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COVID-19 Free Resources: Home

This guide was created by the UFH Libraries. The goal of this guide is to share all the free electronic resoucres from all the participating vendors and help inform the UFH Community about COVID-19. The 2019 Coronavirus (SARS-Cov-2) also known as (2019-n

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The University of Fort Hare Library is closely monitoring the novel corona-virus (COVID-19) situation. 

Due to COVID-19, all UFH Libraries shall remain closed until further notice. You are advised to use a wealth of electronic information resources and many more free online resources. For more information and online consultations, please contact these faculty liaison librarians:

Faculties of Science and Agriculture – Mr Thobela Buyana – – Skype (Buyana Thobela)

Faculties of Management and Commerce – Ms Liyaduma Balfour – – Skype (Balfour Liyaduma)

Faculties of Health Science – Ms Esethu Dlabantu – – Skype (Esethu Dlabantu)

Faculty of Education – Ms Nombasa Manzana – – Skype (Nombasa Madlingozi)

Faculty of Law – Mrs Sanqela Khunjulwa –  – Skype (khunjulwa Zongola)

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities:

African Languages; Afrikaans; History – Ms Nombasa Manzana – – Skype (Nombasa Madlingozi)

Music; Social Work and Development – Mrs Sanqela Khunjulwa –  – Skype (khunjulwa Zongola)

English; Sociology and Anthropology; Psychology – Ms Esethu Dlabantu – – Skype (Esethu Dlabantu)

Philosophy; Political Science; Criminology – Mr Thobela Buyana – – Skype (Buyana Thobela)

Communication; Fine Arts; Library and Information Science; Theology – Ms Liyaduma Balfour – – Skype (Balfour Liyaduma.

What is COVID-19

On 31 December 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported a cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan City, China. ‘Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2’ (SARS-CoV-2) was confirmed as the causative agent of what we now know as ‘Coronavirus Disease 2019’ (COVID-19). Since then, the virus has spread to more than 100 countries, including South Africa.


WHO (Wolrd Health Organization

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