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International linkages, Chinese experience for Likhona Peter

Likhona Peter, a final year Bachelor of Arts student majoring in History, Political Science and Communications, represented the University of Fort Hare and participated in the Homestay in Jinhua’s Historical Villages Project in China, from the 6th to the 26th of September 2017.The program was established in 2015 by Jinhua Municipal People’s Government, providing an opportunity for international youth through

Nduduzo Makhathini bags another award

Fort Hare’s very own Nduduzo Makhathini, a lecturer and head of music department has added to his music cabinet, the All Africa Music Award in the category of the best  artist in African jazz on 12th November at the Eko Convention centre in Lagos, Nigeria. The jazz musician, a pianist

ABSA CEO Scholarship Fund Handover Ceremony

The CEO Scholarship Fund forms part of the Education and Skills Development pillar of Barclays Africa’s Shared Growth strategy through which it has undertaken to invest R1.4bn in education and skills training between 2016 and 2018. Education and Skills Development, Enterprise Development and Financial Inclusion are the three

Baby Blues swing to success

The University of Fort Hare Ladies Rugby Team known as Baby Blues were crowned Champions of  women’s club championships for 2017, this after dethroning defending champions Busy Bee of Cape Town by 22 points to 7.Before the final Baby Blues had first to take on other tough opponents from  Pretoria, Mamelodi and sailed through by a convincing 48-5 victory.