Archbishop Daniel James Augustine Kanyiles, a Khoi religious, political and cultural leader

GW Brink

Abstract


The very large imposing figure of Archbishop Daniel James Kanyiles has made a significant contribution to the South African religious, cultural and political landscape. From his base in Ritchie, along the Modder River outside Kimberley in the Northern Cape, Kanyiles presides as Patriarch of the Independent African Orthodox Church and life-long Chairperson of the Griekwa Volks Organisasie (sic). Furthermore, he is also Paramount Chief of Griqualand West and the fifteen Khoi groups south of the Gariep (Orange River). Moreover, he has also left his footprints in the political arena.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17570/ngtt.2003.v44n1.e01

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ISSN 2226-2385 (online); ISSN 0028-2006 (print)


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