|King of Lesotho|
|Marena a Lesotho|
since 7 February 1996
|Heir apparent||Lerotholi Seeiso|
|First monarch||Moshoeshoe I (as paramount chief)|
|Residence||Royal Palace, Maseru|
Chapter V Article 45 of Lesotho's constitution reads that:
|Name||Lifespan||Reign start||Reign end||Notes||Family||Image|
|2 May 1938 – 15 January 1996 (aged 57)||4 October 1966||12 November 1990|
|Son of Simon Seeiso Griffith||House of Moshoeshoe|
|17 July 1963||12 November 1990||25 January 1995|
|Son of Moshoeshoe II||House of Moshoeshoe|
|2 May 1938 – 15 January 1996 (aged 57)||25 January 1995||15 January 1996||Son of Simon Seeiso Griffith||House of Moshoeshoe|
|17 July 1963||7 February 1996||Incumbent||Son of Moshoeshoe II||House of Moshoeshoe|
This is a list of Prime Ministers of Lesotho since the formation of the post of Prime Minister of Lesotho in 1965, to the present day.
A total of five people have served as Prime Minister of Lesotho (not counting one Acting Prime Ministers and two Chairmen of the Military Council). Additionally, three persons, Ntsu Mokhehle, Pakalitha Mosisili and Tom Thabane, have served on two non-consecutive occasions.
The current Prime Minister of Lesotho is Tom Thabane, since 16 June 2017.List of ambassadors of China to Lesotho
The Chinese ambassador in Maseru is the official representative of the Government in Beijing to the Government of Lesotho.
In 1966, Lesotho became independence.
From October 31, 1966 to May 14, 1983 and from April 5, 1990 to December 24, 1993 the governments of Taipei (Republic of China) and Maseru maintained diplomatic relations.
From April 30, 1983 to April 7, 1990 the governments in Beijing and Maseru maintained diplomatic relations.
Since January 12, 1994 the governments in Beijing and Maseru maintain diplomatic relations.List of ambassadors of Lesotho to the United States
The Mosotho ambassador in Washington, D. C. is the official representative of the Government in Maseru to the Government of the United States.
Monarchs of Lesotho
Heads of state and government of Africa
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