Hatooa Mose Mosali started its operations in August 1990 in Teyateyaneng in the midst of many established weaving houses. In Teyateyaneng, weaving is considered a cultural heritage.
Hatooa Mose Mosali was formed by twenty-one Basotho women. It split in 1997 when fifteen women left and formed Elelloang Basali. We are now running it with five women. We hired ten women for weaving, four spinning women, two knitting women, to whom we will sell shares later on so that they can feel happy and proud when working at Hatooa Mose Mosali.
It was formed to be self-employed and to create jobs among other women and to fight against poverty.