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Our History

Domboshawa was established in 1991 through the vision of Pastors Phineas Dube and Alan Spence. Its purpose was to meet the demand for a uniquely Zimbabwean style theological education at university level, which would provide practical ministry training. Domboshawa is an indigenous institution- created by Zimbabweans for leaders of the church in Zimbabwe – and beyond!!


Our Vision

“Our Vision is to become a centre of excellence in internationally recognised theological education and Christian leadership training.”

Our Mission

To Provide biblically faithful, contextually relevant and academically accredited training that produces leaders for churches, Para-church organisations and schools, characterised by conviction, godliness and competence.”

Our Character

DTC is an interdenominational, evangelical, Christian college. Our students and staff come from different denominations, but all share a common belief in Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour; and the Bible as our authority for faith and life.



Currently Domboshawa offers the Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies and Theology in affiliation with the Zimbabwe Open University


§ Supervised Ministry Experience

§ Fellowship groups and more

These programmes together provide a balance of academic and ministry training.


Our Facilities

In addition to its academic facilities – including a library of over 6000 volumes, Domboshawa has recently established a computer laboratory with 15 client machines and two servers. Offices are available for lease to like-minded Christian organisations and there is the main hall that can be booked for functions and meetings.

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