Selibeng’s Artful April

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Art is a deepest descriptor of who we are are. The beauty of it lies in how it explains us without using words. It communicates feelings of brokenness and happiness stemming from the heart with expressions that cannot be explained by the mortal mind.

Above all, art has the capacity to heal. From music to poetry to ballet to all forms of art, there is a hidden magic power in all forms.  Lesotho is not an exception to the many countries that have artists everywhere.

We are proud to announce that for the rest of April, we will be promoting Basotho art. We will explore the stories of our artists and how they healed from art. Art makes them who they are and makes us heal from our pain.

We are therefore making an open call for artists all over Lesotho. Share your art stories with SELIBENG TODAY!

Our categories include;

  • music
  • sketches
  • modeling
  • drama
  • dance

If you want to be featured on the Selibeng Artful April, send us a message on Facebook at or send an email to [email protected].

We cannot wait to have an Artful April with you!


Grace Makwaza
Grace is an uprising youth activist who uses her voice to inspire and inform. She has worked internationally as the Deputy Secretary General with Model UN Impact. This is where she advocated for youth inclusivity in the implementation of the SDGs and further launched projects such as PHAHAMA MOSALI. She is currently the youngest SDGs Ambassador for the internationally renowned Global Citizens Innovative Solutions SDGs Challenge.