A Visit with Bishop Nceba Bethlehem Nopece
Today was a long day of travel, 760 km (471 miles), 12 hours on the bus with stops. We are on the beautiful Indian Ocean in Port Elizabeth on our way to the Eastern Cape to the village of Malungeni. When we arrived tonight we sat down to visit with Bishop Nceba Bethlehem Nopece an Epispical bishop and Archdeacon Zwelidumile Tom from the diocese of Port Elizabeth. The topic of discussion was the continuing struggle of the black community to rise out of the age of apartheid, which, in many areas continues dispute the legal end of apartheid in 1994. These men, along with Reverend Spiwo Xapile agree that the key to this challenge is education as well as leadership training and mentoring with the black community.