27 February 2013

Prince Harry returns to Lesotho for charity projects

Prince Harry's charity Sentebale, ­which means "forget me not", works with local communities at grassroots level.

The prince will carry out a day of public engagements including a gala dinner for his charity, in Johannesburg, South Africa.

He set up the Sentebale charity to support orphans and vulnerable children in Lesotho.

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19 February 2013

Ramphele launches a party political platform

"Mamphela Ramphele, activist, author and doctor, today launched a party political platform, ending weeks of speculation. She named the party Agang in Sesotho which means “Build”.

She says the party will focus on rekindling hope to SA."

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 [Ed's note: In Lesotho Sesotho and southern Sotho in South Africa, this would be "Ahang", instead of "Agang." The verb is "ho aha" (to build), the imperative is "aha" (singular) and "ahang" (plural). Thank you Seipati, for correcting me.]

18 February 2013

A suggestion

I suggest that in Sesotho when people resemble each other too much, I suggest we say: "Ba tšoana joalo ka libono!"

Link: A suggestion