Fort Hare in the thick of global matters: Role of meat in food security

The increase in the world’s population has led to challenges in maintaining a balanced diet in both the developed and the developing world. More than two billion people worldwide suffer from “hidden hunger” or micronutrient deficiency.The inadequate intake of essential micro-nutrients is detrimental to the mental and physical development of

Vice Chancellor's Response letter to the SRC

Tracked in RED in your previous email, attached, please find responses to the issues you have raised. I have decided to send my response to all students so that there is no confusion on the matters.

Vice Chancellors Response Letter

Kind regards,

Mvuyo Tom (Dr.) Vice Chancellor


Boost for UFH-Lady Blues

The University of Fort Hare Blues Rugby Club has received a major sponsorship from Local Business  H-Solutions for the two seasons. H-Solutions owner, Mr Collin Heshula,  has taken the responsibility of looking after the Lady Blues team with playing kit and stepout clothing. “I have noted with interest that female activities in a form of sport were declining and

Fort Hare Choir conquers SATICA for the 4th time consecutively

The dominance of Fort Hare University choirs at the South African Tertiary Institutions Choral Association (SATICA) is far from over as the two choirs representing East London and Alice campus sang their lungs out bringing home top awards at a competition hosted by Tshwane University of Technology in June. This