Interview with Rothney S. Tshaka
From text: I started my theological training at the Faculty of Religion and Theology at the University of the Western Cape in 1997. After completing my BTh, I moved to the University of Stellenbosch to further my theological studies. The move to Stellenbosch happened as a result of a move of the URCSA to a different centre for the training of her candidates for the ministry. I completed an MDiv – cum Laude – as well as a Licentiate in Theology. I spent a brief period at the Vrije Universiteit van Amsterdam where I completed a Masters in Theology. I returned to the university where I completed my Doctorate in Theology. I have taught briefly at the Murray Theological College in Morgenster, Zimbabwe. My move from Zimbabwe was necessitated by a call to the New Brunswick Theological Seminary in New Jersey, where I occupied the position of Associate Professor of Community and Ethics as well as the Global Scholar on Ethics at the mentioned institution. Currently, I am at the Department of Philosophy, Practical and Systematic Theology at UNISA.