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”

March Weekend Workshop: Women’s Rights & Gender Based Violence

The weekend workshop for March on Women’s Rights and Gender Based Violence wrapped up yesterday afternoon at The Hub. Over the two days Human Rights Lawyers Mats’eliso Khesa and Mpho Maema of Women’s Law Clinic broke down a number of issues facing communities in Lesotho. Founded by Advocate Mpho Maema in 2016, Women’s Law ClinicContinue reading “March Weekend Workshop: Women’s Rights & Gender Based Violence”

Teaching computer skills to LNCW students

Since March 8th 2016 (International Women’s Day), The Hub has been holding weekly computer skills training with students from the Morija chapter of Lesotho National Council of Women’s (LNCW) vocational schools. The group consists of 14 girls, many of whom are orphans or vulnerable youth. They study sewing for a period of two years. TheContinue reading “Teaching computer skills to LNCW students”

WordPower kickstarted at The Hub!

WordPower, a brand new literacy program at The Hub, kickstarted with its first session yesterday! We had a great time learning about writer and filmmaker MK Asante and reading extracts from his memoir, Buck. WordPower will be meeting every Thursday at 4pm. Everyone above the age of 14 is free to join, even if you are notContinue reading “WordPower kickstarted at The Hub!”

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”