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Kamora Hore Serumula Sa Khotso Se Phethele Potoloho Ea Sona Le Litereke Tsohle Tsa Naha Ea Lesotho,Motlotlehi Hlooho Ea Naha ,o Khantsitse Serumula Se Seng Se Seholo Sa Boipuso Ba Lesotho. Sena Se Hlalositsoe Ke phala Ea Lekala La Tsa Lehae Monghali Relebohile Moyeye Puisanong Le Sea-Le-Moea Sa Ts’enolo Fm, Mme o re Sena Se Fapane Le Sa Pele Ka Hore Sona,Ehlile Ke sa Boipuso Le Ho Fetisa Molaetsa Oa Khotso Oa Khosi Letsie Oa III Monghali Moyeye a Boela a Supa Hore Serumula Sena Se Tla Tuka Selemo Kaofela(MPhalane 2016 Hoisa Mphalane 2017) ,Mme Setla Hlonyoa Selikoa Likoeng Sa Makoloi Maseru Kapa Moahong o Ntseng o Haheloa Ho Boloka Thepa Ea Nalane Ea Lesotho Haeba o tla be o Phethetsoe

(BY Mamonaila Maloi)

Taba Ea Ho Fumana Mesebetsi Ke Batho Ba Nang Le Bokooa Ka Mefuta Eohle Ho Bonahala e Sa Le qholotso e Kholo Kahare Ho Naha Ea Lesotho. Sena se Hlalosotsoe ke e mong oa Batho ba nang le Bokooa, bamasapo,Mathabang Maqhoacha Ea Bonts’ang Ha Ba Bueloa mantsoe a Bohloko Ha Ba Batla Mesebetsi ka Lebaka la Bokooa Ba Bona. A Khothaletsa ke Hona Batho ba nang le Bokooa Ho Ikopanya kaha Boholo ba na le Litsebo ba Ithehele Mesebetsi,ho hlola qholotso ena e ba Tobileng

 

(BY Mamonaila Maloi)

Naha Ea Lesotho e Hlaha Boemong Ba Pele Lefats’eng,Ts’oaetsong Ea Lefuba. Ke ka Hona Linaha Tsa Hloahloa Ea Afrika Tse akhang Lesotho,Kenya Le Tanzania Li Kentseng Kopo Ea Ho fuoa Litlhare Tse Tlang Hoba Molemong oa Bana. Lekala la Bophelo ka Lefapha Le Ikarabellang le Fihletse Qeto ea Hore Bana Ba etsetoe Litlhare tse Etselitsoeng Bona. Litlhare Tsena ke Tse entsoeng ka Bobebe ba hore Bana Ba Lisebelise, ‘me Li Matlafalitsoe Ho Latela Tekanyo ea Boima Ba Ngoana,Lihlalosoa ele Lipilisi Tse ka Qhibiliang Kahara Metsi, le Tatso e Tla Thabeloang ke Bana, ele Hore Ba se Nyahame Ha Ba Lokela Ho Linoa.

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Sharapova is currently serving a 15-month suspension after testing positive for banned substance meldonium at the Australian Open in January Maria Sharapova returned to a tennis court for the first time since January - as she appeared at a charity event in Las Vegas. The Russian's last competitive match on the WTA Tour came at the first Grand Slam of the year, the Australian Open, which she exited at the quarter-final stage following a straight-sets defeat to Serena Williams. In March the five-time Major winner revealed that she had failed a drug test during the tournament in Melbourne, before she was handed a two-year suspension in June. Sharapova will be able to return to the tour in April 2017 after her ban for taking prohibited substance meldonium was reduced to 15 months. Sharapova, who won Wimbledon in 2004 aged just 17, showed no signs of rustiness after such a long spell out as she tested herself against some of the game's greatest players at the World Team Tennis Smash Hits event in Vegas on Monday night. Andy Roddick, Martina Navratilova and John McEnroe were all in attendance as money was raised at Caesar's Palace to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation. Sharapova partnered American youngster Taylor Johnson as they lost against Navratilova and Liezel Huber in a women's doubles match. "It was a big occasion for her (Johnson) and also for me," Sharapova said. "I haven't been on a court for a while, for both of us, it was to have some fun and a bit of laughs." Later in the evening Sharapova and McEnroe faced off against Roddick and Navratilova in something of an all-star match on the multicoloured court in Sin City.

