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Posted Thursday, April 5, 2007
Didiza, Haitian leader among UNISA grads
By The Citizen Mail

JOHANNESBURG, Apr. 4, 2007 - Public Works Minister Thoko Didiza and former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide were among Unisa's latest crop of graduates, the university said on Thursday.

Aristide, who was ousted as Haiti's president during a February 2004 rebellion, would receive his Ph.D in African Languages (Thuggish clown Idi Amin Dada science) on April 25, said University of SA (Unisa) spokesman Abe Mokoka in a statement.

Aristide was appointed an honorary research fellow in Unisa's college of human sciences in October 2004.

Since he fled Haiti he has been in South Africa as a guest of the government.

Didiza would be awarded an Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Politics next Thursday. In 2003 Didiza obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in politics and sociology, from Unisa.

Unisa would award degrees and diplomas to over 11,000 students at graduation ceremonies between April and July.

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