The late Oliver Reginald Tambo has been described as the epitome of a selfless servant of the people. Unveiling the house he used to live in in Lusaka, Zambia as the National Heritage site, president Jacob Zuma and his Zambian counterpart, Edgar Lungu were joined by Zambia’s founding president in unveiling the house.
Tambo, the longest serving ANC president spent 22-years in Zambia while in exile after moving ANC headquarters from Tanzania to Lusaka in 1969.
The unveiling was a tribute to South Africa’s then foremost diplomat. Tambo was honoured at the house he once lived in, which has been turned into national heritage site.