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Chief Lekunutu Mota laid to rest
Hundreds of mourners gathered at Tsheseng village in QwaQwa for the funeral of the late Batlokoa Clan Chief Lekunutu Mota. He died a week ago in Johannesburg after a long illness. Various traditional leaders from Lesotho, Botswana and other provinces ...
Culture at heart of event
Mamasopha Mota, the queen of the Batlokoa tribe and the new Indoni champion, told Express it was important for young people to be taught about their culture that was why Indoni had been hosted. “They were here for a week and during this period we had ...
Zuma, Mugabe have failed to deal with 'shit of xenophobia' - Elinor Sisulu
Spring in the Central Drakensberg
Community comes first in tourism development
"This has been demonstrated to greatest effect in the Witsieshoek Lodge in the Drakensberg area, in which the Batlokoa community of the Free State own a significant stake." Engelbrecht says the IDC is often approached by communities to fund projects in ...

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