The Sekwele Centre for Social Reflection endeavours to contribute, with others, to the development of a strong, rights-based, compassionate, and flourishing civil society.
Sekwele Centre for Social Reflection, hereafter referred to as Sekwele, in its initial stages known as the Bethlehem Social Academy was established in 1997 by Bishop Hubert Bucher (now retired), to be part of the reconstruction efforts of the post apartheid society with others.
The centre is located in Bethlehem in the Free State Province. It is situated at John Paul II Centre, 3km on the outskirts of Bethlehem just off the N5 highway westwards towards Bloemfontein, the metropolitan city of the Free State. The centre has a tranquil environment for religious and political leaders to reflect on the reconstruction of South Africa. Sekwele has experienced and balanced staff that reflects the history and dynamics of the region, intended to reach to both rural and urban populations of South Africa and beyond
Mr Enock Tapudzi