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Group.png South Africa   Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Location South Africa AU Africa.svg
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Leaders• South Africa/Governor-General
• President of South Africa
Typenation state
Subgroups• National Intelligence Co-ordinating Committee
• State Security Agency (South Africa)
• South African Secret Service
• South African Police Service
• South African Defence Force
Interest ofBilderberg/1991, Andrew Feinstein
Member ofG-20, Global Counter Terrorism Forum, Organisation of African Unity
SubpageSouth Africa/Ambassador to Argentina
South Africa/Ambassador to Brazil
South Africa/Ambassador to Chile
South Africa/Ambassador to France
South Africa/Ambassador to Rwanda
South Africa/Ambassador to Transkei
South Africa/Ambassador to the US
South Africa/Deep state
South Africa/Foreign Minister
South Africa/Governor-General
South Africa/Member of Parliament
South Africa/Minister of Defence
South Africa/Minister of Education
South Africa/Minister of Housing
South Africa/Minister of Mineral and Energy Affairs
South Africa/National Intelligence Service
South Africa/Nuclear weapons
South Africa/Permanent Representative to the UN
South Africa/President
South Africa/Prime Minister
A former UK colony

South Africa, a former British colony, is rated by the World Bank as an “upper middle income” country. It has considerable resources of gold, diamonds and other minerals. It has arguably the world's greatest income inequality and the rate of unemployment at 26 percent.[1]

Assassination of Olof Palme

Full article: Olof Palme/Assassination
An alleged South Africa Military Intelligence report, dated 15 October 1985, concluded that Olof Palme "should be seen as an enemy of the State." He was assassinated in February 1986.

A document was published online in 2018 which supported the thesis that Olof Palme was assassinated by South African spooks, possibly contracted through Le Cercle.[2]

Apartheid government

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The nation had a system of government supported racism which was the subject of international protest. It was formally ended in 1994.[1] One means of protesting this was an embargo on diplomatic contacts, which may have been key in encouraging the government to seek out more clandestine milieu - such as Le Cercle.

Deep State Connections

Full article: Rated 5/5 Le Cercle

Adrian Hänni suggests that apartheid South Africa may have been only government that ever sent an official delegation to Cercle meetings. He wrote that "The official South African delegations, which have been arranged by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) in Pretoria from at least the late 1970s onwards, were largely composed of Ambassadors to the major Cercle countries (Great Britain, the United States, France and Germany), accompanied by senior officials from the DFA, and Foreign Minister Pik Botha at times attended as a guest. The connection between the Cercle and the South African government had already been initiated in the first half of the 1970s, when Cercle leaders had cooperated with the South African Department of Information on a vast secret propaganda program to improve the image of South Africa and the apartheid regime."[3] The South African government was a majof funder of Le Cercle in the 1980s, up to 1992.

Nuclear Weapons

Full article: South Africa/Nuclear weapons

After decades of work, South Africa developed nuclear weapons in the 1980s, only for the apartheid government to ship them abroad to US and UK in a secret deal in 1989 to prevent their use by the incoming administration of Nelson Mandela. This deal, in which David Cameron and the government of Margaret Thatcher was highly secret at the time and little known until the last few years.[citation needed]

2016 Protests

Student protests in 2016 went on for weeks, focusing on increased prices for access to higher education. Numerous students were injured and at least one killed, but commercially-controlled media did not report them widely outside of the country.[1]


Prohibitions against the private cultivation and use of cannabis were declared unconstitutional and invalid in 2017.


Ambassadors to South Africa

Nation stateStartDescription
Ambassador to South Africa
UK/Deputy High Commissioner to South Africa
UK/High Commissioner to South Africa1910



Connie MulderA South African politician brought down by Muldergate.
Equatorial Guinea/2004 coup d'état attempt
Le Cercle/1977 (South Africa)
Le Cercle/1984 (Capetown)
Le Cercle/1988 (South Africa)
Le Cercle/1991 (South Africa)


Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
Civil Cooperation Bureau
Diocesan College
South Africa/Deep stateThe South African deep state hosted many meetings of Le Cercle.
South African Defence Force
South African Reserve BankThe privately owned central bank of South Africa
Stellenbosch University
University of Cape Town


Job here

Robert BlackVisiting Professor19971999Faculty of Law


Citizens of South Africa on Wikispooks

Niel Barnard1949
P. W. Botha12 January 191631 October 2006
Pik Botha27 April 193212 October 2018South African deep state operative
Sean Cleary26 October 1948spooky South African
Mick Davis15 February 1958
Patrick Duncan21 December 187017 July 1943
Colin Eglin14 April 192529 November 2013
Brand Fourie1916July 2008
Pop Fraser6 April 191518 December 1994
Ivan Glasenberg1957
Richard GnoddeMarch 1960Multi millionaire South African money man. Attended his first Bilderberg in 2019
Neil Peter Van Heerden30 July 1939
Basil E. Hersov18 August 1926
Theunis Willem de Jongh
Lesetja Kganyago7 October 1965
F. W. de Klerk18 March 1936
Eugene de Kock29 January 1949South African apartheid-era killer dubbed 'Prime Evil' by the media
Nelson Mandela18 July 19185 December 2013
Thabo Mbeki18 June 1942
Oscar Mpetha5 August 190915 November 1994
Dullah Omar26 May 193413 March 2004
Navi Pillay23 September 1941
Robert du Plooy5 July 1921
Gavin W. H. Relly192610 January 1999
Anton Rupert4 October 191618 January 2006South African billionaire businessman with a multitude of deep political connections
Albie Sachs30 January 1935Retired South African Judge and anti-apartheid campaigner
Jan Smuts24 May 187011 September 1950Deep state operative and twice Prime Minister of South Africa
Daniel StormSouth African diplomat arms dealer
Harold Taswell14 February 19101992
Julian Ogilvie Thompson1934
Ben Turok26 June 1927
John Vorster13 December 191510 September 1983South African politician, Le Cercle
Patrick Willis1968


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