MISTRA 2017-2018 Annual Report
Working Paper by Dr Aninka Claassens on Mining Magnates and Traditional Leaders: The Role of Law in Elevating Elite Interests and Deepening Exclusion 2002-2018
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
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Presentation by Executive Director, Joel Netshitenzhe at the University of Western Cape Student Development & Support- Leadership Conversations on the 16 August 2018.
In this Working Paper, Dr Aninka Claassens offers a timely evaluation of the role that law has played in characterising traditional leadership in a post-apartheid context.
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