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Thursday 17 October | 2013

The booklet is the Mapungubwe Institute's first publication based on the initial research work of the Institute's research team working on the project "Mapungubwe Reconsidered". A hard copy of the booklet is available from MISTRA at a cost to cover postage and admin of R50 for postage within South Africa and R100 for postage outside South Africa. Please place your orders with Luvo Mveya at luvom@mistra.org.za.

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Friday 23 November | 2012

Book Release: “South African Development? Perspectives in Question” By Leslie Dikeni MISTRA is proud to announce the book release of “South African Development? Perspectives in Question”, a contemporary monograph by Leslie Dikeni Senior Researcher in MISTRA’s Faculty of Humanity.

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Monday 17 October | 2011

Having completed a year of existence, the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection (MISTRA) is proud to discharge its duty of releasing this, our first Annual Report. The Report covers the period from the Institute’s inception in the first quarter of 2010 to the end of the financial year in February 2011. In this period, what started off as a dream has steadily grown into an important platform for research and intellectual engagement on critical issues facing our country. At the core of MISTRA’s work is research on strategic issues with a bearing on South Africa’s development trajectory.

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Monday 17 October | 2011

The year under review (2011/12) marks the second full year of the existence of the Mapungubwe Institute. It is a year that can be characterised as one of serious learning and development, as we pursue the objective of building a fully-fledged institute of strategic research and reflection.

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Monday 17 October | 2011

This version of the MISTRA Corporate Profile was updated in February 2011.

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MISTRA Archives

Mr Ndletyana comments . . .

Mr Ndletyana writes on SA Sovereignty following the Gupta-Zuma Affair and Mr Sekibakiba Peter Lekgoathi expresses his views on the relevance of chieftainship

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Encouraging debate to . . .

Mahmood Mamdani – man on a mission to find answers to worldwide political and social challenges, writes Janet Smith.

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