Sechaba Mokhethi
Sechaba Mokhethi is a co-founder of MNN Centre for Investigative Journalism in Lesotho and a freelance journalist. He is Lesotho correspondent for South Africa-based African Independent and for The Southern Times (Namibia). He also contributes stories for IDN IndepthNews, a flagship of International Press Syndicate. Deputy secretary general for the Media Institute of Southern Africa-Lesotho, he holds a BA degree in political science and public administration from the National University of Lesotho.
Asia’s AGOA fronting

Asia’s AGOA fronting

Chinese and Taiwanese textile and apparel factory owners have exploited an AGOA loophole, creating jobs in Lesotho, but still funnel most profits back home Taiwanese and Chinese immigrants have brought jobs to Lesotho’s ailing economy – these investors have created an estimated 40,000 direct jobs in the textile and apparel industry. It is against this […]

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Sechaba Mokhethi
Sechaba Mokhethi is a co-founder of MNN Centre for Investigative Journalism in Lesotho and a freelance journalist. He is Lesotho correspondent for South Africa-based African Independent and for The Southern Times (Namibia). He also contributes stories for IDN IndepthNews, a flagship of International Press Syndicate. Deputy secretary general for the Media Institute of Southern Africa-Lesotho, he holds a BA degree in political science and public administration from the National University of Lesotho.
Asia’s AGOA fronting

Asia’s AGOA fronting

Chinese and Taiwanese textile and apparel factory owners have exploited an AGOA loophole, creating jobs in Lesotho, but still funnel most profits back home Taiwanese and Chinese immigrants have brought jobs to Lesotho’s ailing economy – these investors have created an...