Thaba-Tseka

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Location of Thaba-Tseka in Lesotho
Main street of Thaba-Tseka

Thaba-Tseka is the capital city or camptown of the Thaba-Tseka District in Lesotho. It has a population of approximately 6,000 (2004).

Thaba-Tseka was also the subject of the case studies in James Ferguson's book The Anti-Politics Machine,[1] which identified the failures of outside-initiated development projects.

Infrastructure[edit]

In Thaba-Tseka, there are shopping facilities, a bank, a post office, various institutions of relief organizations, and a hospital.

References[edit]

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Coordinates: 29°32′S 28°36′E / 29.533°S 28.600°E / -29.533; 28.600