Launched in 2010, the Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute (TMALI) serves as a platform to groom change agents who could address and solve African challenges and issues. The institute also plays a significant role in priming tomorrow’s leaders with numerous students applying for admission every year and taking initiatives that seek to implement what they learn at TMALI.
Five Short Learning Programmes are offered by TMALI. These programmes aim to, amongst other things, inspire students to define what needs to be done to achieve Africa's renaissance.
All TMALI programmes have specific entry requirements.
Get more details on the specific programmes and how to apply for admission here
Public discussion: The Ties That Bind - One Family, Different Abodes, 3 March 2014. Read more
Venue updated for contact sessions: Monday 3 March at Kgorong Building Functions Hall, level 4, Muckleneuk Campus; Tuesday 4 March at Sunnyside campus, Building 13.
Congratulations to everyone who managed to enrol for the first semester, please note that your 1st contact session will be on 3 & 4 March 2014 at UNISA main campus.
International Women's Day celebration: TMALI hosts a Roundtable discussion and Cocktail function on 8 March. Read more
Note: Afrikan Feminist and Gender Studies programme will only be offered from June 2014
4th African Unity for Renaissance Conference, 22 – 24 May 2014, Pretoria, South Africa
Theme: OAU/AU @ 50 and Beyond: The Quest for ‘African Solutions for African Problems’ (ASAP)
Updated 25 February 2014
There are a wide range of TMALI related books and DVDs on offer.