The business community of the small town of Alice, in the Eastern Cape, is throwing its weight behind this weekend’s centenary celebration of the University of Fort Hare, an institution that has been part of the town for the past 100 years.
Learners from all schools in the jurisdiction of Ha-Nesengani, outside Vuwani, will return to their respective schools on Thursday.
Government is to go all out to mark the centenary celebrations of the University of Fort Hare this coming Friday, with high-level speeches expected from leaders such as Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and President Jacob Zuma.
The members of an Inter-Ministerial Committee, led by Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Des Van Rooyen, are today visiting schools in the Vuwani area.
About 100 youth from the Msawawa informal settlement in Kya Sands are to benefit from computer, catering, sewing, beading and art skills development classes.
The Beaufort West Youth Hub, a mix of facilities providing holistic development of young people, is a place where youths can empower themselves, says President Jacob Zuma.
The centenary of the University of Fort Hare‚ whose alumni has included some of the African sub-continent’s most famous leaders‚ will be celebrated on May 20, government said on Wednesday.
When Aphiwe Cengimbo matriculated in 2011, what he knew for sure was that he wanted to be in the media and digital industry.
Sport and Recreation Minister Fikile Mbalula says the R300 million allocated to the department for the renovation and building of basic sport facilities is a step in the right direction.
Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor says the department will increase its efforts to use science, technology and innovation to support youth entrepreneurs in skills and enterprise development.