Present: PhD at University of Cape Town, Centre for African Studies
2021: M.Phil Master of Philosophy: Theories of Justice and Inequality, University of Cape Town, Department of Sociology
2015: B. Ed. Education (Hons), Language Education, Educational Psychology, Universtiy of Cape Town, School of Education
2014: B. Ed., English and Psychology, University of the Western Cape, Faculty of Education
The study is meant to explore how the conceptual frameworks which govern the practises (as well as the actual practises themselves) of abathandazi (faith healers in the Southern African healing context) can lend themselves to providing insight for the configuration of a counter colonial African religion. The project will make use of immersion and other decolonial research methodologies to achieve its intended purpose.