Uniform Campaign Donations

Back-to-school season marks an important period in every learner’s journey, filled with anticipation and excitement. While some eagerly anticipate reuniting with friends, others look forward to making new connections. However, this excitement is often overshadowed by the challenges faced by families with limited financial resources in obtaining essential school gear and stationery.

Fundi – Sibongile School Donations

Fundi donates R30 000 to Sibonile School equipping learners to “know more” and “be more”

18 July 2019, Kliprivier; Johannesburg South. Chief Marketing Officer of Fundi, Mala Suriah, has presented the Sibonile School for visually impaired learners with a cheque of R30 000. The funds will be used to upgrade the school’s conventional braille machines –

Fundi – FundiFund relay announcement

Matric Class of 2020 “wins” thanks to FundiFund marathon event
Residents living close to Tembisa Secondary School were awakened by the sound of an air horn at 06h00 on Tuesday this week. The single blast not only signalled the beginning of the FundiFund 12-for-12 relay race, but was also

Fundi: school bag handover (Mpebe Primary School)

Fundi recently gifted 420 learners at the Mpebe Primary School with new school back-packs. Inspired to act and do something to help children carrying their school books in heavy iron cases or old back-packs, Fundi’s team is hoping to replicate the initiative’s success in other provinces in the near future.

Uncertain future for Golden Steps School in KZN destroyed by looting:

Durban: Golden Steps School for the intellectually challenged opened in 1979 by volunteers. Today, the school management is uncertain about the future of teaching and learning after the property was damaged and looted.
The school currently caters to more than 200 pupils and it employs 22 teachers.

Struggling Sakhile’s academic dreams come true:

From sleeping in a park at night, a young student is now able to enjoy full-time tertiary studies thanks to a generous bursary. WHEN homeless student Sakhile Nsibande was interviewed on eNCA recently about his Covid-19 lockdown experience

Ayandamantombazane Mhlongo writes:

The job market is extremely competitive and skilled employees are high in demand. Degrees are required for a wide range of careers such as Medicine, Education, Engineering, Accounting and Law