Francis Tuson

Show BioHide BioWebsiteFrancis John Tuson grew up in Johannesburg and was exposed to Ignatian themes from a young age through his family’s involvement with Christian Life Communities (CLC). He attended De La Salle Holy Cross College for his initial schooling and then was homeschooled before returning to De La Salle for his matric year. After trying both Music and Law at the University of the Witwatersrand, he studied Post-Production sound engineering at the Academy of Sound Engineering. Before joining the Jesuit Institute, Francis worked variously, as a dubbing engineer, a sound designer, and a final mix engineer – working on a variety of projects, with many different languages from around the world including; Mandarin, Kiswahili, Portuguese, Hindi, Hausa, French and Zulu. In his free time, Francis enjoys extreme sports,hiking, and playing music.

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Jesus was a feminist

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The campaign for the “16 Days of Activism for no violence against women and children,” run annually at this time by the South African government, was launched on 25 November 2018 in Kwazulu-Natal. Francis Tuson looks at Jesus’ attitudes towards women in the Sc... More »

Learners protest against women and child abuse

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A regular protest against women and child abuse during morning rush hour traffic is becoming a tradition at a Johannesburg Catholic Girls School. Frank Tuson visited the school earlier this week to see the protest in action. “Kwanele Kwanele” – “Enough is enou... More »

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