Ndibulele Sotondoshe

Ndibulele Sotondoshe

Ndibulele is a journalism graduate from Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT). He joined FunDza as an intern where he currently serves as a feature writer and compiles a series of profiles on ambitious and interesting South Africans who are making a difference in the world. The series is called ‘Inspiring Tomorrow’.

  1. Img Book

    Alfonso Peters – From Suffering to Surfing

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    Amelia Groenemeyer – Entrepreneur Grips Man-Dominated Field

  3. Anathi Nyadu - The Diary of Zinzi Zwane's Writer

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    Andisiwe Dyantyi – A Dancer Treads Over Fraud

  5. Img Book

    Anele Gwente - Lyrix Within

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    Asavela Peko - A Selfless Education Activist

  7. Img Book

    Bongekile Nqiyama - Raps it in a Book

  8. Img Book

    Bulelwa Dywili-Entrepreneur Minds Own Business

  9. Catherine Arendse – Readers Are Leaders

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    Cebo Solombela – IsiXhosa Author’s Work Speaks Volumes

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    Coline Bruintjies - Law Graduate Overcomes Trials

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    Colouring the airwaves

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    Dumile Sukati – Swims through pool of setbacks

  14. Img Book

    Emile Jansen – Hip Hop Legend Heals the Hood

  15. Img Book

    Emmanuel Sebareme-Youngster Finds Refuge In Sport

  16. Img Book

    Fikile Ngcamu – Fort Hare Student Defeats Disability

  17. Goodness Zulu - Out of the Goodness of Heart

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    Jacques Sibomana - Against all odds

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    Jason Woolf – From American to Khayelitsha

  20. Img Book

    John Fredericks - Ex-con Storyteller Rewrites His Future

  21. Img Book

    Kaylin Petersen – Teenage Photographer Captures Hearts

  22. Img Book

    Leletu Ntanjana - Captured By the Rope

  23. Img Book

    Lindile Sigweba - Teenage Maths Guru Counts Blessings

  24. Lorraine Nkwinika - Patience is Virtue for Young Nurse

  25. Img Book

    Lufefe Nomjana - Spinach King

  26. Mawande Sonti - Humble Beginnings

  27. Img Book

    Mbongiseni Dludlu - From Dieposloot to Deep Oceans

  28. Img Book

    Monique Willemse - An Eighteen Times Wiser Teen

  29. Img Book

    Muimeleli Mutangwa – Young Engineer Takes Lead

  30. Mzoxolo Kutta – A brighter future for this laundry owner

  31. Img Book

    Nicholas Xhonxa - Top Accolade for Kasi Entrepreneur

  32. Img Book

    Njabulo Madonsela - Take to the sky

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    Nomalungelo Mjwara - A Broad Shoulder to Cry On

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    Olivia Habonimana – An orphan who wins often

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    Philile Mbatha - Hope for others

  36. Img Book

    Phiwokuhle Mnyandu – ‘REAPs’ Fruits of Hard Labour

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    Sakhile Khuzwayo – Literacy Activist Passes Testing Times

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    Sandra Hill – Scores her goal at 35

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    Sibongile Fisher - Author's Own Short Story

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    Sicelo Kula – Jack of All Trades

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    Sihle Tshabalala - Ex-offender Escapes Isolation

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    Silindokuhle Tsotso – Legal Advisor Ploughs Back

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    Sine Buthelezi - Knows German By Heart

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    Siphenkosi Mbuqe – Maths Genius Disabled, Not Unable

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    Siyasanga Mbiko - The hip and 'appening' CEO

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    Siyavuya Mlungu - Three times a success

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    Suroe Abrahams – ‘Securing’ future through aluminium business

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    Thando Mkhoyi - New Chapter for Literacy Activist

  49. That's Where I'm From

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    Thembile Ngcukumeni - Guguletu Baker 'Kneads' Wisdom

  51. Img Book

    Thembinkosi Matika - Hustle Upgrade

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    Thola Antamu - A born performer

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    Thulani Mbenge - Boxing away obstacles

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    Thuleka Duze - Fashion Designer Embraces 'Africanism'

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    Tony Gubesa - Eyes On the Ball

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    Tshepo Phanyane – From Underachiever to Legal Savvy

  57. Unathi Magubeni - The Star Child

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    Vuyolwethu Mfumbe - Modelling the way

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    Xolamzi Mqhayi – You ‘REAP’ What You Sow

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    Xolisa Guzula - Grounded by Xhosa roots

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    Xoliswa Singiswa – Mother to the Orphaned

  62. Img Book

    Zamokuhle Buthelezi – Typing his future through IT

  63. Img Book

    Zimkhitha Mlanzeli – Writing her future

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    Zinhle Dlamini-Science Teacher Finds Life Formula

41 Responses

  1. Yhoooo iyababa leweyi
    Keep on you are doing well!!!

    3 Mar 2017 at 22:24
  2. Such great influence…Im truly inspired’ you one the people why i can not give up my writing/s.keep up!

    Mahlomola J.Masibane
    11 Feb 2017 at 21:05
  3. Wow the books are so epic nd interested..congratulations

    7 Feb 2017 at 08:07
  4. Wow these books are such a blessing keep up with the work God has given to you

    I’m impressed

    29 Jan 2017 at 20:30
  5. Yes I’m interested

    Magdalene scheepers
    27 Jan 2017 at 22:53
  6. Good evening! Yes I’m interested..

    Magdalene scheepers
    27 Jan 2017 at 22:52
  7. Good luck for everyone

    23 Oct 2016 at 17:26
  8. I read one of these a day. Very inspiring.

    A young writer using his talent to inspire. Thanks Mr Sotondoshe.

    It is very encouraging seeing young people collaborate like this, working together for the better good of society.

    keep up the good work Sir

    these on another level can an unleash a mighty book/ booklet

    need to get in touch with fundraising

    God bless

    6 Oct 2016 at 12:25
    • Fundza typo

      6 Oct 2016 at 12:26
    • great feed back indeed Xolani… im sure he’ll be encouraged and do more of this inspiration.

      8 Mar 2017 at 11:34
    • great feed back indeed Xhanti… im sure he’ll be encouraged and do more of this inspiration.

      8 Mar 2017 at 11:35
  9. Thank you Ndibulele for introducing us to amazing, diverse individuals – from spinach kings to ex-offenders, from surfers, to performers and boxers, from CEOs to models. These diverse true-life stories are so inspiring for our young readers.

    29 Sep 2016 at 20:27
  10. these books are better to people who want to change positively…
    for sure i do like them..

    kevin kamanzi
    18 Sep 2016 at 01:20

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