Category Archives: Lesotho

2014 Oct. 5: “The best day of their lives”

by Mlungisi Msomi The day I married my best friend changed my life forever! Everyone always says their wedding day is “the best day of their lives” and I believe it was for me as well… but it seems like … Continue reading

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2013 Dec. 3: “Strategies to overcome Political Exclusion-Lessons from Southern Africa”

Remarks by Amb. Mustaq Moorad Regional Director, International IDEA, Africa Programme at the Workshop on  “Strategies to overcome Political Exclusion-Lessons from Southern Africa” Pretoria, South Africa Ladies and Gentlemen, Let me welcome you to Pretoria on behalf of International IDEA. … Continue reading

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2013 March 28: Inkanyiso members at work

L-R: Thuli & Lerato L-R: Ricki & Chuma L-R: Muholi, TP, Ntombi & Lesego L-R: Charmain, Ricki & Chuma L-R: Ntombi & Lesego L-R: Malik and Botshabelo Visuals by Nqobile Zungu captured at the HIVOS LGBTI activists capacity building training … Continue reading

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