Michael Worsnip

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Michael Worsnip is a South African Anglican theologian. He is author of several books, most notably Between the Two Fires - the Anglican Church in South Africa 1948 -1957; the book Priest and Partisan: A South African journey on anti-Apartheid activist and fellow Anglican priest, Father Michael Lapsley; the Novel Remittance Man, he was formerly the Secretary General of the Lesotho Council of churches and was deported from South Africa after giving an interview to the BBC.[1]

He is currently Managing Director of Maropeng, the official visitor center to the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site and was Land Claims Commissioner for the Western Cape,[2] he has previously been involved in Land and Housing in South Africa.[3]


Worsnip's publications include:


  1. ^ Facts and reports. Holland Committee on Southern Africa. 1987. p. 65.
  2. ^ Michael Worsnip (2011). "A moral imperative". The Witness. Retrieved 2013-09-27.
  3. ^ In Search of Land and Housing in the New South Africa: The Case of Ethembalethu. World Bank Publications. 2008. pp. 7–. ISBN 978-0-8213-7374-3. Retrieved 27 September 2013.