Political activist, Lawyer, head of the Regional Politico-Military Committee (RPMC) of the ANC in Zimbabwe, former Premier
Ngoako Abel Ramatlhodi was born on 21 August 1955 at Tauyatswala small village near Polokwane, in Northern Transvaal (now Limpopo Province). Ramatlhodi's father was a mineworker while his mother a housewife. He was nicknamed “Montsho” and had five siblings, two sisters and three brothers. Ramatlhodi completed his secondary education at Tembisa High in Tembisa Township, Johannesburg. Upon completion of his matric, he decided to enrol for law studies at the University of the North (renamed University of Limpopo in 2003).
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