Kgalema Motlanthe, who ruled South Africa in a period between 2008 and 2009, has been awarded with the International Gusi Peace Prize for his achievements in the service of the African National Congress.
During a ceremony held in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, on November 26, the former leader received the “Key to the City of Manila” from the city mayor Francisco Domagoso.
According to the reports, the officials praised Motlanthe’s contribution to the security of the global piece.
On the following day, the politician was honored with the International Gusi Peace Prize, an award that emphasised the efforts toward maintaining governance, democracy, equality, and goodwill.
Domagoso was also included in the list of the Gusi Peace Prize laureates.