Tony Leon is a South African lawmaker who filled in as head of the resistance from 1999-2007 as head of the Vote based Union.
Tony Leon Age
He is as of now 66 years of age.
Tony Leon Level
Tony Leon Ethnicity
Tony Leon Biography
He was born on 15 December 1956 in Durban, South Africa.
15 December 1956
|University of Witwatersrand
Leon went to the College of the Witwatersrand, where he got a Four year education in liberal arts degree in Political Theory and History. He then, at that point, proceeded to get a Lone ranger of Regulations degree from a similar college.
Tony Leon Guardians
He was born to Sheila Schulz and Ramon Leon. His dad was a Backer and later an adjudicator.
Tony Leon Kin
His kin assuming that he has any are obscure.
Tony Leon Spouse
His better half is Michal Leon
Tony Leon Youngsters
In 2000, Leon wedded Michal (previously Even-Zahav) from Israel, the mother of his two stepchildren, Noa and Etai Even-Zahav.
Tony Leon Total assets
Leon has an expected total assets of $2 million.
All of us in the DA who were in Parliament in 1994 had careers.
Some were attorneys, some professionals and some former civil servants. After living Parliament, we went to do other things
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— Constitution First 🇿🇦 (@Constitution_94) November 22, 2023
Tony Leon Profession
Albeit still an individual from the DA, he filled in as the South African Diplomat to Argentina under the ANC government from 2009 to 2012.
Leon started his political profession in 1989 when he was chosen for the South African Parliament as an individual from the Progressive faction. He filled in as the party’s chief from 1999 to 2007. During his residency, he was attributed with assisting with incorporating the Popularity based Union into a significant political power in South Africa.
In 2008, Leon was delegated South Africa’s Representative to Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay. He served in this job until 2012.
Leon is right now the Director of Resolve Interchanges, an advertising and correspondences firm. He is likewise an individual from the Top managerial staff of the South African Foundation of Foreign relations.
Soon after previous President Nelson Mandela’s passing in December 2013, Tony Leon distributed one more book, this time concerning Mandela’s administration and authority according to the viewpoint of the parliamentary resistance. ‘Inverse Mandela: Experiences with South Africa’s Symbol’ was distributed in May 2014 by Jonathan Ball Distributers.
Leon resigned as head of the DA on 5 May 2007. He was prevailed by Helen Zille who was chosen as the new party pioneer on 6 May 2007.
Starting around 2012, Leon has been a contracted reporter to Times Media Gathering Ltd, with his segments showing up week by week or month to month in Work Day, Sunday Times, and the Times separately.
In August 2009, President Zuma designated Leon as Minister to Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay. In the wake of getting political preparation, Leon took up his post in September. Leon followed numerous DA and Progressive faction individuals who became representatives, for example, Harry Schwarz, Zach de Lager, Douglas Gibson and Sandra Botha.