WordPower is back! We had our first session today. Last year, we read Blood Ties by Zimkhitha Mlanzeli from FunDza. Three WordPower participants wrote letters to Zimkhitha to tell her how much they loved the book, and Zimkhitha was kind enough to send signed copies of her books and FunDza t-shirts to all three. Congratulations toContinue reading “WordPower is back!”
From January 12-13, members and volunteers of The Hub had fun at Ba re e ne re Literature Festival 2018. On Friday January 12, we joined Storytelling with Film, a showing of three short films and conversation with the film directors: “Words after the world: a film in progress” by Christian Nyampeta “Monna oa motsamai” by Pheello “PJ” MakosholoContinue reading “Ba re Lit Fest 2018”
From November 21 – December 14, The Hub’s film crew took part in a successful 3.5 week collaboration/camp with students from Haute école d’art et de design – Genève (HEAD/Geneva University of Art & Design). The camp ended with a screening of films produced by The Hub’s film crew, students from HEAD and Sesotho Media & Development at Mophato oaContinue reading “Film making with HEAD”
86% of women in Lesotho have experienced some form of gender based violence (Gender Links, 2015). Today The Hub is taking part in the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women by launching a video produced by our students for #16 days of activism against gender based violence (GBV). “We cannot achieve genderContinue reading “#16Days Video”
We would like to congratulate Tsebo Makakole for winning The Sankofa Photography Project in October! The theme was the letters of the alphabet. Congrats also to Relebohile Sekhesa for winning the under 16! They won M100 airtime each from Vodacom Lesotho Foundation and Tsebo got a gift certificate to Lindy’s Catering.