Mokhele J.S. Madise, Itumeleng D. Mothoagae


Before 1994, Black Liberation Theology saw it as its mission to be the voice of the voiceless in South Africa. This has always been a missiological discourse. Post-1994, or eighteen years into democracy, voice and voicelessness continue to be pertinent in missiological discourse. It is for this reason that missiological issues continue to shape society and reposition the voice of the voiceless not only in South Africa, but also on the continent and in the diaspora.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7832/40-3-27


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