Burke, Michael Terence (M.A.) Religious education as a multi-process curriculum .
Field, David Nugent (Ph.D.) Reformed theology, modernity and the environment crisis.Co-ordinator for Theological Education and research fellow of the University of Zululand in South Africa.
Harris, James Ian (Ph.D.) Baptist identity in ecumenical context: a critical exposition of the 1987 Statement on Baptist Principles of the Baptist Union of South Africa.
Kraybill, Ronald Sherer (Ph.D.) An anabaptist paradigm for conflict transformation: critical reflections on peacemaking in Zimbabwe. Associate professor in the Conflict Transformation Program at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg.
Manona, Ncumisa Theodora (M.Soc.Sc.) Woman is a Parable. Academic at Centre for Gender Studies at the University of Venda.
Nantanga, Lukas Llikola (M.Soc.Sc.) Towards an ethics of sustainable development: a contribution to the debate on a theology of economics in he ecumenical movement. Lead Consultant at Endogenous Knowledge Consultancy Research Company.
Patel, Azizur Rahman (M.A.) A critique of contemporary Islamist political philosophy with specific regard to the concept of Islamic state.
Businessman in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Rafudeen, Auwais (M.A.) Government perceptions of Cape Muslim exiles: 1652-1806.
Lecturer at the International Peace Varsity South Africa (IPSA) and director of its research wing "Institute for the Study of Current Islam".
Rakotsoane, Francis Lobiane Clement (M.Soc.Sc.) Religion of the ancient Basotho with special reference to "water snake"
Academic at University of Lesotho
Shaikh, Sa’diyya Sulayman (M.A.) Battered women in Muslim communities in the Western Cape: religious constructions of gender, marriage, sexuality and violence. Senior Lecturer, Department of Religious Studies, University of Cape Town.
Sogiba, Zolile Sydney (M.A.) Steve Bantu Biko: politician, `historian’ and `proponent’ of African traditional religion. Retired clergy in the Anglican Church in Cape Town.
Stonier, Janet Elizabeth Thornhill (M.A.) Oral into written: an experiment in creating a text for African religion. Researcher, Author, Teacher.