Pretoria

June 25, 1999

Kader Asmal, a former Trinity College Dublin law professor and human rights activist, has become South Africa's new education minister. He is the second academic to head the ministry since the transition to democracy five years ago. His predecessor, Sibusiso Bengu, stood down at this month's elections.

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