QPR Reporting for UNESCO 2005 convention

Ba re e ne re was nominated by the Department of Culture in the Ministry of Tourism, Environment and Culture of Lesotho to be a civil society delegate at a training of trainers from the Eastern and Southern Africa regions, this September. The training was facilitated by UNESCO and candidates included members of civil society and state … Continue reading QPR Reporting for UNESCO 2005 convention

International Literacy Day dialogue le Balisa.

Ba re e ne re was invited to collaborate with the Lesotho Council of NGOs (LCN) and Lesotho Association of Non-formal Education (LANFE) in hosting a community dialogue with Herders (Balisa) in Sefikeng, Berea on 10 September 2019. The aim of the outreach was to promote the value of literacy and education among Balisa. The initiative was also … Continue reading International Literacy Day dialogue le Balisa.

SHORT STORY: ‘A journey of discovery’ by ‘Mamohau Thetsane

The “Freedom of Creative Expression” stories continue with "A journey of discovery" by 'Mamohau Thetsane --- It felt amazingly weird at first; everything around me seemed to have rhythm, an inexplicable yet beautiful melody that I could not understand. More amazing was the uncontrollable urge for me to reach for a pen and paper, to … Continue reading SHORT STORY: ‘A journey of discovery’ by ‘Mamohau Thetsane

SHORT STORY: “From the lips of ghosts” by Mafa Maiketso

The “Freedom of Creative Expression” stories continue with From the lips of ghosts by Mafa Maiketso. --- The white-bearded ghost howled and screamed in blood curdling grunts which shook and rattled the stern-looking trees, robust rocks, wet stones, rusting gates and decaying buildings in the vast wasteland nearby. The ghost was going to die again. … Continue reading SHORT STORY: “From the lips of ghosts” by Mafa Maiketso