Weekend Workshop: Song Writing for Change

From February 23-24, 2019, The Hub hosted a weekend workshop on song writing for change, led by Siphiwe Nzima Nts’ekhe, Meloh & O.G. S’killz. Participants were led on exercises on writing and performing, while examining issues around gender and abuse. The group wrote a song during the workshop, which will be recorded, and have a music video filmed forContinue reading “Weekend Workshop: Song Writing for Change”

#16Days Videos

A 2013 Gender Links Violence against Women baseline study in Lesotho revealed that 86% of women in Lesotho have experienced some form of violence at least once in their lifetime*. From 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day, The Hub is participating in the #16Days ofContinue reading “#16Days Videos”

#16Days concert with MIP

Huge thanks to Magic In Progress for supporting #16Days at The Hub with a concert on November 17, 2018! Magic In Progress (MIP) is a Maseru based hip hop collective, who have been supporting The Hub for several years with free performances and workshops. We are incredibly grateful for their support! The line up featured T-Mech, RMC, Kimberley, Stevey-E, RifleContinue reading “#16Days concert with MIP”

#TotalShutDown

The Hub partook in the #TotalShutDown march against Gender Based Violence. We are proud to be part of this important movement in Southern Africa, many thanks to our friend Lineo Tsikoane for setting an example in activism for the rest of us to follow! Maseru, Lesotho – midday, Wednesday 1st August 2018. The police have stopped trafficContinue reading “#TotalShutDown”

#16Days Video

86% of women in Lesotho have experienced some form of gender based violence (Gender Links, 2015). Today The Hub is taking part in the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women by launching a video produced by our students for #16 days of activism against gender based violence (GBV). “We cannot achieve genderContinue reading “#16Days Video”