KCA | Spiritual Leadership
Dr. Mandla Chawane
Dr Mandla Chawane accepted the call of God for salvation, giving his life to Christ and therefore is a born-again child of God. He is a husband to Sarah Chawane and blessed with 3 boys and one girl. Academically he holds a Doctoral Degree in Leadership and Management with Logos University, USA; an Honorary Doctor of Divinity with Karunya Bible Institute in India, a Master of Business Leadership(MBL) Degree with the School of Business Leadership of the University of South Africa(UNISA). He holds several other University Qualifications which include an Honors Degree in Development Studies (university of Limpopo, South Africa), Post Graduate Certificates in Project Management (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Health Systems Management (Public Health Institute, Tokyo, Japan); Bachelor of Agricultural Management (University of Limpopo, South Africa). He has been a Lecturer and Research Assistant for Honours Students who were both locally and international students at University of Limpopo. His highest professional career occupation include Executive Directorships in national departments of South Africa responsible for Corporate Strategic Management and Executive Project management. He also worked as a social-science researcher in one of the South Africa national Research Council and University of Limpopo. He owns a company that provides consulting services in Corporate Strategic Management and Leadership to national government departments including the Presidency.
He is the founder and General Overseer of Kingdom Citizenship Agency (KCA) a ministry headquartered in Pretoria since 2001. A ministry that he started with his wife and children from his living room. His main passion is to be a man, husband, father and leader equipped by God to grow unto a mature man after the stature of Christ and to minister out of the outflow of his journey with God. He has a passion for spreading the gospel as God permits to where ever God may lead – with a personal soft spot for disadvantaged communities.