By Gugulethu Dlamini
Bishop Mandlenkhosi Zwane was a man who overcame a number of barriers to justice and peace, including the following:
Cultural indifferences – through his support, vision and caring ministry to both South African and Mozambican refugees as well as the SADC region.
Conceptual difficulties – by welcoming the idea of the community extension programme He was delighted by the community extension programme facilitated by Prof. Stan of eSwatini, and he requested that the initiative be extended to his church. But then, he realised he needed skills on the programme, so he requested permission from his church to attend a course on community extension programmes. Continue reading ““He lived among us””