Road to Annual Dancing Pencils Book Launch 2018

“It was delightful to have Laura Kheswa from the Ladysmith Dept of education head office together with her intern Lindokuhle to visit yesterday. Ayanda had been communicating ... Continue Reading →

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 →

Gcina Mhlophe Opens 2017 Book Launch

It is so important to have the RIGHT people to open our Dancing Pencils Book Launches on the 8th and 9th of September.  (The photograph shows Gcina speaking at our launch in 2015).   We ... Continue Reading →

Deda Primary School Anthology Submitted before 2017 Deadline

Deda primary learner during 2017 Right Brain Training Mr E.G Dlamini assist his learner get the crayons on day two of Ilembe 2017 Right Brain Training Educators are also trained as ... Continue Reading →

Second Anthology for the Willowfontein Dancing Pencils Club

The young men, members of the Willowfontein Dancing Pencils Writing Club in Pietermaritzburg, who are the authors of a second anthology, Going Up and Other stories, are in this photograph ... Continue Reading →