A mobile library is born

A mobile library is born

Wearing a FunDza T-shirt has never been as much fun as at this year’s Jozi Book Fair. I was approached by many like-minded people who recognised the bright yellow smiley FunDza face on my shirt and came to chat about literacy matters. One such person was Banele...
False Bay College and Nikkie’s drive for literacy

False Bay College and Nikkie’s drive for literacy

FunDza has a great relationship with False Bay College, and holds regular Reading for Enjoyment sessions at both Fish Hoek and Khayelitsha campuses. We asked Nikkie Ncgawa (Student Representative Council at False Bay College, Fish Hoek) to tell us about the book drive...
FunDza gets Zapper!

FunDza gets Zapper!

What is Zapper? To quote Zapper: It is a mobile app that makes payments simple and secure. When you find a Zapper QR Code, scan it with Zapper and confirm the amount to be paid. Your payment card details are stored on your phone using secure encryption. You’d...
Award-winning author donates short story to FunDza

Award-winning author donates short story to FunDza

Jenny Robson, an award-winning author living in Botswana, wrote and donated her short story Courage like a lion to FunDza for use on its mobi site and Mxit portal. FunDza is hugely appreciative of Jenny’s support in getting South African teens reading....

Thank you to Coronation for “popularising reading”

The FunDza Literacy Trust is grateful for Coronation Asset Management’s support of its “popularising reading” programme. The funding received from Coronation will ensure that FunDza is able to provide even more beneficiary organisations with access...
Rabinowitz family donates 300 books to four Cape schools

Rabinowitz family donates 300 books to four Cape schools

Ben and Shirley Rabinowitz generously donated 100 copies of each of the three Harmony High titles to schools in Cape Town. On Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 September, FunDza visited each school to handover the books. Herzlia Middle School student representatives, together...