Hearing screenings by Kutlong Centre For Hearing

On November 11, 2002, The Hub hosted Kutlong Centre For Hearing for free hearing screenings for parents and guardians of Skills & Soup participants, and members of the community. We were overwhelmed by the number of people who came to look for the services, making it clear that they are needed services! 58 people receivedContinue reading “Hearing screenings by Kutlong Centre For Hearing”

Thank you!

Many thanks to everyone who joined our team by donating to The Hub and helping us continue our work in Lesotho. Here are some reasons people supported The Hub: “Because I BELIEVE in having access to tools for LEARNING” “I donated because young people all over the world deserve guidance and nurturing as they learnContinue reading “Thank you!”

130 Voices Report

The 130 Voices Report seeks to answer the question: What is the Vision for Morija and Matsieng? To answer this question one hundred and thirty individuals were interviewed. They include members of the Royal Family and Chieftaincy, as well as: business owners, youth leaders, clergy, church officials, government officials, professionals, educationalists, and leaders of organisationsContinue reading “130 Voices Report”

Ready for 2017

The Hub has been back in action for a few weeks after a summer break. Job-Ready Fridays have featured a photography Skills Session, and Hub Talks by singer Leomile, and Kanono Thabane from Lesotho Council of NGOs. Some of the upcoming speakers are award winning actor Lebohang Ntsane, and entrepreneur/motivational speaker Nozipho Nonyana. We areContinue reading “Ready for 2017”

The Hub is fundraising for a Wireless Network Storage Drive

The Hub urgently needs a Wireless Network Storage Drive for our work and upcoming projects: We currently do not have enough space on our computers for the large project files that will accumulate from digital media training workshops and from the creative work that our members will soon start to produce. We only have sevenContinue reading “The Hub is fundraising for a Wireless Network Storage Drive”