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Sfiso Ncwane live at Lesotho 20160430
► Watch more Hard Enduro carnage: http://win.gs/HardEnduroCH South African Brett Swanepoel will start first on Friday’s stage one of the Roof of Africa in Lesotho, after setting the fastest combined time on Thursday’s Round the Houses lap race and mountain time trial. The 2015 third-place finisher outclassed 41-year-old Brit and defending champ, Graham Jarvis, and compatriot Travis Teasdale. Staged in what is affectionately known as ‘the mountain kingdom’ the day started with the traditional lap race through the streets of the capital city, Maseru. Jarvis, along with other pre-race favourites Andreas Lettenbichler and event rookie Alfredo Gómez made their intentions clear early on, however it was the locals who made most of the running. It’s often been said that you can't win a stage race ...
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The 10th Parliament of Lesotho reconvened today from a winter break and immediately escalated into heated and almost physical altercations. The government and opposition parties were at loggerheads with the latter demanding a retraction from the Prime Minister Thomas Thabane. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Would you believe me if I told you that 3 elderly women have been living in a cave since the 1940s, inside of tiny houses that are made of cow manure in Lesotho? I found this hidden community somewhere in the middle of Lesotho…. The journey took us hours and hours of driving up steep dirt roads, picking up a hitchhiker who helped give us directions, and running into little boys who were herding hundreds of sheep across the open plains. Lesotho is full of surprises! The 3 women were ecstatic when we visited them, and it was a very humbling experience to witness their lifestyle overall. This is just another example where I realize that money can’t buy happiness. ► Subscribe for more travel videos: http://bit.ly/2hyQnZ1 ► Travel Blog: https://drewbinsky.com/ FIND ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Fac...
Live version extracted from "Live In Lesotho" (Down South records, 1980) "We thank God and our ancestors for these beautiful mountains, glorious valleys, for our horses, sheep and cattle, for the vain and starry nights, the clouds that grace our skies and our rivers that bring us sweet mountain water. May there always always be love, peace, rain and abundance. KHOTSO!! PULA!! NALA!!" Hugh Masekela R.I.P LINE-UP : Hugh Masekela - flugelhorn ; Rene McLean - alto sax, tenor sax & flute ; Don Blackman - piano ; Bobby Brew - guitar ; Victor Bailey - bass, ; Poogie Bell - drums Album recorded at Maseru Holiday Inn Theatre before a small invited audience on a Tascam 8-track through a Raindirk mini mixer.
Former Lesotho deputy prime minister Mothetjoa Metsing, confirms that he has fled to South Africa where he's reported to be seeking political asylum. On Thursday during our telephonic interview, he confirmed that he has fled the country after receiving death threats. Tensions have been building in Lesotho since the recent arrest of the former Defence minister, Tseliso Mokhosi, over the killing of a policeman in 2016. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Lesotho is an African country who's boarders are completely surrounded by South Africa.The traditional rural culture is strong amongst its citizens who prefer to live in village clusters on the country's vast mountains. The citizens are mainly agriculturalists; they cultivate crops and herbs to live off of as well as sell in markets. Animals are kept in small farms and used as methods of transportation, assistance with cultivation of crops, and ultimately income. Music is important to Lesotho culture, and groups of people will come together to sing and play instruments at various community gatherings such as religious gatherings or community festivals. As well as music, Les Grandes Personnes, or the giant marionette puppets, can be seen at festivals, street performances, marching in para...
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A brief overview of our time here so far, including what daily life is like and the work we have done with World Vision