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|The Right Reverend
Ebenezer St Mark Ntlali
|Bishop of Grahamstown|
|In office||2007 – present|
Richmond, Northern Cape
|Previous post||Archdeacon of King William's Town|
He trained for the priesthood at St Bede's College, Transkei, and has a bachelor's degree in church history and systematic theology from Rhodes University. He was archdeacon of King William's Town until his ordination to the episcopate in 2007.
Notes and references
- Asendorpf, Dirk (2001). Hamburger Beiträge zur Afrika-Kunde (in German). Hamburg, Germany: Deutsches Institut für Afrika-Forschung & Institut für Afrika-Kunde.
- Crockford's Clerical Directory. Oxford University Press. 1973.
- Parle, Julie (2003). "Witchcraft or Madness? The Amandiki of Zululand, 1894-1914*". Journal of Southern African Studies. 29 (1): 105–132. doi:10.1080/0305707032000060502. ISSN 0305-7070.
- Siphelo Dyongman (6 Dec 2013). "Carry each other's burdens - Bishop Ntlali". Grocott's Mail. Retrieved 2014-09-03.
- AvuyileMngxitama-Diko (16 Nov 2012). "Respect our special days, says Bishop Ebenezer". Grocott's Mail. Retrieved 2014-09-03.
- Thabo Jijana (23 March 2011). ": They've got nothing on us, say activists | Abahlali baseMjondolo". Grocott's Mail. Retrieved 2014–09–03. Check date values in:
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