Former president Thabo Mbeki is to head an institute at the University of South Africa (UNISA) that will help enforce policies on the African continent.
Mbeki, who was asked to resign by the ruling African National Congress in September, says the institute will be a training ground for people to pursue and implement policies for peace and human rights that have already been agreed upon.
"Quite a comprehensive body of policies was adopted by the continent, but we need people to promote the implementation. The great weakness is not the absence of policies, but how to achieve them", says Mbeki.
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