Theologians

 

 

 


Courage Bakasa SJ

Having completed his philosophy and humanities studies
at Arrupe College in Harare,
Courage spent two years teaching
at St Ignatius College, Chishawasha.
He moved to Heythrop College, London for theology studies
in September 2012, expecting to complete this in 2015.

 


Ignatious Munyoro SJ
 
Ignatious Munyoro was born in Kadoma
and is the sixth born in a family of eight.
He completed his primary and secondary education
at Kuredza Primary School in Kadoma
and at Munyaradzi High School in Kadoma.
He joined the Society of Jesus in July 2006.
His hobbies include watching movies, news, documentaries,
bicycle riding, and playing volleyball.
After completing his regency at St Peter’s, Mbare,
teaching Computer Studies and Geography,
he is now studying theology at Hekima College, Nairobi. 

 

Anold Moyo SJ

Anold Moyo was born and raised in Bulawayo.
He went to Mthombowesizwe Primary School and Mzilikazi High School.
He completed his A Levels in 2003
and entered the Society of Jesus in 2004.
Upon completing his philosophical studies at Arrupe College in 2010,
he went to Lusaka for his regency
at the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection
where he worked as a programme officer
in the Faith and Justice Programme.
Following this, he studied for a Masters degree
in Development Studies.
at the School of African & Oriental Studies, London.
Currently he is studying theology at Hekima College, Nairobi.


Martin Nyadewo SJ

Martin hails from Mvurwi and entered the Society of Jesus in July 2006.
His first years in the Society were spent in Xavier House in Lusaka
during which he had his hospital experience in Choma Hospital,
and a pastoral experience in Chikuni Radio Station.
At the end of his first year at Arrupe, 
he had a chance of doing a French language immersion
in Kinshasa, DRC, which provided him with the opportunity 
to discover his interest in the language.
Martin enjoys playing tennis and acting..
He completed his philosophy studies at Arrupe College in 2012.
After working with the Jesuit Refugee Service in South Africa,
Martin is now teaching at St George's College in Harare.

 


Inos Chimire SJ

Inos harks from the Masvingo village of Chimire
and is the third born in a family of eight.
He schooled at Munyikwa High and Harare High Schools
and spent some time as a teacher
before joining the society in July 2007.
His hobbies include watching and playing soccer,
writing poems and articles and reading.
His interests include politics, advocacy, working with the youth
and composing and writing songs.
He completed his philosophy studies at Arrupe College in 2012.
Inos is now teaching at St Igatius College, Chishawasha. 

 


Clemence Mutimutema SJ

Clemence Mutmutema was born in Mazowe and brought up in Banket,
where he attended Banket Catholic Primary school. 
Secondary education was at Kuwadzana, 
after which he spent some time teaching. 
He joined the novitiate in 2006, where he had an experience
of helping with home based care at the Mother Theresa Centre. 
He is currently studying at Arrupe College,
is interested in sight seeing, music, writing short stories 
and weight lifting. 
He is happy to be  a Jesuit and wants to get involved in psychology 
and counselling after he completes his studies.  
After completing his philosophy studies at Arrupe College,
he worked with the Jesuit Refugee Service in South Africa. 
Clemence is now teaching at St Peter's Kubatana,


Collen Mutambirwa SJ 

Collen was born in Wedza in a family of four boys and three girls. 
He did all his education at St Anne’s Goto Secondary School. 
One of the greatest challenges he had during his high school years 
was to resist peer pressure. 
Through prayer, among many other Christian values, 
Collen became a well focused person 
and later joined the Society of Jesus in the year 2006. 
His maxim has been to dialogue with the Lord, by saying, 
“To whom shall we go Lord, you are our Saviour,” 
as said by Peter from the Gospel of John. 
Collen completed philosophy studies at Arrupe College in 2012,
then, after working in South Africa with the Jesuit Refugee Service,
he is now teaching at St Peter's Kubatana.
Collen is hard working and enjoys team work. 


 

Rudolph Nyamudo 

Rudolph Nyamudo was born and brought up in Mazowe,
where he also attended Primary school. 
His Secondary education was at Gweshe and Mufakose. 
During the novitiate he spent some time 
woking in a hospice and teaching. 
He enjoys music, jogging and swimming. 
When he completes his studies he wants to work in a Jesuit parish.
Rudolph completed philosophy & humanities studies
at Arrupe College in 2012.
After spending some time in Lebanon attending 
an inter-religious dialogue workshop,
in September 2012 he started teaching 
at Visitiation High School, Makumbi. 

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