Danny
Title: Co-founder and CEO
Danny Lurie is passionate about working with, inspiring and training youth to achieve social justice and tackle pressing health problems in their communities. Currently based in the Kingdom of Lesotho, he works with a team of change makers engaging youth through live events, mainstream media, mobile technology platforms and online.

He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the African School of Film and Television in 2000 and worked in advertising, wrote several television dramas and even performed in film, television and on stage before establishing The Hillside Digital Trust in 2009. Drawing from his background in media and the arts he founded the organisation to

Ma-Lord
Title: Production Manager
Ma-Lord Mefane is a media and communications specialist as well as our production manager extraordinaire. Born and raised in Lesotho Ma-Lord is passionate about social entrepreneurship and community activism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moleb Profile

 

Title: Spokeswoman and Online Media Manager
Moleboheng Rampou is our spokeswoman for the YOUth4Peace platform and Take the Pledge campaign. Molebs, as she’s affectionately known, hosts a weekly half hour radio show for Take the Pledge discussing issues around HIV and stigma & discrimination. She believes she is an activist because as she puts it “…when there is something that bothers you; any form of injustice or wrong, stand up and act…”

As an up and coming social entrepreneur, she uses her various skills to make her voice heard, drive for change and end injustice in all its forms; especially among the youth in her country.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tsepo
Title: Director / Cameraman / Editor
In 2013 Tsepo Mohai enrolled in Hillside Digital’s Siyakhona project implemented for Kick4Life at FIFA’s Football for Hope Centre in Maseru. Successfully completing his training in video production and human rights based community activism Tsepo continues to use his skills to raise awareness and advocate for issues most pressing to the youth. Tsepo is passionate about using film and media in innovative ways to bring about social justice and improving the lives of youth in Lesotho.Tsepo is proud of the films he’s directed so far for United Nations Development Program, Catholic Relief Services and others.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dube

 

Title:Director / Cameraman / Editor/ Digital Design
Born and raised in Maseru, Lesotho; Tseliso Dube is a young Mosotho film maker. In 2013 he joined the Siyakhona Media Studio project at Kick4Life where he gained his film making and rights based community activism skills. After taking part in two award winning documentaries which brought real change to the lives of Basotho; “The darkest hour” and “The Collector,” he developed a passion to use his skills to work for social change and advocate for the more vulnerable.