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DAILY TRUST African of the Year Award
Statement by Dr Salim Ahmed Salim, current Chairman of the Advisory Board DAILY TRUST African of the Year Award.
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Building Africa’s new thought leaders.
The Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute this week celebrated the graduation of its first intake of students who it hopes are set to become a new breed of African leaders. City Press. August 12, 2012 

Africa must embrace educated leaders.
Sunday Independent. August 12, 2012

TMALI displays its thought leaders. The Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute (TMALI) has produced its first 141-strong group of thought leaders in a ceremony jointly organised by the Thabo Mbeki Foundation and Unisa on 6 August 2012.

26 Nov 2012 -25 Jan 2013


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Blind achiever unfazed by fall
A KNEE injury has forced a blind student and one of the country's top achievers to miss his institution's graduation ceremony where he was to receive a certificate in leadership. Read more...

Grooming Africa’s leaders
The Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute (TMALI), held a two-day colloquium on 14 June 2012, with an overarching theme on the role of African leaders in uplifting the continent

Authentic and adequate leadership needed for Africa: The type of leaders required by Africa are men and women of reason, who are qualified and capable of holding their own in world affairs, and who can be trusted in their dealings with people and resources.
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TMALI first semester class of 2012, a Story of Hope for Africa.
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Breeding thought leaders.
The launch of the TMALI's first short course, held in the Senate Hall this week, marked the genesis of the breeding process of thought leaders.

67 ways to change the world.
Mandela Day, on 18 July, is an annual international day which was adopted by the United Nations and which inspires individuals to take action to help change the world for the better.