‘Ke Batla Ho Bua’ Wins at Lesotho Film Festival

Ke Batla Ho Bua, a short film produced by The Hub in 2021, won the award for Best Short Film at Lesotho Film Festival¬†in December 2022! The Hub hosted Lesotho Film Festival in November. Ke Batla Ho Bua tackles the scale and impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, and how difficult it was for children toContinue reading “‘Ke Batla Ho Bua’ Wins at Lesotho Film Festival”

NXT Podcast Bootcamp

From December 5-9, 2022 Maleshoane Mohanoe represented The Hub at a NXT Podcast Bootcamp in Windhoek, Namibia. The bootcamp was organised by the Namibia Media Trust, with support from DW Akademie. The NXT Podcast Bootcamp focused on user-centred format development, journalistic information and content production, podcast¬†production process as well as distribution and discovery, including: WhyContinue reading “NXT Podcast Bootcamp”

Hour of Code 2022

After a break due to the Covid-19 pandemic, The Hub was able to host Hour of Code again from December 5-9, 2022! Our Skills & Soup participants had fun coding dance parties and more! The Hour of Code is organized by Code.org, and is a global movement in 180+ countries, with 61,437 events registered in 2022.Continue reading “Hour of Code 2022”

Lesotho Film Festival at The Hub

The Hub hosted Lesotho Film Festival on November 23, 2022. We enjoyed watching local films about Bacha Shutdown, heritage in the Morija region, and more! The afternoon left us inspired to keep creating and telling stories from Lesotho. Two of The Hub’s films are part of the festival this year: Ke Batla Ho Bua byContinue reading “Lesotho Film Festival at The Hub”

MIL Connect

From October 24-28, 2022, The Hub partook in MIL Connect, a collaborating event organised by DW Akademie, including a Media and Information Literacy (MIL) exchange, lively discussions, an MIL exhibition and creation of MIL products aimed at addressing the need for MIL education in the SADC region. DW Akademie has been working with The HubContinue reading “MIL Connect”