Celebrating Mandela Day at Khulani Library

Celebrating Mandela Day at Khulani Library

18 July is the birthday of South African hero and legend, the late Nelson Rholihlahla Mandela, a day celebrated by many throughout the country.  The FunDza Literacy Trust was fortunate to have been invited by a dynamic young man, Sisonke Mengcane, the director of...
World Read Aloud Day 2017

World Read Aloud Day 2017

False Bay College Muizenberg invited FunDza to spend time with their Level 2 students this year in celebrating World Read Aloud Day on 16 February. We are fortunate to have an ongoing relationship with three False Bay College campuses where we run ‘Reading for...
Calendar for January 2017

Calendar for January 2017

 A new year! We are excited for 2017, and all it holds for FunDza. With most staff returning to work after some vacation time on the 9th of January, we hit the ground running and can’t wait to get stuck in to 2017! Some events this month include: 10 January:...
Shifting perceptions

Shifting perceptions

Back in April FunDza had a strategy session about where we have come from and where we are going. We strategised, bonded and thought and thought. And we felt. Our hearts spoke of the shifts that we as South Africans need to make in order to help develop the...
Update on our ‘Rights’ project

Update on our ‘Rights’ project

In 2014, to celebrate 20 years of democratic rule in South Africa, we launched a ‘Rights’ project to bring to life through a series of powerful, real-life stories the values of the Constitution and to show how our human rights culture underpins our...
‘Take a Girl Child to Work Day’ 2015

‘Take a Girl Child to Work Day’ 2015

“Girls who are educated, healthy and free can transform their communities and pass on the benefits to their children, and their children’s children.” – Graҫa Machel It was Cell C‘s ‘Take a Girl Child to Work Day’ yesterday. We were honoured to have...