Weekend Workshop: Human Rights

From July 13-14, 2019, The Hub hosted Lineo Badia for a weekend workshop on Human Rights, and documenting Human Rights stories. Lineo is an experienced human rights lawyer and activist. She volunteers her time and skills to promote youth participation and protection of the rights of the vulnerable, with particular interest in women, children and the LGBTIQ community in Lesotho. On Sunday, participantsContinue reading “Weekend Workshop: Human Rights”

The Hub turned 3!

We celebrated The Hub’s 3-year anniversary on August 11, 2018 with a party in the Morija Museum Amphitheatre. Vodacom Lesotho Foundation made sure it was a day to remember with amazing prizes, including 10 phones, to winners who answered Hub-related trivia questions! Cafe Mojo also supported us with pizza! Many thanks to all the supportersContinue reading “The Hub turned 3!”

Weekend Workshop: Storytelling

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”

Sankofa Photography Project Update

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”

Weekend Workshop: Theatre

From September 9-10, 2017 The Hub had fun hosting Jessica Lejowa for a weekend workshop on theatre. Jessica is a theatre practitioner, educator, researcher and facilitator with experience at University of the Witwatersrand, Grahamstown Arts Festival and more. The workshops started with participants learning an approach to devising theatre step by step, and an introduction toContinue reading “Weekend Workshop: Theatre”

Skills Session: Cooking Trout

We had fun on Saturday May 6, 2017 with Chefs Mikey Kamohelo Mathai and Neo Ramathebane learning four ways to cook trout, as well as a vegetable stir fry, mashed potatoes, wood fired oven cooked potatoes and flat bread. Trout is farmed in the highlands of Lesotho, as well as found wild in some the rivers,Continue reading “Skills Session: Cooking Trout”

Community Clean Up with AGG

From April 29-30, 2017, The Hub held a community clean up with Africa’s Green Generation (AGG) in Morija. They did a great job combining environmental education with fun activities for the 50+ participants! AGG is an environmental organisation based in Maseru, which works with youth in their community of Moshoshoe II to build healthier, greener andContinue reading “Community Clean Up with AGG”

Sankofa Photography Project update

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, with prizes sponsored by Cafe Mojo, Morija Guest Houses & Tours, Lindy’s Catering, andContinue reading “Sankofa Photography Project update”

The Sankofa Photography Project

This week marked the beginning of a new photography project at The Hub titled ‘Sankofa’. Each month will have a different theme, the theme for May is ‘Heritage’. Hub members will be encouraged to check out cameras from The Hub, and photograph anything they seem fitting to the theme. The best photo each month willContinue reading “The Sankofa Photography Project”

Dance4Life

On Saturday 12th December, The Hub hosted Dance4Life – an HIV/AIDS awareness fun day for young people in Morija and its surrounding areas. Participants earned raffle tickets by getting tested for HIV and taking part in a range of educational carnival-style games. The crowd enjoyed performances by T-Mech, Magic In Progress, Muhjestik Thamae, and UrbanContinue reading “Dance4Life”