Written by Kimion Tagwirei   


What is Domboshawa Theological College (DTC)?

It is non-denominational theological college in Harare (Zimbabwe) which has operated since 1992 under the leadership of Rev Dr Roy Musasiwa with a dedicated staff of 14 full timers and 17 adjunct lecturers.

Its board of trustees, under the chairmanship of Dr Geoffrey Chada, consists of members from different denominations and professional backgrounds.

Recognizing that Africa’s biggest need is leadership with integrity, DTC’s mission is producing biblically faithful leaders who are capable, who fear God, who are trustworthy and who hate dishonest gain (Exodus 18:21).

We equip students with a balance of academic rigour, devotional life and Christian character.

The college has a vision of being a centre of excellence in internationally recognised theological education and Christian leadership training.

Currently the college offers Diploma Programmes accredited by the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education and a BA Degree in affiliation with the Zimbabwe Open University to a current population of 90 students.

The college is now looking forward to the establishment of Masters Programme in 2016.