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General Officers' Profiles
Rev. Hlongwane is married to Reverend Mrs. Victoria Othelia Hlongwane
Has three children (3), one boy and two girls by previous marriage (wife Ntombi Ruth Hlongwane who died in 2003). He is an ordained minister of International Assemblies of God.
Planted the following churches:
International Assemblies of God Cullinan,
International Assemblies of God Mamelodi Ebenezer,
Mamelodi East International Assemblies of God Emmanuel, and International Assemblies of God Centurion amongst others. He holds amongst others a Masters Degree in Theological Education MA Springfield Missouri United State of America.
Served as first Assistant General Superintendent (title presently known as General President) In 1998 up to 2004.
Elected as General President of International Assemblies of God 2004 up to date.
Chairman of Global School of Theology.
Chairman of the International Assemblies of God General Council.
Chairman of the General Presbetary of International Assemblies of God.
Presently pastoring International Assemblies of God Assembly in Centurion.
1st Assistant General President
I am Rev. Charles Moyo. I got married in 1982 to Patricia Moyo. We are a family of five. God blessed us with three sons namely: Linda, Thamsanqa and Nkululeko.
I was saved in April 1976 during an Easter Conference held at Thembeka High School in Nelspruit where I was a student. In 1977 December I receive a call to the Ministry. The International Assemblies of God facilitated my enrolment as a Bible Student at African Bible College (currently known as Global School of Theology North West – SAST). I completed in 1980 and did my Pastoral internship for 4 years under the leadership of Rev and Mrs P Mavi in Tembisa – Kempton Park.
In April of 1985 we receive a call to Pastor Satellite church born out of the Mofolo Assembly. The Lord blessed us to a point where it grew from the preaching point stake to Sovereignty state. After five years we acquired a church site and built a beautiful house of Worship. Our by-name is ‘’Elshaddai Christian Fellowship – Zola IAG.
In my 24 years of service I have since 1991, I have served in various leadership positions in the Gauteng District and National Office. I am currently serving as an 1st Assistant General President. I have served under great men and women of God who left an indelible part on my life as a Christian. I am also thankful to God for the supportive wife and family who made it possible to be in ministry up to this point.
2nd Assistant General President
Rev. Elvey Joseph Kgaogelo Konkobe was born and bred in Pietersburg (Polokwane). Grew up in the International Assemblies of God. Got saved in 1978 and responded to God’s call for the ministry in 1982. He trained at Southern African School of Theology between 1982 and 1984. Started ministry at Seshego, his and local assembly, serving under the leadership of Rev. T. Maphori. He later served Soshanguve and Mphanama assemblies and presently serves at Mabopane assembly (Bethel).
He is married to his lovely wife Catherine and they are blessed with three wonderful daughters namely: Tebogo, Katlego and Neo.
He is divinely charged with the responsibility of assisting the national General President of the International Assemblies of God.
Rev. Sehlako Gordon Lebelo, general secretary of the International Assemblies of God, has served in this position since 2005. Prior to this current position, he served in the Gauteng district leadership as secretary and the director of youth ministry (2002-2005)
Lebelo was brought up in a Christian family. His parents were ministers and founder members of the International Assemblies of God. They served for many years as tutors at the All Africa School of Theology in Witbank. Through their influence, their son at a very early age was involved in various missions’ outreach throughout the country. As a university student and a leader in the Hospital Christian Fellowship (HCF), he was involved in numerous Gospel outreach programmes in Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana and Malawi. He graduated from the Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA) and Rand Afrikaans University (RAU). He also had the privilege of doing Management Development Programme (MDP) and post-graduate rehabilitation counselling course in the USA.
In 2000, he resigned from his senior position at one of the leading cooperates in SA to be a pastor of Adonai Assembly in Soshanguve till this day. In his heavy schedule as the general secretary of IAG, he still manages to conduct leadership training, marriage enrichment seminars and counselling sessions for individuals and groups.
He is married to Elizabeth Azwhifheli Girlie and they are blessed with three sons. The family resides in Montana Park, Pretoria.
Assistant General Secretary
Rev. Lenny Moonsamy was born 24th January 1956. Studied at International Bible College from 1981-1983 and achieved a Diploma in Theology also studied at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal and achieved BA Honours in Social Transformation.
He is Assistant General Secretary of the IAG National Office and pastor of a church - Calvary Chapel IAG in Phoenix, Durban.
Rev. Manuel Gouws got married in 1981 to Glynis, they have been married for 25 years. Out of the marriage three children were born. Melissa 24, Merlin 21, and Monique 10 years old. A grandparent to one grandchild, Kirsten aged 3.
He is the Pastor of a local church, Superintendent of a District and General Treasurer of the International Assemblies of God. He is also the CEO of two companies.
He was called into ministry in 1993 and completed his Bible School Training in 1995. He Pastored the local Assembly (Berea Temple) under the supervision of his father Pastor H Gouws from 1997 – 2005.
In the year 2006 he planted a church (Centre of Hope) a ministry focusing on the needs of people. God is blessing the ministry tremendously and he believes this is what God has called him to do, and that is to offer hope to our hopeless society.