The United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election. Voters will vote for a new president and vice president through the Electoral College. The term limit established in the Twenty-second Amendment to the United States Constitution prevents the incumbent president, Barack Obama of the Democratic Party, from being elected to a third term. The 2016 election will determine the 45th President and 48th Vice President of the United States. The series of presidential primary elections and caucuses took place between February and June 2016, staggered among the 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories. This nominating process was also an indirect election, where voters cast ballots for a slate of delegates to a political party's nominating convention, who in turn elect their party's presidential nominee. Businessman and reality television personality Donald Trump became the Republican Party's presidential nominee on July 19, 2016, after defeating Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Ohio Governor John Kasich, Florida Senator Marco Rubio and other candidates in the Republican primary elections. If elected, Trump would become the oldest president to take office. Former Secretary of State and New York Senator Hillary Clinton became the Democratic Party's presidential nominee on July 26, 2016, after defeating Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Clinton is the first female presidential candidate nominated by a major political party. Various third party and independent presidential candidates are also running in the election. Two are on the ballot in enough states to mathematically win the electoral college: Libertarian Party nominee and former Governor of New Mexico, Gary Johnson; and Green Party nominee, Jill Stein; both of whom have appeared in major national polls. Johnson and Stein also ran as their parties' presidential nominees in the 2012 election.

 The United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election. Voters will vote for a new president and vice president through the Electoral College. The term limit established in the Twenty-

Country

Independence Date

Prior ruling country
 

Liberia, Republic of

26 July 1847       

          Usa

South Africa, Republic of

31 May 1910

       Britain

Egypt, Arab Republic of

28 February 1922

       Britain

Ethiopia 1, People's Democratic Republic of

5 May 1941

       Italy

Libya (Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya)

24 December 1951

       Britain

Sudan, Democratic Republic of

1 January 1956   

    Britain/Egypt

Morocco 2, Kingdom of

2 March 1956

       France 

Tunisia, Republic of

20 March 1956       

       France

Ghana, Republic of

6 March 1957

       Britain

Guinea, Republic of

2 October 1958

       France

Cameroon 3, Republic of

1 January 1960

       France

Senegal, Republic of

4 April 1960

       France

Togo, Republic of

27 April 1960

       France

Mali, Republic of

22 September 1960

       France

Madagascar, Democratic Republic of

26 June 1960

       France

Congo (Kinshasa), Democratic Republic of the

30 June 1960

       Belgium

Somalia, Democratic Republic of 

1 July 1960

       Britain

Benin, Republic of

1 August 1960

       France

Niger, Republic of

3 August 1960

       France

Burkina Faso, Popular Democratic Republic of

5 August 1960

       France

Côte d'Ivoire, Republic of (Ivory Coast)

