Monday

An iAfrica.com article on Lesotho

I came upon this little article while I was surfing, chasing links as I often do. It's quite informative and pleasant to read. But very little effort went into the last paragraph, which says
Most people living in Lesotho are of the Sesotho tribe, along with a very small number of Europeans and Asians. The official language is English, but most people speak Sesotho or Zulu.
We do not say Sesotho tribe but Basotho tribe. The official language is not English alone, but English and Sesotho. And most people speak Sesotho, with only a few speaking Xhosa or Tembu, not Zulu. It nonetheless remains a refreshing read.