Animation: Mamela Lefats’e

From April 23-27, 2019 The Hub held an #EarthDay themed animation workshop. Watch our claymation Mamela Lefats’e below! Our Jr. Dream Team also made their own stop motion film using toys donated by the Toy Project! Special thanks to Lehlohonolo Tlhaole from Two For Designs and Anna Cai from Morija Arts Centre for leading the workshop, and sharing their time and skills with us! “You are building […]

Skills Session: Comic books

Big thanks to Douglas Holgate for spending time with us on Friday October 28 for a Skills Session on comic books. He is an Australian illustrator and comic book artist, our members were especially excited about his work on the Regular Show comic. After Douglas gave a presentation on his work, and showed us work […]

InI sound a breath of fresh air

Originally posted by Lesotho Times By Mohalenyane Phakela GIFTED with a witty lyrical delivery coupled with a unique melody, InI’s bursting on the local music scene has been a breath of fresh air for Hip Hop lovers. Imagine and Inspire, or simply InI, is a grouping consisting of producers, rappers and vocalists. The outfit was formed a couple […]

A Vegan Diet (Hugely) Helpful Against Cancer

If you’re anything like me, the “C” word leaves you trembling. But today there is very good news to report: Research suggests you can improve your odds of never getting cancer and/or improve your chances of recovering from it. Not with a drug or surgery, although those methods might be quite effective. This is all […]

Inspired by Malala

We Must Make School Accessible to the World’s Children When Malala Yousafzai was targeted and shot by the Taliban in Pakistan on October 9th, simply for wanting to go to school, the whole world of education was changed forever. Globally, 32 million girls do not yet go to primary school and since October 9th, thousands […]

Social Media, a Powerful Means to Condemn GBV

Harare, Zimbabwe — Twitter and Facebook are popular social media platforms, with Facebook being the more popular of the two. As popular as they are, social media platforms can be tools for change or can give more opportunities for the vulnerable to be further victimised, exploited or harassed. Tinopona Katsande, a performer and disc jockey […]

Recycling generates 26‚000 jobs

Recycling PET‚ the plastic used to manufacture beverage bottles and food containers‚ has helped generate almost 26‚000 indirect jobs‚ and the plastics recycling industry can reduce poverty across SA and contribute to GDP growth‚ says PETCO CEO Cheri Scholtz. PETCO is the industry organisation responsible for PET recycling in SA. Addressing the SA National Bottled […]

The war on men through the degradation of woman

This was originally posted in Sinous Magazine, and was definitely worth sharing! After slaying critics in defense of her daughter Willow, outspoken actress and activist Jada Pinkett-Smith took to Facebook today to drop some knowledge on how the degradation of women has resulted in problems for both sexes. As we look at societies where the women are lost, struggling for education and otherwise […]

One woman’s culinary adventure

This is a post from Flava of Africa, originally posted in Lesotho Times. “Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are.”  Brillat-Savarin On Tuesday night, I attended the launch of “Cuisine of the Mountain Kingdom, Cooking in Lesotho”, a new book by Ska Mirriam Moteane. Through her company, Ska’s Kitchen Consultancy, […]