7 August 1960

       France

Chad, Republic of

11 August 1960

       France

Central African Republic

13 August 1960

       France

Congo (Brazzaville), Republic of the

15 August 1960

       France

Gabon, Republic of

17 August 1960

       France

Nigeria 4, Federal Republic of

1 October 1960

       Britain

Mauritania, Islamic Republic of

28 November 1960

       France

Sierra Leone, Republic of

27 April 1961

       Britain

Tanzania, United Republic of

9 December 1961

       Britain

Burundi, Republic of

1 July 1962

       Belgium

Rwanda, Republic of

1 July 1962

       Belgium

Algeria, Democratic and Popular Republic of

3 July 1962

       France

Uganda, Republic of

9 October 1962

       Britain

Kenya, Republic of

12 December 1963

       Britain

Malawi, Republic of

6 July 1964

       Britain

Zambia, Republic of

24 October 1964

       Britain

Gambia, Republic of The

18 February 1965

       Britain

Botswana, Republic of

30 September 1966

       Britain

Lesotho, Kingdom of

4 October 1966

       Britain

Mauritius, State of

12 March 1968

       Britain

Swaziland, Kingdom of

6 September 1968

       Britain

Equatorial Guinea, Republic of

12 October 1968

       Spain

Guinea-Bissau5, Republic of

24 September 1973
(alt. 10 September 1974)

       Portugal

Mozambique, Republic of

25 June 1975

       Portugal

Cape Verde, Republic of

   5 July 1975

       Portugal

Comoros, Federal Islamic Republic of the

6 July 1975

       France

São Tomé and Principe, Democratic Republic of

12 July 1975

       Portugal

Angola, People's Republic of

11 November 1975

       Portugal

Western Sahara 

28 February 1976

       Spain

Seychelles, Republic of

29 June 1976

       Britain

Djibouti, Republic of

27 June 1977

       France

Zimbabwe, Republic of

18 April 1980

       Britain

Namibia, Republic of

21 March 1990

       South Africa

Eritrea, State of

24 May 1993

       Ethiopia

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The Mozambican government is still seeking answers over the death of its first democratically elected president‚ Samora Machel‚ on South African soil three decades ago.

Carlos Agostinho Rosario‚ Mozambique’s Prime Minister‚ said They were still looking to the South African government to conclude the investigation into the plane crash that claimed Machel’s life.

Mozambique is still seeking answers over Samora Machel crash. Picture: FILE Widely recognised as a revolutionary and a visionary leader‚ Machel died on 19 October 1986 with 33 compatriots. His presidential plan crashed in the hills of Mbuzini‚ a village in Mpumalanga near the Mozambican border. It was widely believed Machel’s plane was shot down by the then apartheid government of South Africa. Machel was one of leaders of Africa who were collaborating with South Africa’s anti-apartheid movements to collapse the regime. An investigation by the South African government into the crash remains inconclusive.

The 30th anniversary of the incident was commemorated on the 17th November at the Samora Machel Museum in Mbuzini. The ceremony drew hundreds of people from South Africa and Mozambique‚ including five Mozambican men who survived the 1986 crash.

Speaking at the event‚ South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa paid tribute to Machel who‚ “died on his journey to achieve a peaceful‚ stable‚ secure and prosperous region“.

“Thirty years after the tragedy‚ we are bound to ask whether President Samora Machel would be satisfied with the progress we have made in ushering in an era of peace‚ unity and prosperity. We must ask ourselves whether we are equal to the task of creating inclusive societies that share their wealth among their people‚” Ramaphosa said.

SABC1 soapie Generations: The Legacy’s Wandile Radebe is a woman. The character portrayed as the youngest of the three sons of Zola Radebe, real name Mutodi Neshehe – the guy wrecking Karabo Moroka and Tau Mogale’s marriage – is actually played by voice-over artist and stage and TV actress Chiedza Mhende. But Generations’ creator Mfundi Vundla and his producers are hard at work keeping the Zimbabwe-born Mhende’s gender a closely guarded secret.

It seems they are gearing up to surprise the unsuspecting viewers with a most startling plot since the reinvented soapie hit the screens in December 2014. The actress has even been barred from speaking to the media until she is unmasked in the next few weeks. According to Generations’ publicist Gaaratwe Mokhethi: “Unfortunately, Chi [an alias Mhende is popularly known by] is not doing interviews as yet. We’d like her story to evolve before she can speak to the media.”

When pressed, Mokhethi said: “Many others have enquired and requested to speak to her, but it’s our prerogative to withhold interviews with Chi until such a time we are ready.” But a glimpse into the upcoming episodes suggests Wandile will struggle with his sexuality when guys hit on him because of his feminine looks. Although determined to get in touch with his feminine side, guys push him to start dating girls. In 2006, Mhende moved from Zimbabwe to Cape Town to study at the African Film and Drama and Arts (AFDA) School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance.

She was introduced to Cape Town’s theatre world as Lady Capulet in the Artscape production of Romeo and Juliet in 2010. The multi-talented Mhende is also the voice of Al Jazeera’s global health series Lifelines and SABC2 kiddies wildlife series Siyaya. She has played Sandile in the Cape Town film Love the One You Love, which debuted at the Durban International Film Festival in 2014, and was nominated in the best young actor category of the Africa Movie Academy Awards. While doing theatre work in Cape Town, she got credits in Sello Duiker’s The Quiet Violence of Dreams, JM Coetzee’s Waiting for the Barbarians, and was Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

As Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce drama continues, new facts continue to emerge with regard to the split, as well as how the custody battle surrounding their six children has impacted the stars.

