AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISE?
He explained that government had over the years been giving the institution about E2.1 million while trying to get the charter rectified, to no avail.
He explained that all government owned, was the 75.7260-hectare land on which the university stands which is leased at E50 000 per year valid for 40 years.
With promises by the university to rectify the issue of ownership made in 2016 to the Swaziland Higher Education Council (SHEC) government increased the subvention to E4.7 million and the university was provisionally registered. Of note, despite that government committed the E27million, the MOA stated that the mission (ACM) would fund all recurrent and investment needs as well as equipment required for the suc- cessful operation of the medical university.
The 2017 audit by SHEC, while recognising that the charter had been revised, and that the university re-registered strictly under ACM without the mention of Pastor Kim and his heirs, said there was still need for the partnership with government to be defined and rationalised.
Swaziland Christian University.