Ms Keiso Mohloboli is a founding partner of MNN Centre for Investigative Journalism in Lesotho. She is an award winning Lesotho Political and Investigative Journalist in exile, South Africa. She has worked as news reporter covering health, gender, business and agricultural reporting for Lesotho Monitor, Mopheme and Informative newspapers in Lesotho. She was correspondent of South African Tabloid, The Daily Sun and then moved to Lesotho Times and Sunday Express newspapers still in Lesotho until July 2016. She is a correspondent of African Press Agency located in Senegal. She has facilitated Investigative Journalism training to 30 Malawian journalists. In 2013, she was awarded best print media journalist mainstreaming gender equity and equality in reporting by African Equality and Justice organisation, Gender Links. In 2015, she was recognised by Media Monitoring Committee of South Africa in Collaboration with MISA Lesotho for fair electoral reporting. In 2016, she won first prize for best investigative journalism stories for 2016/2017 by American Embassy-Maseru. Ms Mohloboli joined Amnesty International, International Commission of Jurists and CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation Human Rights Defenders Networks. She is Namibia Polytechnic Journalism Summer School Investigative Journalism fellow and Amabhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism intern. Currently enrolled for BA in Investigative Journalism and Global Media at University of Columbia.