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MOHLOMPHEHI RAPAPA O FANA KA NTLHA-KEMO EA ‘MUSO MABAPI LE NYEOE EA TABA TSE AMANANG LE HO BULOA HOA PARAMENTE, LE LITABA TSA HO ETA HA MOHLOMPHEHI TONA-KHOLO LE MOTLOTLEHI RABASOTHO.
Lesotho faces challenges regarding the disorderly growth and development of human settlements thus slums and informal settlements despite the existence of policies, laws, and governance.
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Lesotho is largely covered in grasses, although trees also appear on the landscape. Indigenous trees include Cape willows, cheche bush (used for fuel), and wild olives. Other willows and white poplars have been introduced into the country.
Not Called The Mountain Kingdom for Nothing
Lesotho, a high-altitude, landlocked kingdom encircled by South Africa, is crisscrossed by a network of rivers and mountain ranges including the 3,482m-high peak of Thabana Ntlenyana. On the Thaba Bosiu plateau, near Lesotho’s capital, Maseru, are ruins dating from the 19th-century reign of King Moshoeshoe I. Thaba Bosiu overlooks iconic Mount Qiloane, an enduring symbol of the nation’s Basotho people.
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