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October 21, 2019

When teachers give so much of themselves every day, it’s wonderful to see events that celebrate and reignite their passion and purpose. The Rise Up Teachers’ Conference held in Durban, KZN, on World Teachers’ Day, was just such an occasion. Educators from near and far...

August 21, 2019

This is an extract from Edufundi’s Annual Report 2018

Download full report here. 

A masterful mentor is someone who is able to see the mentee as he/she is as well as what he/she can become...

In educational terms, mentoring is about supporting and facilitating the develop...

August 24, 2018

I am Buyiswa Monakali teaching at Ebongweni Public School at kwaZakhele in Port Elizabeth. I have been in the teaching profession for 25 years. I joined Edufundi as a mentee in January 2018. I was reluctant to join the programme but I was motivated by attending the wor...

When Mr Tukulula joined Homba Primary as principal there were no school management team meetings or staff briefings taking place. Class management was ineffective and the school was not results-driven: marks were poor, no analysis of marks were being done and there was...

August 2, 2018

“Do not teach yourself”


“I often wondered why my mentor Mr. Brighton Tshuma would echo these words during feedback
sessions. I tried hard to understand him until one day when he explained that most of my teaching
sessions were not child-centered but more of a lecture m...

Ms Mpukuzela is a Grade 3 teacher in her second year of teaching at Xolani Primary School. She was recently interviewed by her Edupeg mentor, Lumka Ndlungwana, on how she came to teach at Xolani Primary and how being on the Edupeg programme has affected her teaching pr...

April 3, 2018

This is what Miss Nomava Vice shared with her Edupeg mentor, Joyce Baholo. Miss Vice is a Grade 1 teacher at Litha Primary School, who has been in the teaching profession for only four years, she is somewhat of a novice. 

"As a novice teacher I am benefiting greatly fro...