Lesotho

 
Goodbye to the godfather of Lesotho politics
Goodbye to the godfather of Lesotho politics
Late January and early February in Lesotho promise the peak of summer heat, thunderstorms in the late afternoon and the partisan in-fighting of...
The new accordion cowboys
The new accordion cowboys
When gun-toting Boers were threatening to usurp Lesotho from its rightful inhabitants during the rampant wars of the 1800s, Morena Moshoeshoe I...
Shaun’s new job: Murder in Lesotho
Shaun’s new job: Murder in Lesotho
The Lesotho government has invited Shaun Abrahams, the controversial former boss of South Africa’s prosecutions authority, to prosecute eight...
Abortion: SA must speak up
Abortion: SA must speak up
‘I woke up this morning and a nurse told me that I have been in a coma since I came in,” says Ntsoaki* from her bed in Lesotho’s only...
SADC trade deal with EU criticised for not promoting regional economic development
SADC trade deal with EU criticised for not promoting regional economic development
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has received much negative press domestically since its establishment in 1992.
Remembering the moment that SA soldiers marched into Lesotho
Remembering the moment that SA soldiers marched into Lesotho
Saturday is the 20th anniversary of democratic South Africa’s military intervention in Lesotho. Christopher Williams reflects on Nelson...
Afromontane pioneering sustainable mountain research
Afromontane pioneering sustainable mountain research
Mountains and highlands have always played an important role in the history of mankind. They produce economically essential goods and services...
Fractures weaken Lesotho’s ruling party
Fractures weaken Lesotho’s ruling party
Tom Thabane was jeered by supporters of his own party last week, in what analysts see as a sign that his days as the Lesotho’s prime minister may...
Hawks confirm probe involving chief Brexit financier
Hawks confirm probe involving chief Brexit financier
The Hawks have confirmed that there is an ongoing investigation involving British businessman and Brexit financier Arron Banks and his former...
Scientific research is SA’s future
Scientific research is SA’s future
The recently published Mail & Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans 2018 line-up offers an interesting revelation, in that at least 40% of...
Not a school in sight: Autistic children travel 500 km to learn
Not a school in sight: Autistic children travel 500 km to learn
On a hot summer day in December, Limpho Malebina Shale gave birth to her son at Makoanyane Military Hospital in Lesotho’s capital,...

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