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Max du Preez was born on 3 March, 1951 in Kroonstad, South Africa, is a Journalist,Anti-apartheid activist,Writer,documentary filmmaker. At 69 years old, Max du Preez height not available right now. We will update Max du Preez's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Journalist,Anti-apartheid activist,Writer,documentary filmmaker
Max du Preez Age 71 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 3 March 1951
Birthday 3 March
Birthplace Kroonstad, South Africa
Nationality South Africa

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Rumours that then-President Thabo Mbeki was a philanderer were controversially brought to light by a comment Du Preez made on a national radio show in 2001. During a discussion on the lack of examination of the private life of Mbeki, Du Preez said: "He is seen as a womaniser. It is publicly known and I think we should start talking about this, that the president has this kind of personal life. I'm not saying it's scandalous. He's a womaniser."


In 1999, Du Preez was dismissed by the SABC from his position as the executive editor of Special Assignment, an investigative television show, after he objected when a documentary was barred from being shown. Though initially it was simply stated that his contract would not be renewed, the SABC later said he had been dismissed for gross insubordination.


Du Preez founded the Vrye Weekblad, an Afrikaans-language weekly newspaper, in November 1988 and its progressive successor Vrye Weekblad Online in 2019. During his tenure as editor-in-chief, the newspaper's offices were bombed and Du Preez received death threats as a result of the paper's opposition to apartheid.


Max du Preez is a writer, columnist and documentary filmmaker. Between 1982-1988, Du Preez was the Political Correspondent for various publications including Beeld, Financial Mail, Sunday Times and Business Day. He won the Nat Nakasa Award for fearless reporting in 2008.


Max du Preez (born 3 March 1951) is a South African author, columnist and documentary filmmaker and was the founding editor of Vrye Weekblad. Vrye Weekblad Online or Vrye Weekblad II was launched on 5 April 2019