“I want to ensure that all trees are cared for” – Ntombi Malinga

When you are on the campus side of African Christian College, you mostly miss the chance to interact and appreciate the people who, through their hard work and dedication, work tirelessly in the Tree of Life (TOL) to make the college what is it. These women and men leave their homes early in the morning each working day to come and labour in the farm for one common goal – the growth of the institution through the TOL. We, as the blog team, are fortunate enough to have the chance to interact with them, and today we introduce to you Ntombi Malinga. Make Ntombi, from Gege in the Shiselweni region, came to us exactly 10 years ago as one of our casual workers. She is a married woman with two children, a girl and a boy. It was not only her Read More

ACC Fun Day: A Day of Bonding in Friendship and Love

Although the sun was scorching, probably reaching up to 30°celsius, it failed to damped the mood for our Fun Day on Saturday afternoon. There are many conceptions about fun and indeed, fun is relative. We do not believe there is an absolute standard for fun, however, we would like to bring a definition the Apologist Ravi Zacharias gave that, “Fun is anything that refreshes you without diminishing or jeopardizing your chances of reaching your ultimate goal in life.” Indeed, what we did on Saturday was get a refreshment that did not distract us from our ultimate goal because we had ended our first semester on the previous day. The event was well organised by the responsible people – from the starting time, the games and the finishing time. Read More

The Passionate People and Community Developer: Frantic Dlamini

Through his life and work, he has touched many lives and still is to impact more. Read and be blessed through this inspirational young person who has a zeal and passion for development. My name is Frantic Ndumiso Dlamini. In 2012 I was offered a glorious opportunity to attain a Christian education through African Christian College (ACC). Looking back to my days as a student, I can boldly say that I have been challenged, transformed, uplifted and I am no longer the same. I majored in Organizational Leadership, and this gave me the opportunity to feed my passion of Community Development as well as sharpen my leadership skills. I have been taught how to work in teams, how to deal with people and embrace diversity, even that of opinions. Read More