By Melissa Mungroo
Pretty Abraham and Siwakhile Ngcobo – postgraduate students from the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s (UKZN) School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics – are set to embark on an international exchange programme to the Free University in Amsterdam.
The programme forms part of Bridging Gaps, an initiative of the Centre for Contextual Biblical Interpretation – and the two will begin the programme in September.
The Bridging Gaps programme enables students from Latin America, Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East to work on their own research for a period of three months, under the auspices of a supervisor of the Protestant Theological University (PThU) or Vrije…
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