How Lesotho a "Sovereign Country" Ended up in the Middle of South Africa

How Lesotho a "Sovereign Country" Ended up in the Middle of South Africa

How Lesotho a “Sovereign Country” Ended up in the Middle of South Africa

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  1. Power hunger is problem in Africa. Just join forces and become one beautiful UNITED STATES OF SOUTHERN AFRICA OR UNITED STATES OF AZANIA. because people of Lesotho, Botswana, Eswatini and Namibia are always in Mzansi.

  2. Africa is more than it looks.Africa includes Lesotho, Swaziland, Sierra Leone and many unknown beauties on it. One love Africa ♥️♥️♥️

  3. Lesotho has lots of Diamonds and Gas,its not resource poor.It also has Sub Sahara Africa’s only skii resort coz it snows heavy in winter.The photos and footage from snow season in Lesotho is so breath taking.Otherwise very good video family,keep on educating and learning more about mama Africa and her richness in diversity.

  4. Nelson Mandela and Ramaphosa sold out South Africa to Dutch colonizers from Holland and indians

  5. Leso2 that’s how it’s pronounced. But better pronunciation is better than the previous videos

  6. I’ve studied that Basotho could be the one of the 12 tribes meaning Basotho are the Hebrews…

  7. Oneday I hope Lesotho and eSwatini join South Africa to make the United States of Azania, maybe even could include Namibia.

  8. I love Lesotho. Mejametalana 💖🇱🇸🇱🇸💖. From Lesotho 🇱🇸 (Khotso, Pula, Nala)

  9. There is only political border between SA and Lesotho, of which I think it makes like difficult for Basotho whom many work in South Africa. We are simply one people. there are many Basotho in South Africa than in Lesotho. The same with Batswana. I have been to Tshidilamolomo, Mogkobistad , Logageng , Mmakgori and Tlapeng which are the villages near Botswana boarder. There is no physical boarder there. The people on both countries are one, some even have one Chief.

  10. Great video my dear. The last part might taint it though. Lesotho has natural resources as my fellow brothers and sisters have already pointed out and mentioned some of them. It will be great to research them.
    It would have been awesome to hear you say, "Lesotho’s white Gold…" And "Lesotho is popularly known as the Kingdom in the Sky because…" Otherwise, bravo ❤

  11. True..biblical kingdom in the sky.

    When it comes to natural beauty, one of the most beautiful cauntries in the world.

    Lesotho became a cauntry bcs colonisers couldnt infiltrate it..They defeated them in wars which are less talked about because they embarass the mothership (britain).

  12. Talking about a country not continent. BaSothos are one of the South African native. Lesotho must fall under SA and become 10th province of SA or join Orange Free State as it’s language is one of the eleven languages of SA. It was always the part and parcel of the country. Lesotho deserve to unite in its home SA.

  13. Unfortunately other countries still respect their cultures, so they can’t be one with south africa where everyone has rights, even their children go to school with short hair, but here in south africa you can’t see difference between a teacher and a child. So if they want to join us they must also willing to live the way they live cause we called it an abuse.

  14. Soo why the British gave independence to this three Swazi !batswana Lesotho ? And ignore Zulus !xhosa !BaPedi! 🔥🔥🔥🔥 It’s not like they were stronger 😭😭😭😭😭 basotho are here talking their forefathers fought ? This story is incomplete 😭😭😭😭

  15. I make no sense at all for lesotho to continue to be an independent state. Much of its population earn a living in south africa. Most of them collect social grants in south africa anyway. We are one people . They should just join free state. Same as swaziland..

  16. Moshoeshoe moshoaila oa Kadi Lebeola o beotse Ramonaheng deteu 🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸 Any mosotho in the house?? Take it from there. From Maryland USA LENONYANE in diaspora. 🇱🇸🇱🇸🇿🇦🇿🇦

  17. Please please the way you pronounce the Basotho heroes and places is not good at all try learning that

  18. You can’t even teach history your pronounciation is too bad and the way your narrate is too boring🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸

  19. Ms content creator,just a little contribution on your topic,a memorandum of incorporation to the RZA has already agreed upon,it’s up to the politicians to exacute it . That’s why you will never hear of illegal Basotoes in RZA,the majority of mine workers in SA come from Lesotho more that South Africans already

  20. Wow, I can’t believe that some Southern African countries/people want the Empirial Union of South Africa back,
    That’s like Hong Kong wanting British rule back.

  21. Oh God , my Kingdom in the sky😻😍😻😻😻😻🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸

  22. No Lesotho has natural resources, diamonds and water( which is sold to South Africa). The key factors that drives Lesotho’s economy downawards are: political instabilities, greed, corruption, crime and poorly fabricated legislation that does not meet today’s needs. Other factors also include lack of skills and poor education system and governance. We have incompetent politicians who are there to serve their own interests instead of the country’s priorities. POOR GOVERNANCE is just so ubiqutous amongst our leaders.

  23. as a mosotho man… sorry this video was made by a foreigner that doesnt really know about us…or how to pronounce our heroes

  24. My Grandfather was born in Lesotho in 1901. In the 1930s he crossed to the Free State to work for a white farmer, he settled on a farm and became a father of 11 children my father included. To me it makes no sense for the same community to be separated by a boarder like Lesotho and Free State province. But as a South African I support Lesotho being independent because our ancestors defended that land with their life against many rivals in the past, against both Europeans and Africans. Lesotho is my pride, the land of my forefathers a place where our culture and language is preserved for future generations. I hope this wicked politician must not destroy the legacy of King Moshoeshoe the founder of our nation.

  25. One can tell you made no effort to spell or pronounce names and places correctly, you could have done better as a proud African.

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