Fort Hare Autumn School Leadership Programme (FHAS)

Meet the 2021 Fort Hare Autumn School Advocacy Fellows

The Fort Hare Autumn School Leadership Programme (FHAS) is a political and civic education programme. Founded in 2011 the programme seeks sow some seeds of free and critical thinking and an understanding of Social Democracy in promising young students. The programme includes students from different institutions based in the Eastern Cape (Rhodes University, Nelson Mandela university, Walter Sisulu University and University of Fort Hare). The programme comprises of three modules, the first module for 2021 was held on 22-23 July 2021.

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung is delighted to announce the Fort Hare Autumn School class of 2021 — the 9th class!

Please join us in congratulating these 25 talented youth leaders


Nelson Mandela University

Anele Mngadi, Nelson Mandela University

Mzuvukile Singata, Nelson Mandela University

Kwezilomso Godana, Nelson Mandela University

Karen Nothando Ndlovu, Nelson Mandela University

Mpho Tiny Lebelo, Nelson Mandela University


Rhodes University

Lilly Quin, Rhodes University

Vuyani Andile Ndzishe, Rhodes University

Anita Dwyaba, Rhodes University

Lian May, Rhodes University

Sinalo Thuku, Rhodes University


University of Fort Hare, East London Office

Mondekazi Ntshele, University of Fort Hare, East London Office

Sibulele Ngozi, University of Fort Hare, East London Office

Banele Melaphi, University of Fort Hare, East London Office

Andamaswazi Songelwa, University of Fort Hare, East London Office

Onelisa Sisipho Mgoqi, University of Fort Hare, East London Office


Fort Hare University, Alice Campus

Itumeleng Mothlabane, University of Fort Hare, Alice Campus

Nonceba Tenza, University of Fort Hare, Alice Campus

Mqokweni Azame, University of Fort Hare, Alice Campus

Somila Radoni, University of Fort Hare, Alice Campus

Fezile Mtyide, University of Fort Hare, Alice Campus


Walter Sisulu University

Luyanda Mazwi, Walter Sisulu University

Athenkosi Fani, Walter Sisulu University

Thandaza Piliso, Walter Sisulu University

Aluncedo Zikhali, Walter Sisulu University

Pamela Blaai, Walter Sisulu University


News & Activities

11.08.2020 | Fort Hare Autumn School, Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation, Youth leadership programme | News

Evaluation of debt moratorium, a financial solution during the COVID-19 pandemic: The pros and cons

According to TransUnion’s research, almost eight in ten South Africans say their household income has been cut by the Covid-19 pandemic, while one in…


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11.08.2020 | Fort Hare Autumn School, Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation, Youth leadership programme | News

Evaluation of debt moratorium, a financial solution during the COVID-19 pandemic: The pros and cons

According to TransUnion’s research, almost eight in ten South Africans say their household income has been cut by the Covid-19 pandemic, while one in…


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03.08.2020 | Fort Hare Autumn School, Youth leadership programme, Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | News

Do the economic consequences of Covid-19 advance or hinder the structural transformation in Africa?

The outbreak of COVID-19 halted daily economic activity in a way not seen before. As things stand, many companies are struggling to survive and this…


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03.08.2020 | Fort Hare Autumn School, Youth leadership programme, Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | News

Do the economic consequences of Covid-19 advance or hinder the structural transformation in Africa?

The outbreak of COVID-19 halted daily economic activity in a way not seen before. As things stand, many companies are struggling to survive and this…


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27.07.2020 | Fort Hare Autumn School, Youth leadership programme | News

Covid 19 is a Hindrance to Economic Structural Transformation and Socially Guided Regional Trade

Free trade in Africa was expected to boost intra-African trade from 18% to about 50% between now and the year 2030. The ACFTA is an obvious direct…


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