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Do you know its wrong to say a Sotho person, Sotho boy,woman, lanuage etc. Please say a Mosotho man, boy, Sesotho etc...read, be informed and use proper nouns/ demonyms because that shows RESPECT of other nationals
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This is a slightly strange thing to say - Lesotho and Swaziland are independent countries; why shouldn't they issue their own currency? Instead saying 'like Swaziland, Lesotho issues its own curreny...' all you need say is the Sotho currency is called the Maloti.
What a lovelly country, I so much love it. im a mosotho & to me nothing comes first than Lesotho. this is a blessing undercover.
I really love the pictures they are awesome. I'm a sotho girl from mount fletcher and i'm in the Fort Hare university in Aice. The people around here are very xenophobic, they treat us sotho's as foreigners as if we don't know anything about life, and what I know is that I will remain sotho and very proud, as for these pictures I love them cause they show our real lifestyle
The country is breathtaking but I hope the AIDS epidemic can be stopped so the native people can once again appreciate their land.
Thank you for these photos. I've never been to this part of the world but now I want to go.
I just stumbled on this site, and I'm hooked to all this, i have a girlfriend that side, the views make me wanna migrate (she'd love that) tsk tsk...
Hey, really cool to see the photo's from you!!! Hope you will visit us some time again on our farm in Namibia!!!
Just just returned from my trip to South Africa this summer, where I had the chance also to go to Lesotho. I was absolutley taken away by its beauty the mountains, valleys, the ppl. My friends and I managed to do some hiking, horse back riding, and quading....I'd go back in a second. Nice Pics.
A terrific reminder of our visit! Is Mrs Moosa's donga still doing well!? She had continued to terrace and cultivate a donga, an eroded gulley, after being widowed, and we had a great conversation about plants, and also about being a Guider, travelling all the way to Windsor, England, in, I think, the 1950s. Penny Turnbull
wicked brother... you've seen my country. -max thabiso
Beautiful images of a very interesting part of the world.
these are amazing pictures!
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