Working Paper by Sithandiwe Yeni on Traditional Leadership, Violation of Land Rights and Resistance from Below in Makhasaneni Village KwaZulu-Natal
Towards A Mining Vision 2030 Working Paper by Joel Netshitenzhe
Nanotechnology Book Launch
Tsitsi Dangarembga Nervous Conditions Lecture and Video Link
Indlulamithi South Africa Scenarios 2030 Website
Seeking the Ethical Foundations of the SA Nation Book Launch - 28 February 2018
Mapungubwe Annual Lecture 2018 by Tsitsi Dangarembga - 20 March 2018
Maths In SA Book Launch
Traditional Leadership in a Constitutional Democracy Working Paper 2
NGGPC Declaration “Prioritize People and Planet: A New Agenda for Global Progress
MISTRA’s research covers nation-formation, economic growth and social equity.
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In this Working Paper, Sithandiwe Yeni explores resistance by people over land rights violations by traditional leadership. Her paper forms part of an ongoing MISTRA research project on ‘Mediating Convergence and Divergence: Traditional Leadership and Customs in a Constitutional Democracy’.
Working Paper by Executive Director, Joel Netshitenzhe for the MISTRA priority research project on The Political Economy of Mining in South Africa, titled 'Towards Mining Vision 2030'.
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