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Muze, Siphiwe Elizabeth Mas-Hengele

Seventh-Day Adventist

Educator. Born in Zimbabwe, she trained at Sakubva Teachers College and at Occidental College in California, where she met and married Michael Muze in 1966. They both taught at Shinyanga and Mwenge secondary schools in Tanzania. While earning her master’s degree at the University of Dar es Salaam, she lectured at Chang’ombe College of National Education. She became director of the Responsible Parenthood Project, sponsored by the Christian Council of Tanzania, and was concerned with troubled youth. She authored and coauthored several publications on that subject. In 1987 Dr. and Mrs. Muze taught at Solusi College in Zimbabwe. Later they moved to Kenya, where she taught at the University of Eastern Africa Baraton, and her husband was vice chancellor. She died suddenly in Kenya while her husband was attending Spring Council in Washington, D.C.

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