Moshoeshoe (Moshesh, Mosheshwe or Mshweshwe – pronounced MOH-SHWAYSHWAY) was a prince of the Basotho, born in 1786. As a young man, he was angry and impatient. So his father sent him to Mohlomi, a famous chief who taught him self-restraint, patience and leadership. Moshoeshoe learned the value of hard work, that the powerless merited justice, and the poor, compassion. These lessons served him well, under the most extreme circumstances a ruler could face.
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