Brother Monga Foram! You raise crucial points herein<quoted text>
moana, jwale nna ke utlwa o so bua ntho tse ngata, ekare o batla ho bula nyewe tse ngata ka hara nyewe e ele nngwe. let's stick to the issue at hand - should we adopt chinese approach in our endeavors to grow our economy? taba ya hore there is rampant corruption in africa, ke nnete, mara ha e amane le ubuntu, infact it's against the very principles of ubuntu. granted, corruption on its own is wrong and should be dealt with. empa jwale re ke ke ra re corruption ese e ntse e sentse so hare senyeng le ho feta ka di concept tsa machaena. these are two separate issues and they are both wrong but should be dealt with separately. taba ya di europeans ho kena africa, ha se nnete hore re ba dumelletse, they forced themselves into our continent. and you should remember hore they didn't only colonize africa, even asia was invaded and colonized including le yona china my broer.
I am only suggesting that there might be important lessons from the Chinese economic success. You rightly mention that they too were at one point colonized now! isnt that interesting, I mean, how did they emerge so successful economically there after What did they do right that we obviously did not wouldnt you want to know? I do brother
Take Singapore just as an Example there is so much that Lesotho can learn from them - a small state with limited natural resources like Lesotho.
Lesson 1: One of the least corrupt states in the world. Obviously professionalism is high
Lesson 2: World Class Infrastructure; roads, etc
Lesson 3: Key Sectors being; Housing, Education and Industry makes a whole lot of sense for Lesotho. On housing, due to shortage of land they go up storey flats. On education; emphasis on science and mathematics and provision of highly skilled workforce.
AND many more lessons