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In Celebration of Her Majesty’s Birthday

2020-11-09T07:21:43+00:00

Learn about Her Majesty Queen 'Masenate Mohato Seeiso's Biography The Board of Trustees and staff of Royal Archives and Museum celebrates with Her Majesty on her 38th birthday and would like to wish Her Majesty Queen 'Masenate Mohato Seeiso a blessed birthday and that the Lord bless her with many more years to come. O re holele 'M'e oa rona! Follow your Queen The month of June marks an important day in the history of Lesotho's Royalty. On the 02nd June 1976, Her Majesty Queen 'Masenate Mohato Seeiso (formerly known as Miss Karabo Mots'oeneng) was born [...]

In Celebration of Her Majesty’s Birthday2020-11-09T07:21:43+00:00

In remembrance of the late King Moshoeshoe II

2020-11-11T09:33:31+00:00

COMMEMORATING THE LIFE OF KING MOSHOESHOE II, 1938-1996 The month of May marks the birth of the late King Moshoeshoe II and is, therefore, very important to the Royal Archives & Museum. This year, in celebration of King Moshoeshoe II's birthday, we will provide snippets of his life. The following is the first in a series. King Moshoeshoe II was the eldest son of Morena e Moholo Seeiso Griffith and Mofumahali 'M'a-Bereng (born Sekhothali Lebopo). He was born on 2nd May, 1938, at Salang, in Mokhotlong district, and given the name Bereng; and named Constantine at baptism. He was also known as [...]

In remembrance of the late King Moshoeshoe II2020-11-11T09:33:31+00:00

The official Launch of the Royal Archives

2020-11-09T07:30:15+00:00

Launch of the Royal Archives Matsieng Lesotho made another stride in preservation of its archive. On 30th November 2012 , the Royal Archives and Information centre was officially opened to the public. The Royal Archives building in Matsieng, is adjacent to the Royal Home. The Achive, Museum and Information center will preserve and present the royal archive 'saved' from the royal village in 2007 by the National University of Lesotho. The center is located within the royal village in the office of the late Paramount Chieftainess 'Mantåebo Seeiso and King Moshoeshoe II. The official opening itself was quite eventful [...]

The official Launch of the Royal Archives2020-11-09T07:30:15+00:00
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