|Land Area||30,355 km2|
|Total Area||30,355km2 (#137)|
|Government Type||Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy|
|GDP (PPP)||$6.02 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$3,100|
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The current Lesotho flag was officially adopted on October 4, 2006.
It features a horizontal blue, white, and green tricolour with a black mokorotlo (a Basotho hat) in the center. The design, introduced to honor the country's 40th anniversary of independence, reflects a peaceful future for the country.
Lesotho Coat of Arms:
Adopted on October 4, 1966, Lesotho's coat of arms contains two Basutho horses supporting a Basotho shield. A crocodile is displayed on the shield, and an assegai and knobkierie are crossed behind.
The national motto "Khotso, Pula, Nala" ("Peace, rain, prosperity") is featured on a ribbon below.
What Kind of Government Does Lesotho Have?
Lesotho is a parliamentary representative democratic constitutional monarchy.
What Type Of Government Does Lesotho Have?
What Languages Are Spoken In Lesotho?
English and Sesotho are the official languages of Lesotho. Sesotho is also the country’s national language. It is a Southern Bantu language that is spoken as a first language by over 90% of Lesotho’s population. Zulu, Phuthi, and Xhosa are some of the other languages spoken by small sections of the country’s population. Afrikaans is spoken by a section of immigrants in Lesotho.
Languages Of Lesotho
What is the Capital of Lesotho?
Maseru is the capital city of Lesotho, a country in southern part of the African continent.
What Is the Capital of Lesotho?
What is the biggest city in Lesotho?
Maseru is the largest city in Lesotho and the capital of the country. The city has more than 200,000 people.
Biggest Cities In Lesotho
What is the Currency of Lesotho?
The official currency of Lesotho is the Lesotho loti.