“What is the “Good News” for the poor today? The dominant culture of entitlement, cronyism, nepotism and kleptocracy is entrenched in our political discourse. The people’s urgency and mass mobilization […]
Our partner, the Ujamaa Center at the University of KwaZulu-Natal recently produced their 2017 Program Flyer highlighting programmatic goals and strategy. The Ujamaa Centre at the University of KwaZulu-Natal represents […]
The Ujamaa Centre of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, in partnership with The Other Foundation, the Pietermaritzburg Gay & Lesbian Network, and the KwaZulu Natal Christian Council, inaugurated an annual Eudy
The 2015 John Langalibalele Dube memorial Lecture is part of the annual Ujamaa Lecture series, this time exquisitely presented by renowned South African Playwright Dr Duma Ndlovu.
This lecture comes at […]
As part of his visit to UKZN’s Ujamaa Centre, Rev. Dr Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. delivered an informative lecture highlighting the “African-American experience and its historical, theological and political context.” He […]
As part of the public lectures hosted by the Ujamaa Centre at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, we are happy to present the August 24th lecture by Dr. Allan Boesak on […]
The CIHA Blog in its continual coverage on the Ujamaa Centre speaker series at UKZN is excited to announce a lecture by Dr Allan Boesak scheduled for the 24th of August, 2015.
How does African biblical theology connect to nationalism and challenge colonialism? Professor Gerald West (UKZN) superbly addresses this question in his lecture titled, “The contribution of Prophet Isaiah Shembe to African Biblical […]