On November 11, 2002, The Hub hosted Kutlong Centre For Hearing for free hearing screenings for parents and guardians of Skills & Soup participants, and members of the community. We were overwhelmed by the number of people who came to look for the services, making it clear that they are needed services! 58 people receivedContinue reading “Hearing screenings by Kutlong Centre For Hearing”
The Hub is proud to host Relebohile Monethi as part of Butterfly in Boots, an initiative by Morali’a Monethi Farms and U.S. Embassy Maseru. The program is hosting 6 girls from Morija in a 6-month entrepreneurship program, providing training & seed money to start a small business. After workshops, she spoils us with snacks from her catering business!
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”
One year ago film maker and activist Iara Lee reached out to us about screening her films in Lesotho. This week from May 10-12, 2018 her films Cultures of Resistance and Burkinabè Rising: the art of resistance in Burkina Faso were screened at Cafe what? and Alliance Française de Maseru in Maseru, and the last screening took place at The Hub yesterday. SheContinue reading “Cultures of Resistance Film Screenings”
Film maker Iara Lee will be in Lesotho to screen two of her films Cultures of Resistance and Burkinabè Rising from May 10-12. Screenings will take place at Cafe what?, Alliance Française de Maseru and The Hub. May 10 7PM – Maseru – Cafe What? – Cultures of Resistance May 11 3PM – Maseru – Alliance Française – Burkinabè Rising MayContinue reading “Film Screening: Burkinabè Rising”