Although overlooked this awards season, a new film by Lebohang Jeremiah Mosese deserves your attention.
The Joint Boundary Commission that Lesotho and South Africa have revived, gives hope that some sort of border deal might be possible between the two countries.
How economic disparities, inequities, and opportunities occur side by side in Lesotho.
Few things are going on as normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, political dysfunction in Lesotho continues, with negative ramifications for Basotho.
Teachers are undervalued around the world. The Lesotho teachers strike is yet another case to prove that point.
The rise of populism across the US and Western Europe has been well documented, but it is not only an American or European issue. The case of Lesotho.
What will the renewed land debate in South Africa mean for the border woes of neighbors such as Lesotho?
The now-public critique of development only benefiting the well-connected in Lesotho needs to be taken seriously.
Lesotho writers and creators' growing awareness that they are part of a global society and just trying to claim their place as agents in this world that they live in.
The Basotho people must have a stake in the production and distribution of their culture.
Last week in Lesotho, opposition leaders Tom Thabane and Thesele ‘Maseribane fled to Botswana and South
In May 2015, Lesotho lost one of its most vibrant and creative minds, the photographer Hlompho Letsielo.
Development, broadly defined, has dominated Lesotho’s political discourse throughout its nearly 50 years of independence. This
The story of Ba re e ne re, now probably Lesotho's premier literary festival as told by those involved from its start in tragic events.
One evening while channel surfing at home, I stumbled upon what sounded like a rap cypher*
The film "Forgotten Kingdom" has become one of the most powerful representations of Lesotho. Does it get it right?
Lesotho's media and the "problem" of Chinese immigrant shop owners.
An idea of what's going down in Lesotho with the emcees whom I think will be making a considerable amount of noise in 2013.
Nicholas Kristof believes his journalism must contain a familiar entity from Western society – a white American – to make the content accessible to his readers.
The coverage of Lesotho's 2012 elections don't move beyond superficialities and actually delve into the complexities of local politics.