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Stories about Lesotho

Live Twitter Chat Draws Attention to Lesotho's Worst Drought in Recent History

"The problem is getting worse, so we must tackle it with long-term solution, not just food aid."

Live Twitter Chat #AskLesotho Brings Lesotho's Worst Drought in Recent History to the Fore

“Send a Cow ”is a UK-based international development charity. Global Voices spoke with its Communications Manager, Azita Shamsolahi, about a live Twitter chat, #askLesotho, the group is organising this week.

Lesotho Political Crisis Updates on Twitter

Was There a Coup in Lesotho?

First LGBTI Parade in Lesotho

Lesotho: Defence Force Top Brass Facing Court Charge

Lesotho: Lesotho vs Corruption

Lesotho: Touching Tiny Lives

Lesotho: Discover Lesotho

Lesotho: My visit to Lesotho

Lesotho: Maseru Men

South Africa: A glowing tribute to Dennis Brutus

The News of the death of Dennis Brutus came as a rude shock to many, not just in South Africa but to the world at large who knew him for...

African photographers, writers and artists find their voice in blogs

As more Africans come to realize the power of blogging as a tool for expression on a global scale, the number of bloggers has increased and so has the themes...

XDR-TB: Photographer Brings Emerging Disease Into Focus

In 2007 renowned war photographer and photojournalist James Nachtwey received a TED Prize, granting him $100,000 and one wish to change the world. Nachtwey's wish was to share a vital...

Lesotho: Creating electricity from wind turbine

Lesotho: Missionary healers

Africa: Dealing with AIDS in Africa

Kenya: the double edged nature of personal media

Africa: Blog This Poem!

The African blogosphere is rapidly expanding, bringing more voices online in the form of commentaries, opinions, analyses, rants...and poetry. Blogs have created a new space for African poets to share...

Lesotho: election dispute update

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