Samuel Waje Kunhiyop
Samuel Waje Kunhiyop is Head of the Postgraduate School, South African Theological Seminary. He was previously the Provost and Professor of Theology and Ethics at Jos ECWA Theological Seminary (JETS). He holds a BA (JETS), MAET (Western Seminary, Portland, Oregon), and PhD (Trinity International University, Illinois) He is an ordained minister with the Evangelical Church of West Africa (ECWA).
Tersur A. Aben
Tersur Aben (PhD, Calvin Theological Seminary, USA) is a professor of systematic and philosophical theology at the Theological College of Northern Nigeria, where he once served as college president. He is an ordained pastor in the Universal Reformed Christian Church (NKST) in Nigeria.
Jane Adhimabo Chiroma
COLLIUM BANDA is a Langham Scholar who studied at the Theological College of Zimbabwe, the University of South Africa (Unisa) and at Stellenbosch University in South Africa, where he completed a doctoral thesis in 2016 entitled Empowering Hope? Jürgen Moltmann’s Eschatological Challenge to Ecclesiological Responses in the Zimbabwean Context of Poverty. He has held a church pastorate and military chaplaincy in Zimbabwe and lectures on systematic theology and theological ethics at the Theological College of Zimbabwe. His research interests include Christian doctrines in the African public space, African traditional religions, African indigenous knowledge systems and Christianity in African contexts of poverty.
Olo Ndukwe (PhD, Stellenbosch University, South Africa) is the rector of Hugh Goldie Lay/Theological Training Institution, Arochukwu, Abia State, Nigeria, and an associate research fellow at Stellenbosch University. He teaches systematic theology, public theology and theology and development and has published books and articles in reputable journals.
Ester Rutoro (PhD, Zimbabwe Open University) coordinates the Research Based Curriculum Development Unit at the Reformed Church University (RCU) in Zimbabwe, where she is also in charge of quality assurance. She teaches research methods and statistics. Ester was deeply involved in teacher education from 2007 to April 2019 when she joined RCU. She has served as dean of students and gender advisor at Morgenster Teachers’ College (MTC), Masvingo, Zimbabwe.
Samuel Peni Ango
Samuel Peni Ango (PhD, Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso) is a professor of Christian education at UMCA Theological College, Ilorin, and currently the provost of the Theological College of Northern Nigeria (TCNN), Bukuru.
Ernst M. Conradie
Ernst M. Conradie (PhD, Stellenbosch University, South Africa) is senior professor in the Department of Religion and Theology at the University of the Western Cape in South Africa where he teaches systematic theology and ethics.
Danie P. Veldsman (PhD, University of Pretoria, South Africa) is the head of the Department of Systematic and Historical Theology, Faculty of Theology and Religion, at the University of Pretoria, where he teaches systematic theology.
Daniel Rikichi Kajang
Daniel Rikichi Kajang (PhD, St Clement University, British West Indies) is currently a senior governance specialist in procurement with the World Bank. He has previously served as a public health officer with the Kaduna State public service and as head of the Procurement and Asset Management Division at the National Agency for Control of AIDS (NACA), Abuja, Nigeria. Dr Kajang is an ordained minister of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA).
Kajit J. Bagu
Esther Mombo is a Professor at St. Paul’s University in Limuru, Kenya. She teaches in the Faculty of Theology of St. Paul’s University and her research interests span the fields of church history, and theology and gender in church and society. She is a founder member of the Tamar Campaign in Kenya, a mechanism that seeks to acknowledge the existence of gender-based violence in the society and empower and facilitate churches to address this concern. She is a member of the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians. She is a graduate of St. Paul’s University, University of Dublin, and University of Edinburgh.
DR BABATUNDE ADEDIBU holds a PhD in Missiology from North West University, South Africa. He is an Associate Professor and the Provost of the Redeemed Christian Bible College, Lagos, an affiliate of Redeemer University, Ede, Nigeria. He is also Research Associate with the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, Cambridge, UK.
