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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”


Ujamaa Centre for Biblical and Theological Community Development and Research

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 our history, our current contextual analysis, our organisational structure, our theological orientation, our programmes and campaigns, our resources, our partners, and how you can contact us. 



 

 

 

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 Jim Wallis

The Religion and Governance Programme of Ujamaa centre hosted Jim Wallis from the United States of America. He was at the University of KwaZulu- Natal, PMB Campus on the 11th August, for a Seminar. 
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. 


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Allan Boesak

 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
Time: 17h30-20h00
Topic: “Just, Brave Men: Luthuli, Mandela and the Jericho Road”

Click here to see a poster: Dr Allan Boesak Poster - 2014


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