Our new website, morija.co.ls has been launched!

24 Sep

One-Stop Info Hub for Arts, Tourism, Culture & Entertainment in Morija & around



We are proud to launch Morija.co.ls, your one-stop web info hub for arts, tourism, culture & entertainment in Morija and around.
Here are a few things you can do:

The site is being launched right on time for the 2012 Festival opening, so we’ve been quite busy and may not have double checked everything :-@

We will welcome  your feedback: just use the red tab onsite.

Stay tuned with our  blog and facebook page.


September 26-30, 2012

21 Feb

Morija Arts and Cultural Festival returns September 26-30 2012. Stay tuned for this year’s festival program!

An annual event not to be missed, the Morija Arts and Cultural Festival was first held in 1999. The main objective of this festival is to bring people of different views and backgrounds together to celebrate the diverse cultural heritage of Lesotho. The intention of the festival is to showcase Sesotho culture, boost tourism, and to encourage craft sellers and small scale manufacturers. It is an opportunity for Basotho of all ages and backgrounds to demonstrate the richness of their culture. The Morija Arts and Cultural Festival is a contemporary display of the richness, diversity, and vibrance of Basotho culture and Lesotho’s heritage over the past two centuries.

2011 Morija Arts and Cultural Festival, held over four days from September 29-October 2, was a great success. It featured traditional dance competitions, theatre, poetry, art exhibits, a film festival, music and more!

The Friday night’s Music Mix included Liquideep, Stlofa, Mthibo, Dunamis, Max Mora, DJ Tseko, DJ Counterforce, DJ Dall T, and Damario.

On Saturday, the jazz and famo concert filled the amphitheatre to hear the sounds of Hugh Masekela, Oliver Mtukudzi, Puseletso Seema, Senqu
Jazz Band, Kanny Mamolepe, Mopristar, Bana ba Manka le Phallang, Thoriso Ralefu, Gayamb and Tsedy.

Bra Hugh at Morija Arts and Cultural Festival 2011: