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Baso Sangqu (born 21 April 1968, in Idutywa, Eastern Cape) is the South African permanent representative to the United Nations. He was appointed on 17 March 2009, having served as deputy previously.
- 1996-8, Chief Education Specialist in the National Department of Education
- 2000, policy analyst and research consultant, Economic and Development Section of the Office of the President
- 2000, Director for Social and Economic Programmes, African Multilateral Development and Cooperation, Department of Foreign Affairs
- 2001, acting Chief Director for Marine, Environment, Science and Technology, Multilateral Development and Cooperation
- 2001-2, acting Chief Director for Economic Development, Multilateral Development and Cooperation in the South African Department of Foreign Affairs
- 2002-6, South Africa’s ambassador to the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
- 2007-9, deputy permanent representative to the United Nations
- Bachelor’s degree in commerce (economics and commercial law) from the University of Transkei
- Master’s degree in development economics from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee
- "United Nations Press Release". 16 March 2009. Retrieved January 29, 2013.
- ICC http://www.icc-cpi.int/NR/exeres/09944531-548B-467F-882D-06EF5937899B.htm
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