By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2017
Basotho babatle. Ketlabe ke buwa ho Lesedi FM kajeno (February 7, 2017) ka hora ya 9 bosiu. Etsang boikgathatso ba hommamela ha ke ditshetleha.
Ke buisana mona le ausi Ntsoaki Mpesi yeo eleng motho eke mohlomphang haholo ka tsela yeo a ratang le hoboilela puo le meetlo ya Sesotho. Letla hopola hore hona mona ( latela lehokela lena: https://zulumathabo.com/2016/12/19/zulumathabo-zulu-speech-at-bakholokoe-event/) keile ka phatlalatsa kgatiso ya puo yaka moketeng wa Bakholokoe (Makholokoe) moo ausi Ntsoaki aneng ale Motsamaisi.
Sehloho sa puisano sena ke Motho; hore Motho keng; hobolelang hoba Motho; Motho ohloka hotsamaisa jwang bophelo ba haye hore afihlelle jwang boemo bobotle ba hoba qhooeng ya Botho. Rebuisana mona ka nahanosene (philosophy) ya Botho.
For the English speakers, tune in to Lesedi FM tonight at 9pm wherein I am having a conversation with a popular radio host and personality Ntsoaki Mpesi. The basis of the discussion is about the philosophy of Motho. The word Motho is used to refer to a human being in the English language but the Basotho have a much richer conceptual definition about humanity. Motho in Sesotho is connected to their cosmic knowledge. This should give you a Basotho paradigm case with respect to their philosophical description of Motho.
Ntsoaki was a program director at the gathering of the Bakholokoe (Makholokoe) in the Free State last year and I delivered a speech there ( follow this link: https://zulumathabo.com/2016/12/19/zulumathabo-zulu-speech-at-bakholokoe-event/) about the philosophy of Motho. In this case, we discuss further and deeply about this unique philosophy of Motho.