ULundi Zulu Dance Champs ’18 Was A Success

The 1st Zulu Dance Champs was a success. This exuberant event was well attended. Thy were many of high profiled delegates across the the globe. Dancing Pencils team, especial the found ... Continue Reading →

Shasta (from: on writing right brain and DANCING PENCILS)

My father had no desire to hold a steering wheel in his hands but I did. On top of that I dreamt of owning a convertible sports car. I was nineteen years old when I got my driving ... Continue Reading →

Ciara’s School Thought Ciara wrote too slowly. But Right Brain Differed

It’s been a lovely and warm festive season with a lots of visitors and amusing moments to cheer ourselves up concluding the year 2017. However, last year we finished the year ... Continue Reading →

Children Give Us Joy~Yasmin Jamal

My first interaction with Felicity Keats was at the workshop sponsored by Engen in 1998. I was at Austerville Primary School and we had our first book launch in 1998.  In 2000 ... Continue Reading →

2017 Book Launch Thrived…

THIS YEAR’S BOOK LAUNCH WAS UNIQUE AND VIBRANT, OFFICIAL OPENED BY GCINA MHLOPHE. SOGIDI PRIMARY – DANCING PENCILS ANNUAL BOOK LUNCH   26 learners from Sogidi Primary ... Continue Reading →

MEDIA STATEMENT-August 2017

Dancing Pencils Literacy Development Project A group that helps people write and publish books, The Dancing Pencils Writing Club, has encouraged people especially in rural areas and ... Continue Reading →