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.
From October 14-15, The Hub hosted Lineo Segoete for a weekend workshop on storytelling. Day one started with a brainstorm with participants on ideas, who then created timelines of their own stories, and shared them for feedback. From there, participants started developing their own stories while working in groups, and received feedback from Lineo onContinue reading “Weekend Workshop: Storytelling”
The Sankofa Photography Project continues to grow at The Hub. Each month has a different theme, and Hub members are encouraged to check out cameras from The Hub, and photograph anything they see fitting to the theme. The best photo each month is chosen by a panel of judges, with prizes sponsored by Vodacom Lesotho Foundation, Cafe Mojo, Morija Guest HousesContinue reading “Sankofa Photography Project Update”
On October 7, 2017, The Hub’s volunteers and members partook in Conversations at Morija #3 at Maeder House, curated by Lerato Bereng. The conversations created a dialogue about the very concept of independence, whether national, social, gender-based, creative or literary, and featured an exciting line up of speakers: Natalie Buthelezi, Simon Gush, Lerato Seema, Khabele Mofelehetsi, ZakesContinue reading “Conversations at Morija #3”