|"The Most Reverend
|"Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town
former "Primate of the "Anglican Church of Southern Africa
2 April 1941 |
|Previous post||"Bishop of Kimberley and Kuruman|
|"Alma mater||"King's College London|
Njongonkulu Winston Hugh Ndungane (born 2 April 1941) is a retired South African Anglican bishop and a former prisoner on "Robben Island. He was the "Bishop of Kimberley and Kuruman and "Archbishop of Cape Town.
In March 1960 he was involved in anti-"Pass Law demonstrations while a student at the "University of Cape Town and was later arrested for his anti-apartheid activities. From August 1963 he served a three-year sentence on "Robben Island as a political prisoner. On his release he was served with a two-year "banning order.
Ndungane decided to seek ordination during his imprisonment on Robben Island. In 1971 the "Most Reverend "Robert Selby Taylor, "Archbishop of Cape Town, sent him to St Peter’s College, "Alice, Eastern Cape. He was ordained a "deacon in December 1973 and a priest in July 1974. He served his first "curacy in "Athlone, Cape Town in the "Diocese of Cape Town. In 1975 he left South Africa for "King's College London, where he earned his Bachelor of Divinity and Master of Theology degrees while he was a curate in "London.
After his time in London he had a short time as an assistant "chaplain at St George’s Church in "Paris. He returned to South Africa in 1980 and was appointed the "rector of St Nicholas' Matroosfontein. "Phillip Russell, archbishop of Cape Town, appointed him as his representative in the "Diocese of Johannesburg
In 2006, he founded African Monitor, a pan-African non-profit organization that monitors both the fulfillment of the promises of both aid-giving and aid-receiving countries.
|"Anglican Church of Southern Africa titles|
"George Alfred Swartz
|"Bishop of Kimberley and Kuruman
1991 – 1996
"Itumeleng Baldwin Moseki
|"Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town
1996 – 2007