Lineo Ntoane

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Lineo Ntoane
Lineo Ntoane 2014.jpg
Lineo Ntoane in 2014
Born (1966-05-12)May 12, 1966
Kingdom of Lesotho
Died December 22, 2017(2017-12-22) (aged 51)
Kingdom of Lesotho
Nationality Basotho
Occupation former diplomat

Matlotliso Lineo Lydia Ntoane (also Matlotliso Lineo Khechane-Ntoane) (12 May 1966 – 22 December 2017 in the Kingdom of Lesotho[citation needed]) was a Basotho diplomat.

Life[edit]

Lineo Ntoane with Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin during her accreditation, 27 June 2014

Ntoane joined the public service in the Kingdom of Lesotho in 1989 and worked in different ministries including Health, Local Government and Public Service. She holds a degree in sociology and in public administration. Ntoane was for six years the chair of the Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) Board. She also represented the Lesotho government in the Lesotho National Development Corporation (LNDC) and on the board of the Imperial Fleet Services company.[1] In 2008 Ntoane became High Commissioner in Pretoria, South Africa and moved 2013 as ambassador to Berlin, Germany, succeeding Makase Nyaphisi. She was married to Rev. Kenny Ntoane from the Anglican Diocese of Lesotho[2] and had a son and a daughter.[3]

Career[edit]

  • 1989 - 1997: Official at the Ministry of Public Administration
  • 1997 - 2000: Head inspector at the Ministry of Local Government and Chieftainship Affairs
  • 2000 - 2008: Deputy secretary at the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning
    • 2004/2005: Chairperson Governing Board Lesotho Revenue Authority (Ministry of Finance and Development Planning)[4]
    • 29 August 2005: Appointed Chief Executive - Support Services leading the Human Resources and general administration of The Ministry of Finance and Development Training.[5]
    • 2007 The Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA), LRA Board Chair[6]
  • 18 September 2008 - 2010: High Commissioner of Lesotho to South Africa (residence in Pretoria, South Africa)[1]
    • 6 October 2008: High Commissioner of Lesotho (with residence in Pretoria) to Botswana[7]
    • 24 October 2008: High Commissioner of Lesotho (with residence in Pretoria) to Namibia[7]
    • 9 June 2009: High Commissioner of Lesotho (with residence in Pretoria) to Mauritius[8]
    • 1 October 2009: High Commissioner of Lesotho (with residence in Pretoria) to Swaziland[9]
    • 9 November 2009: High Commissioner of Lesotho (with residence in Pretoria) to Zambia[10]
    • 27 October 2010: Ambassador of Lesotho (with residence in Pretoria) to Zimbabwe[11]
    • 26 January 2011: High Commissioner of Lesotho (with residence in Pretoria) to Seychelles[12]
  • 18 July 2013: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lesotho to Germany (residence Berlin, Germany)[13]
    • 14 August 2013: Resident Representative to IAEA[14]
    • 5 September 2013: Permanent Delegate to UNESCO[15][16]
    • 2013: Permanent Representative to UNIDO[17]
    • 12 December 2013: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lesotho (with residence in Berlin) to the Holy See[18]
    • 27 June 2014: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lesotho (with residence in Berlin) to the Russian Federation[19]
    • 8 July 2014: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lesotho (with residence in Berlin) to France[20]
    • 10 December 2014: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lesotho (with residence in Berlin) to Austria[21]
    • 14 January 2015: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lesotho (with residence in Berlin) to Poland[22]
    • 24 April 2015: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lesotho (with residence in Berlin) to Monaco[23]
  • 6 December 2016: Recalled as ambassador and returned to Lesotho.[24]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Lesotho appoints new High Commissioner to South Africa". African Press International. 26 July 2008. Retrieved 28 April 2014. 
  2. ^ Ordinations in The Diocese
  3. ^ A shameful crime against humanity p.6 Archived 2013-12-25 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ LRA Annual Report 2005
  5. ^ Thahane New Look Archived 2014-06-17 at Archive.is
  6. ^ LRA Final Annual Report 2007
  7. ^ a b Mrs. Lineo Ntoane presents her Letter of Commission to the Presidents of Botswana and Namibia
  8. ^ Yearbook 2009, page 97
  9. ^ Swaziland News Oct 2009
  10. ^ Banda urges Saudis to invest in Zambia’s oil exploration Archived 2015-09-24 at the Wayback Machine.
  11. ^ President meets new diplomats
  12. ^ Non-Resident Diplomatic Missions Accredited to the Republic of Seychelles
  13. ^ Akkreditierung von Botschaftern
  14. ^ Presentation of Credentials 2013
  15. ^ Directory of Permanent Delegations to UNESCO
  16. ^ Lesotho Permanent Delegation to UNESCO
  17. ^ MEMBER STATES OF UNIDO
  18. ^ Pope Francis receives new Ambassadors accredited to the Holy See
  19. ^ Presentation of letters of credence by foreign ambassadors
  20. ^ Remise de lettres de créance
  21. ^ Presseöffentliche Termine von Bundespräsident Dr. Heinz Fischer in der Zeit von 8. bis 14. Dezember 2014
  22. ^ President Bronislaw Komorowski receives credentials from five new ambassadors
  23. ^ Diplomatie - Accréditations d’Ambassadeurs Pologne - Chili - Lesotho
  24. ^ "LISTE DER DIPLOMATISCHEN VERTRETUNGEN Stand: 06. Dezember 2016 UND ANDERER VERTRETUNGEN IN DER BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND". Ausswärtiges Amt, Berlin. 6 December 2016. Retrieved 8 December 2016. 

External links[edit]