UFH Law Faculty Student Council

The purpose of this page is to expose and celebrate Fort Hare law students. To listen to law students' complaints and offer solutions.

2021/22 UFH Law Faculty Student Council is a student council of the Nelson R Mandela School of Law representing students and their needs, connecting students with lecturers. Publicize events, create chances for law students, and make communication more efficient. It is also to have open conversations and interactions in a relaxed and unstructured environment.


Greetings LLB Students.

Kindly take notice with regarding Postgraduate registration and signing of AODs.


Unblocking of the postgrads is depending upon them bringing letters from their bursaries as proof of funding.


Self funded students should reduce their debts to R30 000 to be allowed to register as per the 2022 concessions.


The self funded students whose debts have been reduced to R30 000 and less must sign AOD forms in order to be unblocked. Acknowledgement of Debt forms have been uploaded on the university’s website for download. Visit ufh.ac.za

Before filling in this form, refer to published 2022 concessions on the internal mail.

After filling in this form, scan and email to: [email protected] OR [email protected] OR [email protected] OR [email protected]. You may also submit personally to Finance staff at the Sports complex (Alice) or Thuthuka (EL). From 14 Feb, they will move back to Finance offices.

UFH Law Faculty Council Chairperson
Ludwe Mbeceni

Deputy Chairperson
Mzotsho Gift


Greetings 2022 LLB Fourth Year Students.

2022 4th Year Modules

The 2022 Prospectus shows that 4th year LLB students register 1 elective for first semester and 2 electives for second semester ( 3 electives a year). Whereas in the previous years, 4th year students were registering 4 electives.

To avoid any confusion, as the Law Faculty Student Council, we went to enquire to the Faculty about the issue mentioned above.

In our meeting with the faculty manager, it was said that 4th year students must register a minimum of 4 electives a year (2 each semester).

Moreover we enquired about Human Rights Law module, which appears on the prospectus as a 3rd year modules, however the 2022 4th year students did not register the module last year. Therefore they must also register it for this year as one of their core modules.

For more information, contact us at [email protected]


LFSC Chairperson
Ludwe Mbeceni
083 246 8655

LFSC Deputy Chairperson
Gift Mzotsho
078 018 2281

Photos from UFH Law Faculty Student Council's post 11/01/2022

Here are some posts for LLB graduates seeking clerkship. Good luck

Photos from University of Fort Hare's post 19/11/2021

Greetings to the student populace.

We trust that you are keeping well in these difficult times of the Covid 19 pandemic.

This communique serves as a notification of the re-establishment of the Law Faculty Student Council (LSC) . The LSC is a democratically elected sub-structure under the SRC with the purpose of closing the gap between faculty lecturers and the students by assisting students with issues relating to their academics.

The Law Faculty Student Counsil 2021/2022 is under the ledership of:
1. Mbeceni Ludwe- Chairperson.
2.Mzotsho Gift- Deputy Chairperson.
3.Njikela Avuzwa- Secretary.
4.Nyeka Yibanathi- Deputy Secretary.
5.Mngambi Sanele- Treasurer.
6.Maqhubela Onikwa- Academic Officer.
7.Haba Nakuyola- Legal Officer.
8.Madolo Pamela- Gender and Transformation officer.
9.Munashe Alvin Rukuni-Entertainment Officer
10.Dyalvan Yandisa- First Year Representative.

We believe that the faculty and students can closely work together in improving the academic life of students.

“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” – John F. Kennedy.

The LSC also wishes the best to all the Law students who will be starting their examinations tomorrow. An exam is not only a test of your academic knowledge, it is a test of your calmness, stability and courage.

All the best!!

Kind regards.
Law Student Faculty Council.
[email protected]

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