afrol News partner media: Public Eye
Public Eye is the widest circulating newspaper in Lesotho, even reaching many South African readers. This independent Maseru weekly has since its launch in 1997 kept a close eye on Basotho authorities and on popular feelings in Lesotho. The paper is 80 percent English and 20 percent Sesotho and is the most attractive media for advertisers in Lesotho.
Founder and chief editor Bethuel Thai started the newspaper on his kitchen table in 1997, but his excellent and critical writing soon caused a public demand for a full-fledged newspaper. Published every Friday, Public Eye focuses on news from Lesotho, including political and economic affairs, but also "lighter" issues such as sports, jokes and entertainment.
afrol News since 2000 has formally cooperated with Public Eye through the MisaNet news exchange network of independent African media. Under current conditions, this enables Public Eye to freely reproduce afrol News copy and it enables afrol News to reproduce Public Eye copy. There is an intention of deepening and commercialising this cooperation.
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