1. UFH-SCM03/2017

Supply and delivery of laptop brackets in Alice and East London

Closing Date:
Friday, 30 June, 2017 - 11:00
2. UFH-SCM04/2017

Appointment of a building contractor  for the refubirshment of dining halls in AliceCampus (CIDB grading 4GB) orHigher

Closing Date:
Friday, 30 June, 2017 - 11:00
3. UFH-SCM01/2017

Supply, delivery, installation and commissioning of HP servers and EMC storage systems in Alice and East London

Closing Date:
Friday, 30 June, 2017 - 11:00
4. UFH-SCM02/2017

Supply and install equipment to replace end-of-life equipment  as  per  annexure“e”  for   UFH  ICT  infrastructure for Alice, Bisho and EastLondon

Closing Date:
Friday, 30 June, 2017 - 11:00

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IN THE NEWS

Dispatch Dialogues: South Africa, the next five years

The inaugural Daily Dispatch Business Summit held on the 15 June 2017 featured some of South Africa top brilliant minds, with our Vice Chancellor, Prof Sakhela Buhlungu as one of the keynote speakers. The summit’s theme is South Africa: The Next Five Years and plays out at a time when the country has been plunged into junk status

Semester examinations currently underway

The June Examinations have begun in full swing in all 3 campuses of our university. On the 6th of June 2017, the starting day of exams, 2974 students wrote in Alice, 2260 wrote in East London and 142 wrote in Bhisho campus. This brought the total of students who wrote their exams just on day one to 5576.

UFH Western Cape Chapter Alumni Annual General Meeting

The Western Cape Alumni chapter held its Annual General Meeting at the scenic Sanlam Headquarters in Bellville on Saturday 27th May 2017. In attendance were Fortarians of different generations including the new University of Fort Hare Vice Chancellor, Professor Sakhela Buhlungu and his first of so many to come alumni connections.

 

Professor Mushunje’s Inaugural lecture: " From land reform to food security in Zimbabwe: Lessons for South Africa"

The University of Fort Hare keeps to an old universities’ tradition when it hosted a professorial  inaugural lecture for Abbyssinia  Mushunje from the Department  of Agricultural Economics & Extension, themed; “ From land reform to food security in Zimbabwe: Lessons for South Africa.