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From St. John’s High School to Famo frontlines

A journey of music, conflict, and frustrated hope Kananelo Boloetse In last week’s issue, I discussed how politics hijacked Famo Music in 2006, leading to violence...

Government’s unhealthy relationship with Chinese

Rapelang Mokotsolane Mosae “Moruo Ke Bophelo”! That was the rallying cry of the RFP when campaigning for elections, they promised economic growth and putting the...

Young Kenyans lead the way, and Africa stands with them

Kananelo Boloetse Last month, in May, I found myself in the vibrant city of Nairobi, Kenya, attending the 2024 edition of the AllAfrica Media Leaders’...

Spirit of youth uprisings resonates in Nairobi

Staff Reporter The recent protests in Nairobi, sparked by proposed tax hikes amidst rising living costs, are a powerful testament to the enduring spirit...

The Famo crisis: How politics hijacked Famo Music and fueled violence

Kananelo Boloetse In the early 2000s, following the tragic killing of Sanko, tension within the Famo music community soared to unprecedented heights. The loss of...

Cuba and Lesotho celebrate 45 years of bilateral relations

Ambassador of Cuba to Lesotho, Enrique Orta González Cuba and Lesotho have maintained a friendly and fraternal connection, that have resulted in 45 years...

Celebrating two decades of deepening EU-UNDP partnership, for people and planet

The vibrant partnership between the European Union (EU) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the past two decades continues to yield positive...

Lessons from Lesotho

With a coalition government likely after South Africa’s elections in May, many are looking at the West for examples of coalition politics. South Africans,...

Time for Action: Our Land, Our Future

Kananelo Boloetse Sixteen years ago, in 2008, the Parliament of Lesotho took a significant step towards safeguarding our natural heritage and securing a sustainable future...

Preserve famo music – root out criminal elements, not the culture

The recent government decision to ban the Seakhi group, along with eleven other organisations, marks a troubling moment for Lesotho. Renowned famo musician Lehlohonolo...

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