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The History of Basotho Blankets

The world-renowned Basotho tribal blankets are unique for a plethora of reasons! They have received recent fame around the world from being worn by Wakanda’s Border Tribe in Black Panther but they have been an integral part of Lesotho culture for over 100 years and have become a part of everyday life.

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Chasing Waterfalls in Lesotho

Although the hunt for the perfect waterfall can prove to be quite a trek, the spectacular feeling of fresh falling mist on your face and a gaze at the pure majesty of the natural world is a worthwhile way to spend a day. That is why you need to experience Maletsunyane Falls in Lesotho.

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The Tale of Graca Machel

Graca Machel has been known for many things. For her work as an international advocate for women’s and children’s rights, former freedom fighter and first Education Minister of Mozambique and as the only woman ever who has actually been the first lady of two nations.

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The Rebel, The Legend, Josina Machel

Josina Machel. She is the reason Mozambican Women’s Day rests on 7th April on the day she died, as a celebration for her struggle for equal rights and that of many women in the liberation of Mozambique.

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