The UKZN Ujamaa Centre hosted Dr. Allan Boesak-a professor and founding director of the Desmond Tutu Centre for Peace, Reconciliation and Global Justice on 26th August 2014... Theme: Annual Mzwandile Memorial Lecture...Topic: “Just, Brave Men: Luthuli, Mandela and the Jericho Road”
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Religion & Governance Programme of Ujamaa: Hosted Jim Wallis from the United States of America. Jim Wallis is a public theologian, speaker, and international commentator on ethics and public life.
Not only is he a respected theologian, Jim Wallis is the founder of the Sojourners Movement which is a movement of progressive evangelical association. He will be at the University of KwaZulu- Natal, PMB Campus on the 11th August, for a Seminar. Click here to see a posterRev Jim Wallis public lecture - 2014 UKZN
The UKZN Ujamaa Centre hosted Dr. Allan Boesak-a professor and founding director of the Desmond Tutu Centre for Peace, Reconciliation and Global Justice... Theme: Annual Mzwandile Memorial Lecture
Date: 26 August 2014
Venue: Collin Webb Hall, UKZN, PMB
Topic: “Just, Brave Men: Luthuli, Mandela and the Jericho Road”
Click here to see a poster: Dr Allan Boesak Poster - 2014
Prof. Simanga Kumalo
Director of the Ujamaa Centre
Head of School (School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics)
Founder of the Religion and Governance Programme
Rev. Sithembiso Zwane,
Co-ordinator of Ujamaa Centre