Bambo Miti

Bambo Miti has a Bachelor of Theology Honours degree and Master of Theology degree in systematic theology (MTh) from the University of South Africa. He is currently a PhD candidate in systematic theology at the same university. He is also an intern at the Protestant Theological Faculty, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, under the Coimbra Group Scholarship. He has presented papers at notable international conferences. His research interests straddle along African theology, African Pentecostalism, ecumenism, reconciliation, and migration. His doctoral research focuses on the role of faith traditions (African Pentecostalism) in dealing with the problem of violence and xenophobia in the local South African communities. Miti is a religious leader within the Pentecostal church, and was a Social Science Research Council’s (SSRC’s) Next Gen Proposal Research Fellow (2022-2023).

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