Lesotho Sport & Recreation Commission
ABOUT the Commission
History

Sport was traditionally run and managed by the colonial era Lesotho Sports Association and comprised the sports of football and athletics. The Lesotho Sport Association was replaced by the Lesotho Sports Council through the Lesotho Sports Council Order No. 41 of 1970. During the period of the Lesotho Sports Council the number of sporting codes grew from just two to twenty-five and included taekwondo, boxing, tennis and darts amongst others.

The Lesotho Sports Council was later replaced by the Lesotho Sport & Recreation Commission in 2002 through the Lesotho Sport & Recreation Act No. 15 of 2002. Currently, the LSRC has twenty-seven member Associations which include table tennis, handball, cycling.

Click here to see a list of associations under the LSRC

Vision

Our vision is to be a leading sporting and recreation authority, striving to achieve socio-economic development and national unity, and enabling athletes to achieve sporting excellence of the highest international level.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to inspire and facilitate development and growth of sport and recreation to a high level; to develop attractive and quality sport and recreation through sound and dynamic leadership; to ensure sustainable resource base and accessible facilities that meet international standards; and to embark on programmes and initiatives that ensure effective and efficient coordination of all sporting and recreation activities nationwide.

Values and principles

The LSRC shall, at all times, portray, cherish, uphold and advocate the following values and principles in all its actions.

• ACCOUNTABILITY
Instill and practice a culture of maintaining efficient and effective operational systems, and fair reporting to the stakeholders on all activities of the Commission.

• TRANSPARENCY
Conduct business with openness and fairness, and afford every stakeholder equitable access to information.

• PROFESSIONALISM
Offer excellence service, and treat everybody with respect and integrity at all times.

• INTEGRITY
Act with fairness, firmness, objectivity and honesty, and treat everybody with respect.

• TEAM WORK
Promote and enhance the spirit of working and achieving together and in partnership with all stakeholders.

• ETHICAL CONDUCT
Demonstrate and uphold high moral and professional standards in furtherance of the business of sport and recreation.

• GOOD GOVERNANCE
Adhere to high standard of observance of the LSRC Founding Legislation, Constitution, Policies and similar promulgations in furtherance of the business of sport and recreation.

• VOLUNTEERISM
Encourage, promote and maintain the spirit of willingness to serve sport at ones own accord without expectation to gain material commercial benefits.

• EQUALITY
Give equal regard and opportunity to the expectations and needs of people with disabilities, under-privileged, able people and LSRC staff in furthering the business of sport and recreation.

Commissioners
commissioner
Mathabo Lelimo
commissioner
Sello Ramohotsi
commissioner
Bongiwe Buzi
commissioner
Stephen Thaoahlane
commissioner
Tlotla Ts'ehla
commissioner
Ts'epang Mantutle
commissioner
Thabang Mokhehle
commissioner
Molupe Mothepu
commissioner
Clifford Molefe
commissioner
Tlali Letsie
commissioner
Boyce Kaka
commissioner
'Maliapeng Lillane
LSRC Executives
Khiba Mahoanyane
President
Caswell Moru
Deputy President
Bahlakoana Shelile
Treasurer
Refiloe Maphallela
Pro
Limpho Rakoto
Assistent Secretary
Mofihli Makoele
Interim CEO
Get in touch with us
Physical address: Lesotho Sport & Recreation Commission, Bedco Building Behind Old Mafafa Supermarket
Tel: (+266) 2232 1292
Email address: admin@lsrc.org.ls
Lesotho Sports & Reacreation Commission. © 2019