Why would the BBC care what FW de Klerk thinks?

From Africa is a Country Fri Dec 21 2012, 22:24:53

Reporting on President Jacob Zuma's landslide re-election as leader of South Africa's governing African National Congress (ANC) on Tuesday, the BBC sought the opinion of former apartheid ruler F. W. de Klerk. De Klerk "... told the BBC that a significant proportion of the South African population were unhappy with Mr Zuma." It then quotes the [...]

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