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The DHL Africa As One journey continues. On the menu this week is a locally known snack called: Magwinya and the man who made them famous Nkole Motaung. We also see how Mercy Ships are helping people improve their eye site with free eye test clinics and the former South African Springbok player Pieter Muller shows us how DHL is delivering Rugby to Africa About Africa As One: In the build up London 2015, Official Logistics Sponsor DHL Express will be setting out on a grand and ambitious journey to pass a single rugby ball from hand to hand through 45 countries, over 45 weeks, starting in Cape Town and ending in London.DHL Express… Delivering Africa As One! Watch more episodes of our journey here: https://www.youtube.com/user/DHLAfrica Follow the journey on our blog here: http://www.af...
Générique du voyage réalisé en Afrique du Sud, Lesotho et Swaziland du 24 Décembre 2013 au 21 Janvier 2014. Contenu entièrement tourné par Cyril Girard. Inspiré de Pékin Express avec la musique de Brian Tyler - Children of Dune (Summon the Worns).
LESOTHO'S new political kids on the block held their final rallies in Maseru ahead of the June 3rd poll. Alliance of Democrats and Movement for Economic Change were both formed in January. Our correspondent in Lesotho, Nthakoana Ngatane, joins us on the line from Maseru for more. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
"The Darkest Hour" aims to raise awareness on how the lack of access to safe water affects the lives of Lesotho's poor and vulnerable. The film investigates the crisis in the hopes of understanding why such a crisis exists and what could be done to solve it. The team interviews stakeholders, officials and affected members of the community to understand the issue and seek a call to action with which to mobilize the community into action.
Uma viagem pela África em ônibus. Imagens de Tito Rosemberg (www.titorosemberg.com)
This video is about Lesotho 2016
Hello everyone and welcome to my piloted video series about my experiences in Lesotho. It is a way for me to express myself and share with you all the experiences that are happening in my Peace Corps service as well as my personal experiences as well. I first would like to extend my sincerest thanks and inspiration to both of my friends, Cody Sullivan and Shannon Leischner. Whose video series motivated and inspired me to make my own video series. I thank you both from the bottom of my heart. I would like to also say that I am happy to answer any questions that you may have regarding Lesotho and I will answer honestly to the best of my ability. If I am unsure on how to answer a specific question about Lesotho, I can always ask one of my colleagues for help. : ) I thank each and everyone ...
Took this when I was at the hotel for customer service training for CBL staff
The Lesotho National Development Corporation signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Lesotho Defence Force, in an effort to resuscitate agriculture and enhance performance of the Basotho Fruit and Vegetable Canners (BFVC). The agreement was signed by Mr. Joshua Setipa, LNDC CEO and Lt Gen Tlali Kamoli, Commander of the Lesotho Defence Force on Friday the 17th May, 2013.
Over several weeks we have been asking participants who don't have access to smart phones or the Internet what they think about stigma and discrimination via integrated voice response (IVR) over their mobile phones. Listen to what they have to say and add your voice to the conversation.
The core element of the climate protection project in Lesotho is the introduction of "Save80" stoves, which are firewood stoves specially developed for Lesotho that use less energy and retain heat for longer. Traditionally the people of Lesotho cook in pots on open fires. The "Save80" stoves enable them to maintain their traditions whilst only requiring a minimum amount of firewood. Compared with traditional cooking methods this reduces CO2 emissions by up to 80 percent. Minimizing the amount of firewood needed prevents deforestation and the soil erosion of agricultural land while at the same time improving the health conditions for those using the stoves. More information: http://bit.ly/1cqEJUo
With a couple of months left before i begin my challenge of juggling a Soccer ball across the entire country of Lesotho, southern Africa. Here is a glimpse of my training for the winter months in New Jersey. www.facebook.com/kickacrosslesotho