Moshesh


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Moshesh

(mɒˈʃɛʃ) or

Moshoeshoe

n
(Biography) died 1870, African chief, who founded the Basotho nation, now Lesotho
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The Transkei government, in 1977, took over the administration of approximately 22 mission hospitals and the state-aided hospitals, Umtata and Butterworth.'421 Chief Moshesh, the Minister of Health in the Transkei, inaugurated the first psychiatric hospital in May 1976.
Give them a Chaka with modern ideas, or a Moshesh [...] and where shall we be?" (62)
(1) Moshoeshoe (1786-1870), also spelled Mshweshwe, or Moshesh, whose real name was Lepoqo was regarded as the founder of the Sotho nation, called Basutoland by the British.
Drama, starring Armin Mueller-Stahl, Nthati Moshesh and Paterson Joseph.
According to Tshidi Moshesh, public relations officer for the ministry of sport, concerns started building up after South Africa's poor performance at Barcelona in 1992 leading to the establishment of a Ministerial Task Team to probe the country's sports structures and investigate the problem.
With: Debbie Brown, Eriq Ebouaney, Nthati Moshesh, Morne Visser, Quanita Adams, Kamo Masilo, David Isaacs, Nick Boraine, Clare Marshall, Yule Masiteng, Lillian Dube.
The letter pointed out that "only chiefs like Hintsa, Dingaan, Moshesh and Cetywayo will survive and enjoy the fruits of freedom.
He's had an affair with his commanding officer's wife and shocked the military establishment by romancing and marrying black African nurse Lilian, played by stunning Nthati Moshesh.