Rocky Malebane-Metsing was a member of the African National Congress in the 1990s. In 1988, a coup ousted Lucas Mangope, president of Bophuthatswana, and installed Malebane-Metsing, who at the time was leader of the Progressive People's Party, as president. Fifteen hours later, the South African government sent troops in and reinstated Mangope. After the 1994 elections, he was appointed MEC for Agriculture in North West Province of South Africa, but he resigned from the ANC after political differences.
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He is the member of the Rustenburg Mayoral Committee
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