for Biblical and Theological Community Development and Research
Worker Sunday Campaign
Anti-Xenophobia Statement from the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics, University of KwaZulu-Natal
read the full statement here
The Ujamaa Centre is an interface between socially engaged biblical and theological scholars, organic intellectuals, and local communities of the poor, working-class, and marginalised. Together we use biblical and theological resources for individual and social transformation.
Welcome to our website! On this site you will find information on what the Ujamaa Centre is about, our history, our commitments, our current organisational structure, our programmes and campaigns, our resources, our partners, and how you can contact us.
Here you'll find our latest newsletter.
Ujamaa group photo February 2015, read more about the workshop
A welcome note from the Director's desk
Mzwandile R Nunes Memorial Lecture
Date: 27 November 2015
Theme: faith &development – a socio-economic journey from apartheid to liberation.
Time: 15h00 - 17h00
Venue: Colin Webb, Pietermaritzburg
Speaker: rev Sipho Mtetwa, faith based manager, office of the premier, KZN
Latest public lectures:
JL Dube lecture: September 10th
From 1st - 6th Nov. the Ujamaa centre facilitated a 'train the trainers' workshop in Nairobi, Kenia.
Here you'll find more information about the workshop
We facilitated a 3-day workshop together with the LGBTI-network on Homosexuality and the Bible
Sept. 02 - 04, 2015
HERE you'll find all our latest events
Prof. R Simangaliso Kumalo
Associate Professor: Religion and Governance
Director: Ujamaa Centre
School of Religion Philosophy and Classics
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Tel: +27 (33) 260 5850; Fax: +27 (33) 260 5858