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Lesotho flag High Commission of Lesotho in Pretoria

Address391 Anderson Street, Menlo Park
0007 Arcadia, Pretoria
South Africa
PostalPO Box 55817
Phonelocal: (012) 460.7648
international: +27.12.460.7648
Faxlocal: (012) 460.7649
international: +27.12.460.7649

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Fri, 15 Aug 2014 08:20 EDT
Good day,

I have been trying to phone the Embassy but there is no one answering the phone. Have you changed the number? I wanted the directions to the Embassy, I want to convert my driver’s license which I to South African so I need a letter from the embassy.

Kind Regards,
Fri, 15 Aug 2014 07:11 EDT
Good day

I have been trying to phone the Embassy but there is no one answering the phone. Have you changed the number?

Thank you.

Kind regards;
Keneuoe Litaba
Thu, 14 Aug 2014 18:46 EDT
I need an Id
I am a lady aged 23 i was born in Lesotho my mother passed away n my father is a South African citizen i did my level 4 here in south Africa and pass it very well so i need my father to do an Id for me where should i start and what do we need? i realy need help my life is stuck i want to contiue with my studies i dont want to endup selling my body please i really need help.my contact numbers are 083 350 5418 i will be very happy to hear from you.083 350 5418
Thu, 14 Aug 2014 01:55 EDT
cooperate permit
Hi,there is company in mpumalanga by the name Genet mining,this ppl are now busy threatening to chase around 150 Basotho,who have been employed in this company over a period of 7yrs,representatives from a company are claiming that they have tried to incorporate the lesotho high commissioner to intervene in this matter,inorder for them to get W/permits for this employes,so my question is,does the commissioner knows anything about this?if so,what needs to be done to avoid all this job loses?thank u,my number is 0739229177
thembile chole
Wed, 6 Aug 2014 15:59 EDT
tracing my wife's brother & father
please help me trace my wife's father and brother,
(my wife;Noluthando) whose father's surname was MAKOKO and who was of Lesotho origin was married with my wife's mother(Liseka Majola) from Oudtshoorn in South Africa. they separated and his father left for Mosselbay with his son Charles Tisetso who was a brother to my wife from there the story is that Charles and his father left for Lesotho. we are desparately looking for the brother and my fathers family - here is the contact details eafrica@telkomsa.net
Rui Moreira
Mon, 4 Aug 2014 13:13 EDT
Lesotho the land of thieves,
do not go to Lesotho, do not waste your time. If you are a expat they will try anything to take money from you.

My father was falsely accused by a mob with no proof only witnesses that could have been anyone and arrested stripped naked, he had to spend a night in jail.

Take your aid away form Lesotho. If they say they are poor, shame maybe next time they will not bite the hand that feeds them.

let them understand that people are meant to be treated like people and not animals. until they can behave and understand that the expats of that country are not there cause they want to be there they are there to do a job, up lift the populace and develop the country and not a money making cow.

If you are a expat you are a target simple as that. They say they have the power, take the grants away and see what happens
Patrick Mohale
Mon, 4 Aug 2014 12:00 EDT
My driver's lisense confisticated in Lesotho
I visited Lesotho over the week-end. On Saturday 02 August 2014 while driving on the route towards Maseru next to Peka I found a stop sign with police on road. I stopped then proceeded. The four police officers pulled me aside and asked for my driver's license. Upon giving them I was told that I was going to be arrested. I asked the reason why and I was told that I was supposed to wait for them until they called me to proceed. I told them I was not aware that I could not take off from stop sign before being called by the officers. The officers decided to take my driver's license and refused to give back unless I payed a bribe. I refused and asked for a fine if they believe I violated any traffic rules. They refused to issue any fine and insisted I pay a bribe to which I refused. They kept on telling my wife that her husband has money. I had to come back to my country without a driver's license.
mpotse hape ku phoqe
Sun, 3 Aug 2014 20:49 EDT
hantle re tlameha re itabanye kae hore re khone ho sebetsa naheng ee ya lona ya b2 ba botswa(lazy)
Ey,rainbow nation!!!dat soooo existed in Mandela days,pliz stop being selfish n sayn u r a rainbow nation hleng ma South Africa a matle.Ok here is the thing,moved 2 SA n um here 2 stay whether y'all like it or not!Problem is,I aint got an I'd.Um usin a passport ya lesotho(proudly sotho),hee I tried gettn a wrk permit mpa kea hloleha.Earlier this year I wnt 2 SA embassy in Lesotho n they turned me down,pliz jst tell me where 2 get one n how(neccessary documents)!!Um soooo desperate it hurts,everythn goes like I'd num hao b2n!!!!We r nt here 2 take ur jobs,we all knw that ur pipo dnt like wrkin sooo pliz give us that opp 2 snatch the money n run ha bona ntse ba lla ka gov hleng!#pretty plis
Sun, 3 Aug 2014 17:09 EDT
Temporary recidnce
Dumelang,am frm lesotho nd am married to a south african,w hv a chld ,so sumtyms its hard for me to vsit dm mre dat a month coz of the allwence dat w have,so dis thng ya passport ho felwa ke matsatsi its realy gvng me a tough life,so is it possble dat i cn get ma dates extended dr,nd wt mst i do?am in a process of applyng 4 a permit nd i hv evry documents dat r needed,plz help me-0719002214
Thu, 31 Jul 2014 13:59 EDT
A church member of mine needs a South African ID his been with his parents in South Africa since early ninetees,he was born in Lesotho though, what can he do in this matter to get identity?

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