From Mangochi to Matsapha – Swaziland and South Africa hold Learning Hubs
Activists and partner organisations in Swaziland and South Africa followed Malawi in holding their in-country Learning Hubs in August. In Swaziland, Musa Dlamini and Zakithi Sibandze facilitated reflections on the state of the country, and looked critically at the work being done by the 14 participants with youth and women on diverse issues like climate change, GBV, unemployment, and health justice. In Johannesburg, Ongeziwe Badli and Keamogetswe Seipato facilitated a similar number of 15 activists from 14 organisations, and they grappled with issues of gender, organising, justice, and activism and the compensation of activists.
Click here to see pictures of the Learning Hubs. Plans are advanced to convene Learning Hubs in Zimbabwe and Zambia, and one more in Cape Town to accommodate the more numerous partner organisations in South Africa.