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”

Rediscovering my Land and Local Food

Originally posted by Slow Food Foundation By Chef Ska Mirriam Moteane The last six years have been incredible for me, even if it began with a tragedy: the passing of my mother in 2009. This terrible moment served as a kind of alarm bell. I was working for a food company in South Africa, I hadContinue reading “Rediscovering my Land and Local Food”

Tatso Ea Setso – Taste of Tradition

On the 10th of December 2014, Flava of Africa and Africa’s Green Generation held a lunch in celebration of Terra Madre Day. This celebration, named Tatso ea Setso – Taste of Tradition is part of a world-wide celebration to commemorate Terra Madre Day. Terra Madre Day is a moment for the Slow Food network to highlightContinue reading “Tatso Ea Setso – Taste of Tradition”

Video: How to Make a Keyhole Garden

Set in Lesotho, this video shows a group of schoolchildren making a keyhole garden. The charity Send a Cow showed them how to make it and the children can now make their keyhole gardens at home and have more food. Keyhole Gardens are a great addition to any school grounds. The design – which looksContinue reading “Video: How to Make a Keyhole Garden”

Dams and archaeology in Lesotho

Metolong Authority and the Lesotho Heritage Network host discussion on how to build dams in Lesotho and save cultural heritage.  The Metolong Dam represents a major advance for Lesotho, not only because it will provide clean, treated water to so many people and businesses in the west of the country, but also because it hasContinue reading “Dams and archaeology in Lesotho”

Walking for awareness – Together in pink

By Lineo Segoete My maternal grandmother’s older sister died of cancer that had spread from her breasts to her brain in 2000. The cancer escalated in spite of the removal of both of her breasts and intense chemo therapy, a battle that lasted for as long as I knew to name the difference between theContinue reading “Walking for awareness – Together in pink”

What it’s like to attend a Siyakhona mobile cinema community screening

Originally posted by Siyakhona Written by: Leila Hall It is a chilly Tuesday evening in Liphakoeng – a community perched on a hillside above the industrial zone of Ha Thetsane in Maseru. People are just getting home: many of them are workers in the nearby textile factories, and it is a long walk up theContinue reading “What it’s like to attend a Siyakhona mobile cinema community screening”