Dams and archaeology in Lesotho

Metolong Authority and the Lesotho Heritage Network host discussion on how to build dams in Lesotho and save cultural heritage.  The Metolong Dam represents a major advance for Lesotho, not only because it will provide clean, treated water to so many people and businesses in the west of the country, but also because it hasContinue reading “Dams and archaeology in Lesotho”

New creative team to lead Morija Arts & Cultural Festival

Originally posted on Morija.co.ls In mid-February 2014, we announced that Mr. Thabo Leanya, who served as Director of the Morija Arts & Cultural Festival since 2009, has taken up a senior post in the Department of Culture in Maseru. We wish him well in this new post and trust that he will continue to workContinue reading “New creative team to lead Morija Arts & Cultural Festival”

Jammin in Rustlers

By Lineo Segoete For the past five years a quaint village hosts alternative folk, jaded city types and adventures for the Annual Jammin ‘n Ting Music and Arts Festival. Enthusiasts come together as loners seeking tranquillity and spiritual elevation and wind up bonding with kindred spirits in the process. For four days there is balanceContinue reading “Jammin in Rustlers”

Place of the Cannibals – Malimong

By Lineo Segoete Lesotho, a place that resembles the feeling of being wrapped in the warm arms and voluptuous bosom of a favourite grandmother, a feeling transfixed in her enigmatic mountains and meandering valleys basking under clean clear skies, is home to many unknown and remarkable gems of nature. Among them are the Kome CavesContinue reading “Place of the Cannibals – Malimong”

Sesotho: A beautiful art.

By Lineo Segoete Before I go any further may I just say, I acknowledge the irony of this writing considering the language in which it is crafted; nevertheless I will continue and express my thought. I love Sesotho! This is not breaking news I know but please hear me out. Sesotho is a very potentContinue reading “Sesotho: A beautiful art.”