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Lengolo Bureng Monyake

politician

Lengolo Bureng Monyake, minister of works Lesotho.

Background

Monyake, Lengolo Bureng was born on April 1, 1930 in Thabana Morena, Lesotho. Son of Bureng Lengolo and Leomile (Kuali) Monyake.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Fort Hare, 1950. Postgraduate, University Toronto, Canada, 1963—1964. Postgraduate, Carleton University of Canberra, 1964—1965.

Master of Science, London School Economics, 1967.

Career

Teacher Transvaal Education Department, Evaton, 1952—1961. Director statistics Lesotho Government, Maseru, 1969—1974, permanent secretary, 1974—1976, deputy senior permanent secretary, 1976—1978. Ambassador Lesotho to Belgium, Brussels, 1979—1983.

Non-residential ambassador Luxembourg, Netherlands. Managing director Lesotho National Development Corporation, Maseru, 1984—1987. Minister foreign affairs, 1987—1988.

Minister works, since 1988. Consultant Economic Commission Africa, 1976, United Nations Population Fund, New York, 1978. Director Lesotho Bank, Maser, 1975—1978, Lesotho Airways, Maser, 1976—1978.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, table tennis, music, photography.

Connections

Married Molulela Mapetla Monyake, July 13, 1957. Children: Bonang, Mophato, Bureng Thabo.

father:
Bureng Lengolo Monyake

mother:
Leomile (Kuali) Monyake

spouse:
Molulela Mapetla Monyake

child:
Bonang Monyake

child:
Mophato Monyake

child:
Bureng Thabo Monyake