The love of reading takes to the airwaves

The love of reading takes to the airwaves

FunDza Literacy Trust has joined forces with Activate Change Drivers to promote an active citizenry and the love of reading through a show called #ActivateHour on Bush Radio 89.5FM. The radio show airs fortnightly on a Thursday from 3pm to 4pm. On the show, we discuss...
Catching up with Cebo

Catching up with Cebo

FunDza works with a network of beneficiary groups – called the FunDza Family – around the country that receive books and reading resources to support a culture of reading and writing in their communities. We caught up for five minutes to ask five questions...
Walking for literacy is fun!

Walking for literacy is fun!

Born in Mvezo, Qunu, in the Eastern Cape – the then former Transkei homelands – 100 years ago was a young man who emerged from an “ordinary” upbringing to becoming the face of our country’s liberation and a beacon of hope to many others across the...
Walking to celebrate Nelson Mandela Day

Walking to celebrate Nelson Mandela Day

On the 12 July, the FunDza team was on the airwaves on Bush Radio 89.5 FM, to speak at length about the Literacy Fun Walk that will take place in Khayelitsha’s Khulani Library to Luhlaza High School. At the helm of the literacy fun walk is the goal of promoting...
FunDza on CTV channel 263

FunDza on CTV channel 263

On the 10 July 2018, FunDza Literacy Trust was interviewed for a 30 minute long segment on Cape Town Tv’s Ekse Let’s Talk youth show with other community-based organisations working with young people in various South African communities. Through the...
eLearning celebrated in essay competition

eLearning celebrated in essay competition

Johannesburg City Libraries’ Library and Information Services eLearning Unit ran an essay writing competition in collaboration with the FunDza Literacy Trust from 1 April to 31 May 2018. The intention of the competition was to promote eLearning services to the...
It’s pouring books at the KwaFaku Book Jam

It’s pouring books at the KwaFaku Book Jam

On the 30 June 2018, Nandi from FunDza Literacy Trust visited the KwaFaku book jam in Crossroads, Cape Town. The Book Jam was organised to encourage children and young adults to read for enjoyment and write for expression. It is through such initiatives with...