Valentine’s splash in the Sunday Tribune

Valentine’s splash in the Sunday Tribune

The Sunday Tribune in KwaZulu-Natal ran a Valentine’s Day Special that gave readers a taste of FunDza’s fabulous short stories that can be read and enjoyed on FunDza’s mobi site (fundza.mobi). As the feature coincided with Valentine’s day, of course they selected hot...
Top reads of 2016!

Top reads of 2016!

We like to keep an eye on the most popular reads on FunDza so we can try to understand what our readers love/want/need to read. So, here’s our analysis of FunDza’s greatest hits of 2016! Drum roll, if you please… Top 5 Books: Sugar Daddy, Love...
The pen is mightier than the sword!

The pen is mightier than the sword!

Creating a writing nation: In the month of October, FunDza ran creative writing workshops with Ikamva Youth in Macassar. The plan was to pilot a workshop and see if there was a need for it. Well, the need was there. Ran by Sandra Hill with the assistance of a FunDza...
A conversation across generations

A conversation across generations

The following blog post is written by Eva Cortes, a student at the University of Kentucky, who – together with Heather Hayes – is volunteering with FunDza. *** Last week we had the opportunity to attend the AGM of the Athlone chapter of University of the Third Age...
Prince of pace

Prince of pace

Prince Leema first came into contact with FunDza via Mxit when he was still at school. He says that he wanted to write for us, but was focusing on his school work.  He is a determined young man with a philosophy of being himself and finding out what works for him....
Lunch with Lauri

Lunch with Lauri

By: Ros Haden We were excited when we heard that one of our FunDza writers, Lauri Kubuitsile, was coming down on holiday from Botswana and that she wanted to come and visit us and have a swim at Muizenberg! Lauri’s has written over twenty short stories for the FunDza...