Mukhanyo has more than 35 highly qualified lecturers, both full-time and part-time, who teach in the five regional centres. There are also more than 170 facilitators – many of whom are qualified ministers – who serve at various learning support centres across the country.
Over 20 new study guides with DVDs are very close to final publication. The professionally published study material for more than 90 modules is making steady progress.
Mukhanyo’s five libraries already have over 33 000 books, with more on the way for cataloguing next year.
Mukhanyo gives close to R1 million in bursaries to needy students each year. This excludes the bursaries provided by other institutions, such as churches both local and international.
Mukhanyo Theological College is accredited by the South African government. The College is registered with the Department of Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997, Registration Certificate No. 2009/HE08/002.