Lesotho Launches E-Visa Plaform to Serve Investors & Tourists
Lesotho - a tiny, landlocked nation surrounded by South Africa, with the highest lowest point of any country in the world - is now issuing electronic visas, joining ranks with only 13 other governments on the continent. The e-visa platform was creatged in partnership with a U.S.-based IT firm, Computer Frontiers, which has extensive experience across Africa.
allAfrica, 10 July 2017
Lesotho is the only independent nation in the world with its entire land mass above 1,000 meters (3,281 feet). Now the country, with a population of 2.1 million and a surface area… Read more »
Photo: Corporate Council on Africa
T'sepiso Mosasane, Lesotho's director of Immigration (left) and Barbara Keating, president of Computer Frontiers, participating in a tourism panel during the U.S.-Africa Business Summit.
Photo: Freedom House
With a population of 2.1 million and a surface area the size of Belgium, Lesotho is surrounded - and overshadowed - by South Africa.
Photo: Kingdom of Lesotho
Lesotho has pioneered an e-visa platform. in partnership with Computer Frontiers.
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