Mantima Thekiso

Mantima Hadiyo Thekiso

Degrees Held Bachelor of Theology (UKZN) Bachelor of Theology-Honors (UKZN) Master in Theology (UKZN) Research Interests African Biblical Scholarship Hermeneutics Ecotheology Teaching Interests African Biblical Hermeneutics Biblical Interpretation (Tools and Methods) Complete Research Record Unpublished Masters Research 2012: Sukkot and the fertility of the earth as background to the interpretation of John 7: 37-39 in

Sithembiso S. Zwane

Sithembiso .S Zwane

Degrees Held DipTh, BTh hons, MTh, MA Development Studies Research Interests Intersectionality between the Bible and Development Intercultural Bible Reading Theologies of Work African Independent Churches (AICs) Teaching Interests Theology and Development Contextual Bible Reading Praxis Theology of Work Studies in African Initiated Churches Selected Publications Journal Articles Book Chapters Journal Articles West Gerald O.,

Nothando Happy-Girl Shandu

Nothando Happy-Girl Shandu

Degrees Held BSS – Geography and Environmental Management BAHons – Applied Ethics MA – Applied Ethics Research Interests Media ethics African ethic Bioethics Teaching Interests Christian ethics Environmental ethics Media ethics Professional and Workplace ethics Selected Publications Shandu, N. (2019). The Effects of Citizen Journalism on the Ethics of Journalism: The Case of the Marikana

Lungelo Siphosethu Mbatha

Degrees Held BSS PPL (UKZN) BAH Phil (UKZN) MA Phil, (UKZN) Research Interests African Philosophy Teaching Interests African Philosophy Selected Publications Lungelo Mbatha (2018), ‘Should race matter in our society? A ‘Born Free’ perspective. Transformation, 96. pp 71-94. DOI:10.1353/trn.2018.003

Monique Whitaker

About Monique Whitaker BA(Hons), MA (UCT), MA, PhD (CUNY) is a Lecturer in the School of Religion, Philosophy, & Classics (Philosophy) at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Her current research focus is on the epistemology of ignorance, especially its application to the South African case. She also has research interests in the epistemology and ethics of

Beverly Vencatsamy

As a lecturer, it is important that students emerge from my modules not only with a good knowledge of the text/themes itself but also with the necessary skills that would enable them to ask critical questions but also seek answers. This is especially important when teaching a course on religion, as in many instances there

Deepak Mistrey

External Research Profile ResearchGate Degrees Held PhD (UKZN) Masters (Philosophy, UKZN) Research Interests Metaphysics, Political Philosophy, Continental Philosophy Recent Publications The Gift of Law: Liberty, Legitimacy and Autonomy in ‘The Social Contract’ (SAJP)

Jacek Brzozowski

Jacek Brzozowski

External Research Profile ResearchGate Research Interests Metaphysics Philosophy of Mind

Che Chetty

External Research Profile ResearchGate Google Scholar Degrees Held Master of Arts/ M. A, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa Research Interests Hinduism, Asian Studies and Comparative Religious Studies Recent Publications Masters Dissertation Masters Dissertation Chetty, C. 2014. The Transgressive Nature of Shiva: An Investigation into the Transgressive Manifestations of the Deity Shiva in Hinduism. Durban: University