Alumni Publications


De Wet, Jacques (M.A.) Identity and world view issues in rural development: a case study: reintegration of ex-street children into communities in rural Transkei
Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Cape Town

Diaz, Herbert Ndango (Ph.D.) A definitive edition and analysis of the Tjakova myth of the Vakavango
In Namibian Government, Director of National Cultural Heritage

Field, David Nugent (M.A.) The new Westminister theology and South African evangelicalism: a critical evaluation of John Frame’s methodology and epistemology with a view towards the development of a contextual evangelical theory.
Coordinator for Theological Education and research fellow of the University of Zululand in South Africa.

Gregorowski, Christopher (M.A.) Anglican identity and contemporary relevance: A critical study of the Partners in Mission process within the Church of the Province of Southern Africa. Retired Anglican clergy and author.

Kretzschmar, Louise (Ph.D.) The privatisation of the Christian faith amongst South African Baptists: with particular reference to its nature, extent, causes and consequences.
Professor, Department of Systematic Theology and Theological Ethics, UNISA

Matsoso, Irene Martina Litseoane (M.A.) Luke and the marginalised: an African feminist’s perspective on three Lukan parables (Luke 10:25-37, 15:8-10, 18:1-8). Catholic Sister, Member of Holy Cross; principal of Masentle Commercial High School.

Msomi, Vivian Victor (Ph.D.) Pastoral counselling in South Africa with special reference to the Zulu. Academic, LTI Academic Principal (Practical Theology), University of KwaZulu Natal; retired Lutheran pastor.

Omar, Abdul Rashied (M.A.) Ibn Hazm on the doctrine of Tahrif.  Imam Omar is a Research Scholar of Islamic Studies & Peacebuilding at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies.

Phiri, Isabel Apawo (Ph.D.) African women in religion and culture: Chewa women in the Nkhoma Synod of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian: a critical study from women’s perspective. HOD and Professor of African Theology at the School of Religion and Theology, University of KwaZulu Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa was appointed the General Coordinator of the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians from 2002 to 2007.