Benaya Niyukuri (PhD candidate, Stellenbosch University, South Africa) is a research fellow in the Department of Practical Theology and Missiology at Stellenbosch University. He is the founding director of Paraclete Counselling Mission, a faith-based organization at Havana Informal Settlement in Windhoek, Namibia, that offers counselling and Christian education services to orphans and vulnerable children, people living with HIV and AIDS, and people dependent on alcohol and drugs.
Johnson A. Mbillah
Johnson A. Mbillah (PhD, University of Birmingham, UK) teaches world religions/comparative study of religions, Islam and Christian-Muslim relations at Trinity Theological Seminary, Legon, Accra. He was formerly general advisor to the Programme for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa (PROCMURA), Nairobi, Kenya.
Theodros Assefa Teklu
Theodros Assefa Teklu (PhD, University of Manchester, UK) teaches theology and ethics at the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology, and is a research fellow in systematic theology and ecclesiology at Stellenbosch University.
Sipho Mahokoto (PhD, Stellenbosch University, South Africa) lectures in ethics and public theology at Stellenbosch University. He also serves as part-time minister of the Uniting Reformed Church in Southern Africa, Kayamandi, Stellenbosch.
Dwight S. M. Mutonono
DR DWIGHT S. M. MUTONONO is the executive director at Africa Leadership and Management Academy (ALMA) in Harare, Zimbabwe. During his many years as a pastor, administrator and educator in Zimbabwe he has witnessed many abuses of power which have strengthened his commitment to the importance of stewardship.
Bimbo Fafowora (PhD candidate, Stellenbosch University, South Africa) holds a master’s degree in communication and language arts from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Her research interests are media, fake news, gender and politics.
Rahab N. Nyaga
Rahab Njeri Nyaga (PhD, Kenyatta University, Kenya) is a senior lecturer in communication in the Department of Communication, Languages and Linguistics at Pan Africa Christian University, Nairobi, Kenya. She is a member of the Public Relations Society of Kenya (PRSK) and chaired the 2019 Taskforce on Public Relations and Communication Management Law in Kenya. She is a lead author of the book An Introduction to Communication and has also published several peer-reviewed articles on communication and public relations. Dr Nyaga has headed departments of communication in two different universities and has served as PAC University’s academic dean and as dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Ofonime Inyang (PhD, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa) teaches courses in media drama, directing, oral literature, contemporary theatre and advanced research in the creative industries at the University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. He studies the intersection of cultural policy in sustainable development in sub-Saharan Africa with emphasis on the Nigerian and South African contexts.
Idaresit Inyang (PhD candidate, Stellenbosch University, South Africa) is affiliated with the Department of Theatre Arts, University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. She develops creative arts programmes for children and youth.
Maggie Madimbo (PhD, Eastern University, USA) is vice chancellor of the African Bible College, Lilongwe, Malawi. She specializes in leadership studies and is the author of Transformative and Engaging Leadership: Lessons from Indigenous African Women.
NATHAN CHIROMA is the Dean of the school of Theology and acting Head of department of Children and Youth ministry at Pan Africa Christian University, Nairobi Kenya and a research Associate, department of practical theology and Missiology, University of Stellenbosch. He has been serving in theological education for the last 30 years, following his work as a pastor spanning different countries. Nathan has a PhD in Practical Theology from the University of Stellenbosch.
MATTHEW MICHAEL is presently a Research Fellow at the Department of Old and New Testaments at Stellenbosh University, South Africa and the Academic Dean of ECWA Theological Seminary in Kagoro, Nigeria. He has published several articles on the literary and artistic features of the Hebrew narratives.
ALFRED SEBAHENE is a full-time lecturer, researcher and consultant at St John’s University of Tanzania, Dodoma. He gained a PhD in Systematic Theology, Public Theology and Ecclesiology from Stellenbosch University, Cape Town, South Africa. He is on the editorial board of the African Journal for Transformational Scholarship (AJTS) and assists NGO’s, churches and other organizations in understanding, formulating and responding to public policy. He is a priest in the Anglican Church and prior to working in higher theological education, Alfred spent fifteen years with the Diocese of Kagera, Tanzania.