Additional Lecturers Still Needed


​Three additional lecturers will join the Mukhanyo team in 2021. But more full-time lecturers are still needed, with several positions open to start from July 2021 or January 2022.

Three New Lecturers
On 28 November, the Board of Directors approved recommendations from the Management Team to appoint three additional lecturers:

  • Dr Victor Pillay (pictured left). Having already served part-time at Mukhanyo for a several years, Dr Pillay is now appointed as Senior Lecturer in the Pretoria Centre and Johannesburg Campus. He comes with many years of experience in church leadership and Christian ministry, presently also serving a church in Laudium.
  • Rev. Ashley Govender (pictured middle) is appointed as Lecturer in Theology at the Durban Centre. He’s been serving part-time in Durban and comes to Mukhanyo with many years of ministry and education experience at other theological institutions in South Africa.
  • Dr Anneke Viljoen (pictured right) is appointed as Lecturer in Formative Subjects at the Durban Centre. She has considerable academic experience and has already been assisting students with academic literacy and study skills. She will also present some education modules and will assist with admin support and in the growing Durban library.

Present Vacancies
In addition to these three new lecturers, we also welcome several new part-time and visiting lecturers who now serve on Mukhanyo’s team at the various regional centres. As of January 2021, there will be more than 30 committed church leaders serving on Mukhanyo’s faculty. More information about our gifted and experience faculty is found at

Mukhanyo is still seeking to fill two academic positions: a Campus Manager and a Programme Manager. These appointments were delayed by the pandemic in 2020 but the plan is to fill them before the third quarter of 2021. More information about these open positions is found at

More Lecturers Needed
More full-time lecturers are also still needed to serve the students in our five regional centres. The academic selection committee will continue reviewing and testing applicants in 2021. More than 75 applications were received in the past year for teaching positions. Mukhanyo is seeking for lecturers with faithful ministry experience, consistent Christian character, and sound biblical confession.

Each faculty member subscribes to the teachings of the Christian faith as expressed in the Mukhanyo Statement of Faith and several historical confessions. The Bible, as summarised by these sources, is the foundation of our biblical perspective, our value system, our motivation for ministry, and our curricular content.

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  1. Pastor Silas James

    Please send me the requirements for applying at Mukhanyo Theological College to become a lecturer.

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