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.

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.

With a population of 2.1 million and a surface area the size of Belgium, Lesotho is surrounded - and overshadowed - by South Africa.

Lesotho has pioneered an e-visa platform. in partnership with Computer Frontiers.

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