List of Sources

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Interviews

Joshua Pulumo Mohapeloa by David B. Coplan, Morija, 1976.

Joshua Pulumo Mohapeloa by David B. Coplan, Morija, May 1978.

Mrs Ntsiuoa Joyce Mohapeloa by Christine Lucia, Johannesburg, 28 September 2006. Mr 

Gilbert Ramatlapeng by Christine Lucia, Maseru, 4 April 2014.

Mr Thabo Tseko Ei Pitso by Christine Lucia, Maseru, 5 April 2014.

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