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    The Practical Guidelines on the Impact of Mahadi [Bride Price] on the Young Basotho Couples Prior to Marriage.David K. Semenya - 2014 - HTS Theological Studies 70 (3):01-06.
    This article investigates and provides guidelines to the negative impact of mahadi on the Basotho youth before they may marry. It is important to note that marriage is one of the main parts of the life cycle amongst the Basotho and not only joins a man and a woman together, but is also considered to unite the members of the respective families of the married couple into one family. This union of two families comes into effect when the process of (...)
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    A Pastoral Evaluation on the Issue of ‘Vat En Sit’ with Special Reference to the Black Reformed Churches of South Africa.David K. Semenya - 2016 - HTS Theological Studies 72 (1):01-05.
    This article investigates the practice of vat en sit to offer solutions to church councils of the mainly Black Reformed Churches in South Africa and also to the couples and families involved in such a relationship. Vat en sit is fast becoming a common phenomenon in South Africa. It should be noted that some of the couples in the vat-en-sit relationships may enter into it with no formal agreement. However, there are partners who may enter into this kind of relationship (...)
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    The Making and Prevention of Rain Amongst the Pedi Tribe of South Africa: A Pastoral Response.David K. Semenya - 2013 - HTS Theological Studies 69 (1).
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    Pastoral Evaluation on the Basotho’s View of Sexuality: Revisiting the Views on Sexuality of Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Martin Luther and John Calvin.David K. Semenya - 2015 - HTS Theological Studies 71 (2):01-10.
    This article examines the Basotho’s views on sexuality within a theological context as wellas the conflict between Christianity and cultural beliefs. Most Basotho have strong opinions on the subject of sexuality and those views undoubtedly emanate from the Basotho culture,which makes it necessary to evaluate them. The issue of sexuality is always a topic of discussion amongst people and did not go unnoticed by church fathers, like Augustine. Thomas Aquinas also expressed an interest in the topic in the Middle-Ages. Likewise, (...)
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