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U ea kae? Ke tsamaea feela!

I live in a town called Ha Sekake. This area is made up of countless villages, and I’m not sure where Ha Sekake begins or ends. 783 more words

African Song Modima

“Modimo wa re rata” (Wir singen für dich, Gott, weil wir dich lieben) ist der Titel eines african song, den ich in diesen Tagen kennengelernt habe. 53 more words


Peace Corps Lesotho Video

My fellow Lesotho PCVs got together and made this awesome video. It features peace corps staff, volunteers, trainees, and Basotho. Take a quick peek at Lesotho life! ✌☔💰

Peace Corps

EDITORIAL: Reclaiming our languages is a collective effort

Language is an important part of our lives as it forms a large part of our identity and culture. We saw it as an important part of our work as journalists in the university to include African languages in our articles published in the WitsVuvuzela. 233 more words


Wits journalism introduces African language lecturers

Three indigenous speaking mentors have come to join the Wits journalism department to help students write in their native tongues.

 Palesa ‘Deejay’ Manaleng, Vusi Mchunu and Zulumathabo Zulu will be assisting the students in writing their stories in Sesotho and isiZulu. 374 more words


On marking surface tone in Sesotho

I may very often write posts about Sesotho with special emphasis on its tonology, or some other aspect which touches upon it.

It will thus be necessary to mark tone on Sesotho words, and this will require a system of marking tone which is precise without being burdensome. 397 more words