school funded by the company

 

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Kaizer, with then FIFA Executive Committee Member Julio Grondona in the latter’s office in Buenos Aires, Argentina, holds a replica of the FIFA World Cup

 

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Kaizer Nyatsumba (middle) with then 2010 Bid Company CEO Danny Jordaan and Derek Carstens at Real Madrid FC’s Santiage Bernabeu Stadium in February 2004

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Kaizer (middle) with his friend, Dr Oral Gumede (right), with the latter’s brother Vukani (left), after attending a function in Durban in 2004

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Kaizer at Emancipation Park – named after the lyrics of one of Bob Marley’s songs – in Kingston, Jamaica in August 2013


Kaizer Nyatsumba with his son, Ashford, at Exclusive Books in Hyde Park, Johannesburg on the launch of his book, In Love With A Stranger, in December 1995

 

In the picture above Founding Editor Kaizer Nyatsumba speaks at the launch of The Independent on Saturday in Durban in 1997. Below he sits between his wife, Gugu, and his guest, Kaizer Chiefs FC Chairman Kaizer Motaung

 



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Kaizer Nyatsumba in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2003 with (from left to right) then Minister in the Presidency Dr Essop Pahad, former FIFA President Joao Havelange and then 2010 (World Cup) Bid Company CEO Danny Jordaan, in Mr Havelange’s office.

 

This picture of Kaizer Nyatsumba appeared in the Zulu newspaper Ilanga laseNatali in 1982. It was taken at Dlangezwa High School when Kaizer was speaking at a memorial service for learners who had drowned at the nearby Port Dunford Beach.

 

Kaizer Nyatsumba at the University of Zululand at KwaDlangezwa, outside Empangeni, in 1984

 

Kaizer Nyatsumba addressing a “GU: Divest Now” students’ rally at Georgetown University in Washington DC, USA in 1986


This article on Kaizer appeared in the Georgetown University student newspaper The HOYA on 10 October 1986