Pule Mabe Biography – Pule Mabe Wiki
Pule Mabe is a South African politician and a member of the African National Congress. Mabe assumed office as the spokesperson for the African National Congress on 6 February 2018. He was born on 19 March 1980.
In the mid-Nineties he served as the chairperson of the Namakgale in the Limpopo Youth Development Forum. He led a range of developmental initiatives, including awareness campaigns and capacity-building programmes.
He served as the deputy president of the SRC at Technikon Northern Gauteng in 1999 and 2000, and was a member of the national executive committee of the South African Technikon Students’ Union.
Mabe was editor-in-chief of a campus newspaper, TNT Update and started his journalism career at the Mail & Guardian. He is a published author—of Koko, a book about his grandmother.
Pule Mabe Qualifications – Pule Mabe Educational Background
He went to high school in Limpopo where he was the student representative council president. He has completed a national diploma in journalism. He studied journalism at Tshwane University of Technology. He is currently studying for a master’s degree in business administration from the Management College of Southern Africa.
Pule Mabe Age
He was born on 19 March 1980. He was raised in the Namakgale township of Phalaborwa, Limpopo.
Pule Mabe Wife
His wife is Hleki Mabe. Mabe and Hleki met during their tertiary studies.
Pule Mabe Children
He has two children, his first-born son named Kgothatso, was born on 6 April 2003 and a daughter, Naledi.