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Phase III

Some of my friends at home have joked that it seems like I’m constantly telling them that I’m “finally a real Peace Corps Volunteer!” They’re not wrong – in the last 6 months, I’ve made it to quite a few milestones. 931 more words

The Women In Resistance exhibition is up!

The Women In Resistance exhibition is up! Officially opening tomorrow, Wednesday March 30 at Morija Museum & Archives.

In February, eleven members of The Hub were trained in the basics of portrait photography and journalistic writing. 123 more words



One of the most useful resume-builders I’m picking up in Lesotho is Sesotho. Just kidding… this language is spoken mostly only in Lesotho, and it will probably never come in handy once I leave. 785 more words

U ea kae? Ke tsamaea feela!

I live in a town called Ha Sekake. This area is made up of countless villages, and I’m not sure where Ha Sekake begins or ends. 783 more words

African Song Modima

“Modimo wa re rata” (Wir singen für dich, Gott, weil wir dich lieben) ist der Titel eines african song, den ich in diesen Tagen kennengelernt habe. 53 more words


Peace Corps Lesotho Video

My fellow Lesotho PCVs got together and made this awesome video. It features peace corps staff, volunteers, trainees, and Basotho. Take a quick peek at Lesotho life! ✌☔💰

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EDITORIAL: Reclaiming our languages is a collective effort

Language is an important part of our lives as it forms a large part of our identity and culture. We saw it as an important part of our work as journalists in the university to include African languages in our articles published in the WitsVuvuzela. 233 more words