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NetACT welcomes the OCRPL as its latest associate member

Photo: NetACT Executive Director, Prof. Len Hansen and OCRPL Co-Dean of studies, Dr Chris Sugden (in the middle, back row), with a group of Master’s in Theology students from St ...
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LIVE JUSTLY

This book is one of those MUST HAVE books. It contains a series of group studies to help you live justly in six key areas of life: advocacy, prayer, consumption, ...
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The significance of women’s right to hold leadership roles

My name is Teresa David-Panda. I am 29 years old, born in 1989, in Huambo Angola. I am newly married to Pr. Baptista Alberto Panda. I come from a family ...
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An alternative way of constructing manhood.

My name is Rev. Jerry Dooyum. I was born to the family of a retired Nigerian Army Captain, David Atindi- Orpin, in Gboko, Benue State of Nigeria, on 3rd September, ...
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AGM 2018

We pray for the AGM that will take place at HUGUENOT COLLEGE, WELLINGTON, SOUTH AFRICA 2 to 3 July 2018, plus subsequent meeting info 4-6 & 7-14 July Read more ...
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480 copies of “My brother Philemon” delivered!

#STELLENBOSCH: Students in the NetACT office at the Faculty of Theology, Stellenbosch University, were very excited when 480 copies of Steve Zimmerman’s commentary on Philemon, “My brother Philemon”, were delivered ...
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TBN’s gift of books to NetACT

Stellenbosch University and many of the other NetACT institutions, have received books from TBN (Theological Book Network) recently. Six boxes of books were delivered to the Faculty of Theology and ...
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New Applications to be presented at AGM, July 2018

PHOTO: NetACT's Board Members 2017 We are happy to announce three new NetACT applications to be presented at the AGM in July 2018: Pan African Christian University. Head School of ...
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The suffering in Nigeria

Dooyum Orpin of RTS at Mkar in Nigeria is doing his MTh at the University of Stellenbosch. According to him "People are being killed day in and day out by ...
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Visit to Kinkuni in Angola

The IERA church at Kinkuni was destroyed twice during 40 years of war in Angola. A church member rebuilt the church in 2009 (photo). In September 2017 the IERA church, ...
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