Moyo Mapendla (ca. 1913-1969)
Moyo Mapendla was an outstanding educator in the school system of the Brethren in Christ Church in what is now Zimbabwe. As a student, he prepared to become a teacher in the Brethren in Christ Matopo school system. He continued his education through the extension program of the U. of South Africa and at Messiah College, Grantham, PA. (1963-1966; BA 1966). He served as a teacher of the Standard III class at the Matopo Training Institute (1938-1939), became Head Teacher at the Matopo Teacher Training Institute (1944), and was the headmaster of the Wanezi Central Primary School (1945-1963). He is also remembered for his ability as an interpreter for visiting Brethren in Christ leaders, as well as for such noted Christian leaders as Billy Graham.
Evangelical Visitor (7 August 1961), (10 January 1973).
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