KEMNET is a communications network that is solely interested in the pursuit of the “African Dream.” It is our hope that by presenting to you (the youth of Africa) a platform where you can voice your opinion on issues that affect us here on this black continent; we will bring about a positive change.
We here at KEMNET believe strongly in the power of youth, we strongly hope that by voicing our opinions we will spark the minds of young Africans to rise up and pursue their goals or aspirations.
It is time that we change the African narrative, which we all know and by now, all believe in. The narrative of an inferior race which is quick to lose its culture and values in pursuit of foreign ways and methods, a narrative which paints us as lazy, self loathing and highly unintelligent.
KEMNET seeks to bring back self love and pride in all that is African, to say to the youth that, “You are black and you are proud, say it LOUD!”
We are the generation that will bring about change, we are the generation that Steve Biko and Martin Luther King Jr dreamt of. We will make the world sit up and take notice. We will change the meaning of what it is to be black, from the popular misconception of “lazy, dumb and ignorant” to “intelligent, resourceful and proud.”
Kasi Corner Talks is a podcast that is presented to you by KEMNET and powered by SELIBENG.COM. We take ordinary Africans who are seeking positivity in any and interview them for a maximum time of 14 minutes. The podcast will be presented to you weekly and it will cover topics ranging from political, social and economical.
The show itself will try by all means to be as Raw as possible, so expect the REAL.
To add to this, KEMNET as a communications platform has collaborated successfully with radio stations such as Radio Maria 103.3 FM, and the The Nation newspaper.
What we hope to achieve through this different platforms is a skills share network that will see people of high esteem in any field, e.g, technology, business and otherwise share their personal tricks of the trade, and in so doing make Lesotho better off as a nation.
Eventually through the help of esteemed organization such as the U.N, UNESCO and others, KEMNET wishes to open up a fully fledged skills share platform fully equipped with classrooms and learner equipment.
We realise that there is a need for skills because most tertiary institutes don’t fully teach important skills such as entrepreneurship, networking, book keeping and others. KEMNET wishes to fill this gap through our innovative approach in learning.