Rea qapa – We create

By Lineo Segoete Originally posted on Friday October 25 marked a ground-breaking development for the Morija Arts Centre when the Germond Art Library was added to its assemblage in an official launch held in the Morija Printing Works canteen. The Art Centre through Linotšing Studios and Maeder House Gallery, has grown steadily since 2011 when itContinue reading “Rea qapa – We create”

Walking for awareness – Together in pink

By Lineo Segoete My maternal grandmother’s older sister died of cancer that had spread from her breasts to her brain in 2000. The cancer escalated in spite of the removal of both of her breasts and intense chemo therapy, a battle that lasted for as long as I knew to name the difference between theContinue reading “Walking for awareness – Together in pink”

Vibing and ting at the poolside

By Lineo Segoete The Victoria hotel poolside became a historical venue this past Saturday when the first Summa Mashup dancehall gig was hosted by Raggavybz. By now everyone is familiar with the weekly dancehall sessions held at Meloding but this time, the organisers took it to the outdoors, to a more fitting set up. ThereContinue reading “Vibing and ting at the poolside”

Creative dialogues: engaging with Lesotho’s diaspora

Originally posted on By Leila Hall “For the younger generation of the Basotho diaspora, especially, I hope that the Conversations provide the inspiration to do more… I hope that this is an example of what can be done.” Maeder House – one of the oldest recorded buildings in Lesotho – stands quietly and unobtrusively next toContinue reading “Creative dialogues: engaging with Lesotho’s diaspora”

Musical Dialogue

Written by Lineo Segoete Kouyaté-Neerman the Mali-French music duo made their way to Maseru this past Tuesday evening thanks to Alliance Francaise de Maseru and Maseru Sun. The Lesotho leg of Kouyaté-Neerman Africa Music tour was presented as a dinner concert where audiences were spoiled with a wonderful food buffet courtesy of the Maseru SunContinue reading “Musical Dialogue”