Analysis on key developmental, political and security issues in Lesotho as they affect real people. This site brings about interaction and debates which are meant to demystify some of the issues which have been circulating in the public domain in Lesotho and Southern Africa.
July 16, 2016 at 12:54 pm
It is pathetic for the media to be terrorized . The entire nation can croup in the dark . I just hope the government is swift on this one .
November 22, 2016 at 3:18 am
Thank you for the analysis. I have 3 small technical suggestions: a] Pls date the entries. Although each article’s web URL contains a date, it would be useful for purposes of citation and reference for each article to have a date listed (or an original and updated date if applicable). b) It would be useful to either give a hotlink to key documents discussed (such as the Amnesty Bill in the article “Fear and desperation in Lesotho’s Amnesty Bill”) or to upload scanned copies of the doc. c) In the article “Fear and desperation in Lesotho’s Amnesty Bill” there is a typo in the phrase “broad about shock in the establishment” (first parag); presumably you mean “brought about…” (vs. “broad”) Thank you/Kea Leboha Ntate
June 27, 2017 at 5:44 am
Thanks for your political insights on Lesotho! We live there as expats and work with a local startup and it’s great learning more about this nice country.
August 14, 2017 at 2:44 pm
The articles are well thought-out and present straightforward views about Lesotho’s politics – is it possible to have them laid out chronologically? The current (column) format is cumbersome and makes for difficult reading.
Keep up the good work Ntate!
August 14, 2017 at 2:47 pm
Thanks for the well thought out analysis, keep up the good work Ntate – but the layout is a bit cumbersome, it might be better to not have the columns set out as columns…