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The quiet voice of the women in the early missionary work of the Cape Church in Nyasaland (1896–1906)Part II: The Africa mission-contextAlthough by 1910 half of the staff of the 'Kaapsche Kerk' in Nyasaland was female, their stories have scarcely been told. In this second of two articles, the focus is on giving a voice to some of these early female missionaries by sharing their experiences of the African mission context. As primary source the newly retrieved diaries of Reverend Andrew Georgedoi:10.17570/stj.2017.v3n2.a23 fatcat:mwuj65stf5ejpdsps5q5345uem