The interns give us the scoop!

The interns give us the scoop!

We’re blessed with two young, vibrant, smart and literacy-savvy interns, so it would be wrong to not find out how they are enjoying their stint at FunDza so far. We welcomed Tamica Mopp at the start of February and Aimee-Claire Smith a week later. Here’s...
My week at FunDza

My week at FunDza

We were lucky enough to have Trinity join us in the trenches for a short stint! This is her experience with us: “I first found out about FunDza through my gran. Some time back, I was wanting to job shadow someone for 3 days for a school project that we had to...
Trinity – adding magic to the team

Trinity – adding magic to the team

Usually they say young people are lazy and they don’t want to work, that they sit around on their phones all day and chat to their friends. This may be true for some but not for all. Trinity Munro is one of the exceptions. Trinity is a grade 10 learner from the...
Introducing girls to FunDza

Introducing girls to FunDza

FunDza had the opportunity to participate once again in Cell C’s Take a Girl Child to Work Day. It was a great success last year, so naturally we decided to repeat the exercise. We invited learners from one of our beneficiary schools, Matthew Goniwe Memorial High, to...
Thank you to volunteer editor – Jodi Els

Thank you to volunteer editor – Jodi Els

  In Thomas Wolf’s book, Managing a Nonprofit Organization in the Twenty-First Century, he says that the single most important defining characteristic of any non-profit organisation is the people who work within it. Paid. Unpaid. Staff. Volunteers. Because of...