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”

Camp with SOS

This week The Hub hosted a two day camp with youth from SOS Children’s Villages Lesotho. Thursday morning they started with a hike to the dinosaur footprints, followed by a day of Life Skills sessions. The sessions were led by Selebalo Molefe, he is the senior volunteer at The Hub and has years of experience workingContinue reading “Camp with SOS”

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”

December 12 – Dance4Life

On Saturday December 12, join us in the amphitheatre at Morija Museum & Archives (MMA) for Dance4Life! Enjoy a free concert with games and raffle prizes! The day will start at 11:00 with a fun walk from road side to MMA Amphitheatre From 12:00 – 17:00 FREE concert with games and activities at MMA Amphitheatre Live onContinue reading “December 12 – Dance4Life”

Pusha Love Chomees – Start Living!

Originally posted by Kick4Life By Leila Hall It is a hot summer afternoon in Maseru, Lesotho. On the rooftop of one of the buildings at Kick4Life, a group of young people are sitting in a circle with their heads bent, quietly writing. The silence is broken only by the shouts of children playing down below.Continue reading “Pusha Love Chomees – Start Living!”

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”

Take a stand in addressing Lesotho’s water crisis

The Siyakhona Media Studio is a not-for-profit community based project bringing together Basotho youth from varied and underprivileged backgrounds to be a voice for their communities, to enact social and behavioral change. The participants are trained in participatory human rights based video journalism and community activism. The Siyakhona Media Studio’s objective is to give aContinue reading “Take a stand in addressing Lesotho’s water crisis”

Kick4Life – Speak Out Lesotho!

Originally posted by Kick4Life on December 3, 2012. Every year, from November 25 to December 10, governments, NGOs and individuals worldwide take part in the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence – an international campaign which aims to raise awareness of the issue of gender-based violence. In Lesotho, sexual violence against women and girls is aContinue reading “Kick4Life – Speak Out Lesotho!”