News from Bulungula!

Growing The Bulungula Incubator iiTablet Tshomiz programme continues to grow! The programme started with an online Mathematics programme for one school which has grades 1-9. It has now grown to

Our reading day with Bongolethu

Today is the day It is CSI day and we were all excited and maybe nervous. It was a very beautiful day and perfect to show love to the kids.

It takes a village to raise a child

It’s a myth that Montessori is exclusive I was probably in my twenties studying in London when I heard of Montessori as a form of schooling; as tends to be

Projects for 2018

  13.03.2018   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

Hello lovely friends of Kamvalethu! It’s a new financial year- which means updates to our project partners. For those staff in our business partners who were not able to attend

Sponsorship 2018 is here!

  9.02.2018   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

Starting well in 2018

  22.01.2018   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

Hello to all our wonderful business and project partners and friends, By this time in January, the kids are back at school and we have all found our way back

Volunteering is good for your health

  4.12.2017   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

I hate to say I told you so… but according to this post  “Studies have shown that when we are charitable on a regular basis, it can lead to positive physiological

Waking Up – Vuka

  6.11.2017   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

Follow me to school… Meet Mihlali and Siya. Cousins living in Rini village situated in the former Transkei. Mihlali lives with her aunt and uncle here because her mom works

Projects Update

  11.10.2017   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

It’s high time for a catch up with all our project partners on what has been going on in their neck of the woods these last few months: Ncinci Ones

Reading for Fun

  29.09.2017   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

This month I would like to introduce you to Nal’ibali, an organisation built on the simple logic that a well-established culture of reading can be a real game-changer for education