New ambassadors  for Lesotho

New ambassadors for Lesotho

MASERU-DR Pontšo Sekatle and two others were yesterday sent to foreign missions.
The other two who were appointed ambassadors are former journalist, Thabang Matjama, and Senate Masupha.

Masupha rose to international prominence when she challenged in court a law on chieftainship inheritance.
The three took their oath of office before King Letsie III yesterday.
Dr Sekatle was appointed as ambassador-designate to Lesotho’s diplomatic mission in Belgium while Matjama will go to Switzerland and Masupha to Germany.

Dr Sekatle has a long career as both an academic and a politician in Lesotho.
She is currently the MP for Qacha’s Nek constituency.
On the other hand, Masupha is a researcher and consultant.
She has previously served Lesotho as a counsellor in Lesotho’s embassy in Rome.

Matjama has been appointed ambassador of Lesotho to the Swiss confederation and permanent representative to the United Nations office in Geneva.
Matjama has a long career as a media practitioner both in Lesotho and South Africa. He was currently working as a public relations officer for the Lesotho Highlands Development Authority.

Nkheli Liphoto

Previous ‘Majoro must consult party’
Next Manyeli’s suspected killers nabbed

Warning: count(): Parameter must be an array or an object that implements Countable in /home/thepostc/public_html/wp-content/themes/trendyblog-theme/includes/single/post-tags-categories.php on line 7

About author

You might also like


The whispers of a diplomat

MASERU – THE Cold War era was coming to an end in 1989 when Christian Manahl became a diplomat in Austria. Raised in a tiny village in Western Austria, Manahl had


‘Sex pest’ nabbed

MASERU – THE South African police is calling on women who could be victims of Mokena Nhlapho, the man accused of being a sex predator, to report to the South African

Army boss warns of plot

MASERU-In a startling revelation, army commander Lieutenant General Mojalefa Letsoela has warned that there are some soldiers who are plotting to topple the government.Addressing a parade at the Makoanyane Military