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Born in South Africa in 1950, Martin Plaut received his first degree from the University of Cape Town before going on to do an MA at the University of Warwick. In 1984 he joined the BBC, working primarily on Africa. He has reported from many parts of the continent but specialised in the Horn of Africa and Southern Africa. He became Africa editor, BBC World Service News, in 2003 and retired from the BBC in 2013. He then joined the Institute of Commonwealth studies as senior research fellow. In April and May 2013 he was based at the University of Cape Town as writer in residence at the centre for African studies. Martin Plaut has advised the Foreign & commonwealth office and the US State department. For two years he was an associate fellow of the Royal institute of international affairs, leading their Africa research programme, and continues to be an active member of Chatham house and the Royal African society. Publications include Who rules South Africa?, Jonathan Ball, 2012 (with Paul Holden).
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