|NELSON MANDELA: A LEGACY TRANSCENDING CENTURIES – THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES|
A tribute to NELSON ROLIHLAHLA MANDELA by Joel Netshitenzhe, Executive Director of MISTRA.
|THE EVOLUTION OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN STATE POST-1994|
THE EVOLUTION OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN STATE POST-1994
29 November 2013, 09h30
FOCUS ROOMS, THE CORE
|Patronage Politics Divides Us: A Study of Poverty, Patronage and Inequality in South Africa|
Executive Summary: Patronage Politics Divides Us: A Study of Poverty, Patronage and Inequality in South Africa. To download the Executive Summary of the report click here.
|THE VISION OF SEME 107 YEARS ON|
MISTRA Executive Director, Joel Netshitenzhe presented the First Lecture in the Pixley ka Isaka Seme Annual Lecture Series at Columbia University in New York on 29th October 2013. Hosted jointly by the South African Consulate General and The Institute of African Studies at Columbia, the title of the lecture is: "The Vision of Seme 107 Years On: Is Civilization Still a Dream and is the Regeneration of Africa Possible?"
|THE SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNEY TO A SOCIAL COMPACT|
On the 17th October 2013, the Mapungubwe Institute held a dinner at the Wanderers Club in effort to garner support for the future work of the Institute, and also to reflect on the work and achievements of the institute since its launch in 2010 . Mr Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the keynote address to an audience of MISTRA patrons.
|Executive Summary- South Africa and the Global Hydrogen Economy: The Strategic Role of PGM|
To download an executive summary of the research report on 'South Africa and the Global Hydrogen Economy: The Strategic Role of Platinum Group Metals', please follow the link