What was de jure illegal may have been socially licensed (take, for instance, Hobsbawm's (2000 ) 'social bandits'), and what was legal may have been illicit in some contexts: for example, the tensions between colonial law and chiefly institutions in nineteenth-century Basutoland
(Burman 1981: 37).
46) And in May 1962, according to another Komsomol report, "hooligans beat two Basutoland
students, an event that provoked the sharp deterioration of relations between foreign and our students.
In 1903, the Basutoland
(169) National Council convened to "compile the Basotho traditional laws and reconcile them with the 'laws of Moshoeshoe.
On se questionnera un peu sur les <<lumieres de la civilisation >> vehiculees aupres des eleves du Basutoland
(Lesotho), mais on termine en se disant que ce <<milieu qui differe>> meriterait une attention distincte et surtout, un rapport direct plus concret en provenance des soeurs actives aupres des Basuthos (39).
In Africa, the former British colony of Basutoland
is now known as what?
Mangoaela (in Basutoland
Witness 26-7) has written:
Charles Noble Arden-Clarke, who had been the Resident Commissioner in Basutoland
from 1942, was Governor of Sarawak from 29 October 1946 to 26 July 1949.
Some aspects of circumcision in Basutoland
African Studies 24: 2-4.
Smith observed, "A very large part of [the] fertile area of Basutoland
(Lesotho) as recognised by Sir George Napier in the [British] treaty of 1843 was now in the hands of white settlers [in the Orange Free State, parts of Eastern Cape and Gauteng].
Among the works from the gallery's collection is the painting of flooding in Nuneaton by John Woodward Lines, and Richard Henry Smith's 1931 watercolour of Basutoland
in South Africa, poignantly painted and sent back to Nuneaton to show his family where he had emigrated to.
The LCD had similarly been formed in June 1997 to the chagrin of the opposition by the late Ntsu Mokhehle, then prime minister and leader of the then ruling Basutoland
Congress Party (BCP), who continued to rule until 1998 under the banner of his newly formed LCD.
Dr R A ('Pom') Moore-Dyke, the anaesthetist in 'Surgery', was born in Morija, Basutoland
, in 1901, of missionary stock.