Civil Society Calls on SADC to Take Urgent Action on the Violence in South Africa. The recent outbreak of violence in the Republic of South Africa is a matter of grave concern for South Africa, the SADC region and Africa as a whole. Unfortunately these new wave of attacks against people perceived as “foreign” are not isolated actions by a few criminal elements. It is undeniable that a prevailing atmosphere of racist anti-African xenophobia has arisen in South Africa.
Having gathered at Manthabiseng Convention Centre from the 22nd to 25th July 2019 with an aim of contributing in the Reforms Processes the Country is undergoing; Undertaking this august exercise in light with a noble theme the Reform Process has adopted- ‘#The Lesotho We Want: Dialogue for National Transformation’.
The Kingdom of Lesotho is in the process of national reforms intended to spearhead the transformation of the Kingdom into a stable, prosperous and united nation as articulated in the document, #The Lesotho We Want
Deputy Minister of Education, Hon. Thabang Kholumo launched the road
safety programme being implemented by Lesotho Council of NGOs(LCN)
aimed at improving child road safety at St Bernadette Primary School in Maseru on Thursday (17/03/16).
Lesotho Council of NGOs convened a Training of Trainers (TOT)
at Palace Hotel on 17th-20th March 2016 to train partners and
associates as trainers on Mediation and Conflict Management as
well as equipping the partners and Associates with skills and
knowledge that will help them train CSOs to resolve conflicts
in their organisations...
As the world pauses to observe the International women's day (08/03/16), we as
civil society organisations in Lesotho would also want to take this time to
reflect on the progress of women aligning ourselves with the global theme
"Planet 50-50 by 2030, step it up for gender equity". We have organized a women's
forum to be held at AME Hall Maseru from 9:00 am...