My name is Tseliso Monaheng. I pawn words and pimp phrases for a living.
In Maseru, a “4+1” refers to a five-seater vehicle used to transport people around town. Drivers also offer long-distance trips, often used by Basotho who have business… Read more “Driving and Dreaming With Famole”
Tello Leballo, the supreme broadcaster, acclaimed deejay and founder of Sky Alpha HD, known as Lesotho’s first on- 24-hour streaming radio service, started a Twitter thread paying… Read more “Reading Lesotho Hip Hop: An On-Line Repository”
It was a Sunday. I had asked fellow writer and photographer Lidudumalingani Mqombothi to accompany me on a mission of early morning, innercity exploration, and he’d obliged.… Read more “The Street Art Project”
The vocalist, producer and songwriter Nonso Amadi’s first time out of his country of birth was in 2015, when he went to pursue further education in the… Read more “Nonso Amadi: The Come-Up, Paying Homage, The Nu EP”
The last time I attended the multi-day music festival Zakifo was in 2017. The internationally-renowned vibe starter changed location the following year, along with adopting a manageable… Read more “Zakifo 2019: What To Look Forward To”
Flysafair reaches crisis mode as third passenger in a week goes on a tirade.
When days were bright, I watched my father laugh with his contemporaries such as late Famo musician, Ntate Hatlane, in the living room or verandah of the… Read more “#GuestPost | A Note On ‘Mesa”
Food is political.
‘The First Madness is That We Were Born, That They Stuffed a God Into a Bag of Skin’ Usually, when reading, I am either entertained or impressed… Read more “#GuestPost | Katlego Tapala’s Unreview of Freshwater by Akwaeke Emezi”