FunDza on the radio 2013

Dorothy Dyer was interviewed on PowerFM for 30 minutes, discussing FunDza’s work on Tuesday the 8 October 2013. Emma van der Vliet of the Centre for Education Innovations discussed FunDza on PowerFM on 24 August 2013 Phoebe Sibomana and Ros Haden were interviewed...
FunDza’s success in 2013

FunDza’s success in 2013

              Thank you for all the support received throughout 2013 which has enabled the following: US Library of Congress Literacy Awards has included FunDza in their ‘Best Practices’ publication as a project that exemplifies ‘innovative and effective work in the...
Touching lives through fiction in rural KZN

Touching lives through fiction in rural KZN

The David Rattray Foundation schools in rural KZN are among the beneficiaries of FunDza’s ‘Popularising Reading Programme.’ ‘From Boys to Men’ is the most recent book in the Harmony High Series. Copies were delivered to the Rorke’s...
FunDza in the News: Radio 2012

FunDza in the News: Radio 2012

                  Mignon Hardie was interviewed on “Back Chat!” on Bush Radio on 29 November 2012. Mignon Hardie was interviewed by  on “Talk at 9″ on 702 on 25 April 2012. She was also interviewed by John Maytham on the Afternoon Drive on Cape Talk on 29 March...

Go between the covers for the love affair of your life

Letter published in the Cape Times on Friday, 7 September 2012 8 September is International Literacy Day, a UNESCO-organised day that aims to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies. Coinciding with this, South Africa has been...
Our Story

Our Story

The motivation for the founding of the FunDza Literacy Trust grew out of the experiences of Dorothy Dyer, who was an English teacher at LEAP Science and Maths School in Pinelands. The LEAP school caters for talented students from deprived backgrounds and provides them...