Ndaba serves as an Associate Pastor at the Rosebank Union Church in Johannesburg, South Africa. He was recently inaugurated as the 4th President of the International College of Bible & Missions (ICBM) based in Roodepoort, South Africa. He is an ordained Baptist minister and was involved in church planting and pastoring for eight years. He branched into broadcasting media and became a Radio Station Director for six years.
Ndaba served as the President of the Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA), appointed as the Chairman of the International Council of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) and is the Chairman of the of the International Bible Society-Send The Light (IBS-STL) , Southern Africa and member of the Africa Advisory Council of IBS-STL.
Ndaba has participated in number of forums addressing issues relating to social justice and ecclesiastical involvement. He served as a Council member and Track coordinator of the South African Christian Leadership Assembly (SACLA 2) which brought together South African leaders in July 2003 to reflect on the seven ‘giants’ facing the nation. Included in these were HIV/Aids, Poverty, Unemployment, and Family in Crisis, Racism, Sexism and Violence. He also serves as the founding Board member of the African Monitor, an independent body acting as a catalyst to monitor development funding commitments, delivery and impact on grassroots and to bring a strong African voice to the development agenda.
Ndaba is married to Maggie and are blessed with three children, two boys and a girl.