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A hearty end to Lesotho Sky race

Christian SchmidtMohalenyane Phakela

MASERU — To celebrate the success of the cycling race that ended two weeks ago, Lesotho Sky, in partnership with Maluti Mountain Brewery, hosted a massive bash dubbed Maluti Sky party at Victoria Poolside on Thursday.

Lesotho Sky founder Christian Schmidt told Xpress People that the event aimed to bring the sponsors and friends together. “We worked with a lot of sponsors to make the race a success and people showed great support so we found it fair to have the gathering in which we could socialise.

“We are also giving people who could not make it to the race a taste of what happened by showing them the videos and pictures taken during the competition. “This is also to raise awareness about the race,” Schmidt said.

He further explained that although they meant to have the German disc spinner DJ Bassie, it was unfortunate he could not make it. “DJ Bassie’s flight was delayed due to unforeseen circumstances and moved to later on this month, so we will definitely have him in Lesotho at that time, therefore, we will have another party.”

Local deejays like Tseko, Boots and Pablo did not disappoint the crowd as they kept them dancing the night away.

One of the party goers Maphunye Mohapeloa said she had a time of her life. “This is a whole new set-up. I have never come across this and I see a wide range of new happy people in Lesotho’s night life. It is definitely a world class event as it brings a whole new flavour. Lesotho Sky is the best and the music is great,” she said.

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