1. It’s unlikely Pitt and Jolie have been speaking.

In the wake of child abuse allegations leveled against Pitt, the Department of Children and Family Services reportedly implemented a child safety plan. ET confirms that, given the safety plan, it's unlikely the 52-year-old star has been in contact with Jolie directly, as any communication would likely need to go through both parties' attorneys.

2. The federal investigation remains open.

ET confirms that the federal criminal investigation into child abuse claims is still ongoing, despite some reports to the contrary, and that the FBI has not yet interviewed members of the family during the course of its investigation. The FBI tells ET that it is "continuing to gather facts and will evaluate whether an investigation at the federal level will be pursued." FBI 'Continuing to Gather Facts' Regarding Brad Pitt Child Abuse Allegations

3. Jolie’s brother is not the caretaker of the kids.

Regarding tabloid reports that Jolie's brother, James Haven, has been serving as a caretaker for the pair's six children, ET has learned the claims aren't true. Give the tumultuous nature of the divorce, many friends and family are contributing their time to help and visit with the kids, including Haven, but claims that he's the children's caretaker are inaccurate. He's simply one of many people close to the family who are assisting during this difficult time.

4. It is still unclear if Pitt has seen the kids.

A recent report that Pitt saw his children last week, for the first time since Jolie filed for divorce on Sept. 19, is incorrect. However, it's still unclear if the actor has seen his children at all, or if he is likely to anytime soon. Pitt and Jolie agreed to a temporary custody deal at the end of last month, which is in effect until Oct. 20. Sources tell ET Jolie and Pitt each volunteered to participate in individual counseling, and Pitt also agreed to undergo drug and alcohol testing, though he was not required to.

By( Zach Seemayer )ET

In line with all criminal investigations in France, Kim can be summoned to give evidence as a key witness at any time Kim Kardashian is prepared to return to France if summoned by a judge leading the investigation into the £9 million robbery which saw the reality TV star attacked in Paris, her lawyer said today. The 35-year-old left the country within a few hours of the October 3 heist, and is furious at claims that it was all a publicity set up. Kim insists a gun was put to her head, and that she was gagged and tied up during the horrifying crime, and is suing those who dispute such claims. Jean Veil, the 68-year-old celebrity Paris barrister who is now representing Ms Kardashian’s interests in France, said ‘she is very calm and very determined over a matter that was particularly violent’. Asked by the BFM news channel if Kim would actually come back to France as the investigation progressed, Mr Veil said: "If she is summoned to France, she will come to France, but judges also have the possibility of moving [to the USA]. "My client travels a lot, she will probably have to come to France ... We'll see how it works out." In line with all criminal investigations in France, Kim can be summoned to give evidence as a key witness at any time. The five men thought to have been involved in the attack on Ms Kardashian face charges of "armed robbery by an organised gang, criminal conspiracy and kidnapping". In the meantime, an instructing judge is leading an investigation involving some 100 judicial and criminal brigade officers. Mr Veil said Kim "is waiting for results in the enquiry that will find those who attacked her, who stole her jewellery, while hoping we will find them too." Beyond the loss of her jewels, including a £4.5 million engagement ring from her rapper husband Kanye West, Mr Veil said his famous client had to put up with suspicions of a "set up" or "marketing coup". Kim was particularly upset by a sneak video showing her sitting on a sofa calmly examining her phone within a few hours of the robbery. She looks unflustered and is ignoring judicial police officers looking for evidence inside the first floor flat at an exclusive complex in central Paris. Mr Viel said: "She is just as disturbed by the fact that at the same time that she was attacked, there was someone who took a video." Mr Viel added that the film was being used to make out that the whole thing "was was nothing more than a hoax or fabricated case. These are defamatory claims, and she cannot put up with them if they persist". The website is already suing the website MediaTakeOut over claims the entire heist was a set-up. Mr Veil said that, beyond litigation in the USA, a complaint had been made to Paris prosecutors about MediaTakeOut. Almost two weeks after the heist, police have found no DNA evidence pointing to the identify of the robbers, and have not released any CCTV, suggesting the trail has gone extremely cold.

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