Mahlatse Mashua is the Regional Director of RZIM in Africa and a member of the organisation’s global speaking team.
He is currently studying towards his MA in International Affairs at King’s College London.
Having studied Biochemistry at the University of KwaZulu Natal, he served as a pastor and elder at a church where he was also involved with training the congregation in evangelism and discipleship. He later studied Theology at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University and Apologetics at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics.
He is passionate about exploring the conversation about faith and culture, through surveying how people answer the big questions of life. As an itinerant speaker, he enjoys giving talks on several themes including the interface between Christian apologetics, justice, conflict resolution and race relations.
Mahlatse is married to Lusanda and they live in Cape Town with their three beautiful girls.