The Sun sets for our Chancellor Rev. Dr. Stofile

It is with a heavy heart and deep sense of loss that I have to announce that our Chancellor, Reverend Dr Arnold Makhenkesi Stofile, is no more. He passed on this morning of 15 August 2016. He was ill. A humble man, astute politician, a respected rugby sports man and man of integrity at the helm of the

Zoology postgraduate student wins award!

Nokubonga Mbandzi, a Masters candidate based at the South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity (SAIAB) and registered with the Department of Zoology and Entomology at Fort Hare won the award for the best poster presentation at the recent South African Society of Aquatic Scientists (SASAQS) conference in Skukuza Kruger National Park. Nokubonga’s presentation was on an aspect of her thesis

DHET set wheels on two

The collaboration between the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) and Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) saw two University of Fort Hare students becoming proud recipients of electronic wheel chairs.

Xabadiya will spend two years in China

The Sky is the limit for Butterworth born Avuyile Xabadiya who despite living on his grandmother’s pension fund for most of his childhood, managed to maneuver his way through primary and secondary school at Ncejane in Butterworth, Libode village and at St John’s in Mthatha. Xabadiya will spend two years with the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science.