Once again in the past year, finance enabled Mukhanyo not only to function normally but also to continue financing growth and development. This was possible as a result of numerous donors, some large, some medium and many smaller ones. The Lord has put it in the hearts of many faithful Christians to support Mukhanyo and the many students who receive bursaries.
The 2022 scheduled accreditation visit by the Council for Higher Education of Mukhanyo’s Pretoria Campus ushered in a clearing of the deck at our library complex. Simultaneously, collection growth necessitated extended library shelving at all branches.
Most modules are taught at our Campuses and Centres as weekly classes during two semesters annually. But sometimes Mukhanyo invites visiting professors to present intensive modules.
The following intensive modules are scheduled for 2023:
Vacating the Mukhanyo Premises
Since 2010, a part of the grounds at Mukhanyo’s KwaMhlanga Campus has been occupied by the facilities of the Musawenkosi Christian School. Musawenkosi, which means the grace of God, is the name of a local Christian school. Now they are moving to their own premises and buildings not far away.
And Other Conferences in 2022
Over forty local church leaders attended the annual Church Leaders’ Conference at the KwaMhlanga Campus on Saturday 5 November.
Dr Jacob Igba, a senior lecturer at the Pretoria Campus, gave an inspiring message from three Bible passages on “Serving as Tools in God’s Hand for God’s Purpose”. The message was clear and well applied to the African context. Many pastors today start with selfish purposes in the hands of the devil but their orientation can change so that they become faithful instruments in God’s hand for His blessed purposes.