Botlhale Hub Afrika is an online platform, that seeks to change the narratives about Africa and Africans. Botlhale reports on African matters and African excellence placing women, youth and children at the forefront. Botlhale is of the SePedi origin and be found in other Sotho languages like in SeSotho and SePedi as Bohlale. Botlhale means wisdom. Botlhale Hub Afrika is rooted and speaks to Agenda 2063, the Africa we want and desire: 1.Echoing the Pan-African call that Africa must unite in order to realise its Renaissance. 2. An Africa, whose development is people-driven, relying on the potential of African people, especially its women and youth and caring for children. 3.An Africa with a strong cultural identity, common heritage values and ethics. 4. Pan-African ideals will be fully embedded in all school curricula and Pan-African cultural assets (heritage, folklore, language, film, music, theatre, literature, festivals, religions and spirituality)

Botlhale Hub Afrika seeks to live in a world where women, children and the youth live in dignity and access equal opportunities. Our mission is to mobilise stories told by Africans, write them, share across Africa to the world. Botlhale Hub Afrika also plays a role of connecting Africans with each other. We also advocate reading of African stories written by Africans to transform the minds across Africa. Our values: Diversity Respect Accountability, Integrity and Professionalism African Feminism Our Content is also available on YouTube channel Phiwe Mncwabe (subscribe).

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Women, children and the youth are the most vulnerable in society. According to Stats SA in August 2021 "the official unemployment rate is at a record of 34.4%, or 7.8 million jobless people. Trends show that unemployment is concentrated among the youth and the black African population. The labour market is also more favourable to men than women". The global marginalization of women is unheard of. We want to tell a different story that is liberating Afrika and Africans on the continent.
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