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The Mudjadji dynasty 2008 /  Mathole Kherofo Motshekga edited by Marie-Lais Emond
 

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The Mudjadji dynasty : the principles of female leadership in African cosmology.

The primary aim of the study was to investigate the principles of female leadership in southern Africa, with special reference to the Mudjadji cosmology.  The process involved tracing the origins of these principles back to Ancient Ethiopia - more specifically to the provinces of Napata and Meroe in the Sudan - and even further, to show that these principles are directly linked to the African cosmology and the goddess Mwari

Something about the author:

 Dr. Mathole Kherofo Motshekga is the founder and executive director of the Kara Heritage Institute, which promotes the study of African history and culture, and an advocate of the Supreme Court of South Africa.

He is legal adviser to the Mudjadji Royal Council, the National Coalition of Traditional Leaders, and the National House of Traditional Leaders of South Africa.

He is a former premier of Gauteng, and chair and deputy chair of the African National Congress (ANC) in that province.  He serves on numerous national task teams and committees.

Dr Motshekga holds a B Juris (Unisa); LLB (Unisa); and LLM (Harvard), and is an honorary professor of political sciences of the University of Pretoria.

He has also been a visiting scholar in the African Studies Centre at Harvard University in the United States; a visiting lecturer in law at the University of Freiburg; and a research fellow of the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, also in Freiburg, Germany.

He regularly speaks  on radio and TV about issues relating to African heritage.  Dr. Motshekga was born in 1949 in Balobedu, home of South Africa's fabled Rain Queens.

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Source : The Mudjadji dynasty : the principles of female leadership in African cosmology / Mathole Kherofo Motshekga  ; edited by Marie-Lais Emond
       
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