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Fidelis Nkomazana

Methodist minister and pioneer of African theology, was born at Kroonstad in the Free State Province, South Africa, on 4 February 1925 as the third of six children of William Mabeleng and Rebecca Masetimela Setiloane. Setiloane attended primary and secondary school at Kroonstad and matriculated in 1941. He obtained a teacher’s certificate of education at Moroka Missionary Institute in Thaba Nchu in 1942 and taught in various South African mission and Bantu high schools in Heilbron, Saulspoort, Rustenburg, Ficksburg, Ventersburg, Kroonstad, and Maseru (Lesotho) from 1943 to 1948. He continued private studies through a distance learning program with the University of South Africa and demonstrated the indomitable spirit of a motivated achiever from his early life. His interest was mainly in the field of African studies, with a focus on Bantu languages and native administration; he graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in 1947. In 1948 ...