1. UFH-SCM-01/2016

Provision of Student Accommodation to the University of Fort Hare in East London campus

Bid Status: Finalised
Year : 2016
2. UFH-SCM-02/2016

Supply, Delivery, Installation and Commissioning of Cisco switches, Fortigate Firewalls and Configuration of Equipment in Alice  and East London to Function according to requirements in the University requirements

Bid Status: Pending
Year : 2016
3. UFH-SCM-04/2016

The Upgrade of Bulk Water Infrastructure

Bid Status: Finalised
Year : 2016
4. UFH-SCM-05/2016

The Provision of External Audit Services to the University of Fort Hare over a period of three years, renewable annually

Bid Status: Finalised
Year : 2016
5. UFH-SCM-06/2016

Provision of ICT Installation in respect of the Collaborative Library Project

Bid Status: Pending
Year : 2016

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2017 Graduation closes off in grand style

The University of Fort Hare concluded its 94th graduation ceremony at the Alice sport complex on 12th May 2017 with one of the two surviving treason trialist Dr Dennis Goldberg, who delivering a keynote address and on behalf of Raymond Mhlaba who received a Doctorate of Philosophy in Social Sciences, posthumously. Oom Ray was the first Premier of the Eastern

Patrice Motsepe awarded honorary doctorate

The centenary old University of Fort Hare had its 94th graduation ceremony in the Alice campus on the 10th May 2017. 2847 degrees, diplomas and certificates will be conferred in the May graduation and 71 of those will be receiving their PhD’s.

University of Fort Hare’s 94th graduation ceremony

The University of Fort Hare will on the 4th to 5th May in East London and 10th to 12th at its heritage campus, Alice, conferre degrees, diplomas and certificates to 2804 graduands of which 71 of them will receive their PhD’s.  The number of PhD’s is expected to sky rocket later in the year as the university will be having

Vice Chancellor meets local traditional leaders

A very special event took place on 19 April 2017! The Vice Chancellor, Professor Sakhela Buhlungu was introduced to the Traditional Leaders who lead 146 villages in areas surrounding Alice. What evolved during this meeting was a unifying message of connectedness and mutual respect in re-building the future of our University.