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AICA meeting in Port Elizabeth. President EVM Maqina is addressing delegates flanked at the table by other AICA office-bearers: President S E Majola (left) and Bishop Qongqo (right). Bishop JE Makgalemele is further right (wearing a coat). Front left…
Moderator S E Majola & Mrs Majola (12 Sun Valley, Pimville) of the Presbyterian Church of Africa (14) at an AICA regional meeting in Soweto.
Unidentified Bishop with the Revd C F Beyers Naudé, Director of the Christian Institute of Southern Africa. He was building a house, had run into difficulties, and was seeking advice.
Members of WAAIC, the Women’s Assocation of the African Independent Churches. (See Martin West, Bishop s & Prophets in a Black City, pp 164-5.)
AICA Executive c July 1969. Front row (left to right): President EVM Maqina, Bishop S Manana (President) Bishop Qongqo; Back Row: Bishop MM Nkosi, President Mdletshe, Bishop CJ Bhengeza.
AICA Board of Management, c July 1969. Front row. Left to right: President EVM Maqina, Bishop S Manana (President) Bishop Qongqo, President Mdletshe; Back row: Bishop MM Nkosi, Bishop JE Makgalemele, Bishop CJ Bhengeza, Revd Goduka. Those not from…
Filming Amabandla AmaAfrika. At the headquarters of the Bantu Bethlehem Christian Apostolic Church of SA (1). From left to right: Archbishop M P Radebe, Francois Marais (cameraman), unknown sound engineer, Mrs L Radebe, David Fanning (director).
Filming Amabandla AmaAfrika. Francois Marais, cameraman and co-director, with unknown assistant.
Filming Amabandla AmaAfrika. David Fanning, Director. The Christian Institute sponsored a documentary film on the African Independent Churches. I provided a text for the commentary and arranged for most of the scenes. The film was made by David E…