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MISTRA Commemorates 40 Years Since the June 16 1976 Uprising

Millennial Dialogue

Millennial Dialogue Survey Findings

Reflections on Global Youth Attitudes towards Politics @ Millennial Dialogue Roundtable

Millennial Dialogue Survey Findings

Millennial Dialogue Survey Findings

Millennial Dialogue Roundtable

MISTRAy Team: Siphokazi Sigenu; David Maimela; Siphokazi Mdidimba; Zama Mazibuko; Asanda Luwaca and Dudu Mokoele

Ms Xolelwa Kashe-Katiya @ Millennial Dialogue Roundatble

Presentation of the Millennial Dialogue Report: South Africa @ Millennial Dialogue Roundtable

 

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Black Industrialists in t ... 29 Jun 2016

The Mapungubwe Institute (MISTRA) together with the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) will be hosting the Black Industrialists in the Green Economy Roundtable. The focus of the event will be to explore options for implementation of some of the major insights from the MISTRA publication; Earth Wind and Fire (EWF): Unpacking the political, economic and security implications of discourse on the Green Economy. The production of the book was funded by the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), through the Green Fund initiative.

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Getting to the Core of St ... 27 May 2016 Joel Netshitenzhe, Executive Director

Mapungubwe Institute’s (MISTRA) Executive Director, Joel Netshitenzhe's lecture on the Relationship Between Party and State at the Management of African Political Parties School (MAPPS) in Johannesburg on the 24 May 2016.

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Tribute and Reflection on ... 24 May 2016

Mapungubwe Institute's Executive Director, Joel Netshitenzhe's tribute at Mtholephi Mthimkhulu's rememberance ceremony on 25 June 2016.

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MISTRA Monthly Briefing 37 26 May 2016

In issue Number#37 we report on: • The African Millennial Dialogue Roundtable held in partnership with the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), Global Progressive Forum (GPF) and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) which took place on 20 May 2016 at the WITS Club • MISTRA’s 5th Annual Lecture presented by Prof Vivek Chibber on 16 March 2016 • ‘The revival of a Developmental State: Prospects and Shortcomings’ by Asanda Luwaca • Presentation by Joel Netshitenzhe at the Closing Session of the 5th China-Africa Think Tank Forum, China-Africa Capacity Co-operation and Africa’s Industrialisation • A range of media articles and interviews, including ‘Youth could surprise us all’ by Sedireng Lerakong, ‘MISTRA’s Sedica Davids appointed in WiASA Task Team’, ‘State's role in developmental starts with good governance' by Prof Mzukisi Qobo, ANC needs to fire Zuma themselves’ by Mcebisi Ndletyana, ‘Moving on from dead white men’ by Jeffrey Sehume, and radio interviews with Ralph Mathekga, Head of Political Economy Faculty • The appointment of Ms Zamanzima Mazibuko as a Researcher for KESA and Ms Siphokazi Mdidimba as the Publications Assistant We hope you find our Monthly Briefings informative and invite you to visit our website, where you will find more information on our research, key papers and media on MISTRA. If you wish to unsubscribe, please click on unsubscribe at the top of the newsletter.

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