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Children at the Forefront

A history of Thandanani Children's Foundation (1989-2009) Read More....

Ted Rogers

Follow the journey of Ted Rogers SJ, one of the most famous priests in Zimbabwe:merchant seaman torpedoed off the West African coast during World War II; trainee Jesuit for ten years Read More....

Pastor and Politician
R. Simangaliso Kumalo

Essays on the legacy of JL Dube, the first President of the African National Congress
This book aims to revive the legacy of John Langalibalele Dube who made a tremendous contribution to the liberation of the African people in South Africa. Read More....

A Journey Towards Healing
Edited by: Philippe Denis, Scott Houser and Radikobo Ntsimane

The twenty-six stories collected in this book were told by survivors of violence, oppression and abuse who took part in ‘Healing of Memories’ workshops run by various Christian organisations under the coordination of the KwaZulu-Natal Christian Council.Read More....

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The Native School that caused all the trouble
Philippe Denis and Graham Duncan

Established in 1963 in Alice in the Eastern Cape, a short distance from the University College of Fort Hare, the Federal Theological Seminary of Southern Africa, popularly known as Fedsem, occupies a unique place in South African history. Read More....

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When Religion and Health Align: Mobilising Religious Health Asse
Editors: James R Cochrane, Barbara Schmid, Teresa Cutts

These selected essays, originally presented at the African Religious Health Assets Programme (ARHAP) International Colloquium in Cape Town in 2009, include several cutting edge studies and reflections on the increasingly important interface of religion and public health. Read More....

Regaining sanity for the earth
Klaus Nurnberger

For centuries science and faith have been drifting apart. Science lost its transcendent foundations, faith lost its credibility. Science conquered the future; faith got stuck in the past. Science unleashed unprecedented powers; faith became a private pastime. Read More....

David J.Bosch
J.N.J. Kritzinger & W. Saayman

The book looks at Bosch's life from different angles. In the first section a few close acquaintances write about how they experienced him. Read More....

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Indians versus Russians
Philippe Denis, Radikobo Ntsimane and Thomas Cannell authors

Between 2003 and 2007, researchers from the Sinomlando Centre, University of KwaZulu-Natal interviewed survivors from the civil war waged in the late 1980s and early 1990s Read More....

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Mission on the Margin
M.J. de Haan

A Case Study on Reformed Mission Prospects in eNkumane, KwaZulu-Natal: "The author provides a rich description of the socio-economic, cultural and political life in the area he reviews. Read More....

KWABAKA - A story of compassionate care in a rural Zulu community
Jon Larsen

Isandlwana, Zululand, November 1879: A young couple arrived to set up a mission station next to the battlefield. They lived out their productive lives in the area. The Charles Johnson Memorial Hospital was established to commemorate their work. Read More....

Broken Bodies and Healing Communities
Neville Richardson

The book not only contributes to the academic debate about the pandemic but it provides a tool that needs to find a space in every household, as this would directly contribute to the government's as well as to the Religious Leaders' Awareness Campaign Read More....

Journeying for Justice
Compiled by the PACSA 30th anniversary collective

What moves ordinary people to risk their comfort for the sake of others? What moves people to remain hopeful in times of despair? What moves people to take great risks to act against their oppression? Read More....

 

Ted Rogers Memoirs