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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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Maybe Wales should lead the UK out of the construction wilderness by adopting an inquisitorial approach, which is more in keeping with the motto attributed to Lesotho's founding father, King Moshoeshoe I, namely: "Give me peace: Peace is the rain that makes the grass grow: war is the wind that dries it up".
The road upgrades to the value of R14 million have resumed on Moshoeshoe Street, Vilakazi Street and Adams Road.
The roads that have been earmarked for rehabilitation are Moshoeshoe Street in Sebokeng, Vilakazi Street as well as Adams Road in Evaton.
Mr Kgathi, who is also an MP for Bobonong, called on the proprietor of Clyde View Dental Clinic, Dr Kago Moshoeshoe, to take a leaf from First Health Foundation, which brought into Bobonong various health specialists and nurses to provide free medical services to constituents.
Which small African nation was ruled by Moshoeshoe I and Moshoeshoe II?
After 50 years of tribal wars, the Basotho finally united in 1818 behind Chief Moshoeshoe I, a forward thinking 34-year-old who also acquired Lesotho's first horses.
1996 Lesotho king King Moshoeshoe II dies in car crash.
Monese, "Yield and performance analysis of the first grid-connected solar farm at Moshoeshoe I International Airport, Lesotho," Renewable Energy, vol.
Taking Moshoeshoe's BaSotho (3) as a starting point, two broad historiographic perspectives on cattle raiding become apparent: raiding as a means of (and often synonymous with) war; and cattle raiding as a consequence of war, shading into social pathology.
In 1903, the Basutoland (169) National Council convened to "compile the Basotho traditional laws and reconcile them with the 'laws of Moshoeshoe."' (170) This process resulted in the creation of the Laws of Lerotholi, a codification of customary Lesotho laws concerning topics ranging from Khotla procedure to marriage law to theft.
Moshoeshoe at Thaba-Bosiu and Sekonyela at Joala-Boholo emerged as the main centres of power in the greater Caledon River valley after 1828, and many of the Bataung ba Molete gravitated towards one or the other, but not all.