According to the locals this site with a small cave is where the Bushmen (San People), who were the early inhabitants of the whole of Lesotho and Southern Africa left their paintings on the cave walls. The name “Ha sekele le mokopu” literally means the place of “circular cutting shear and pumpkin”. It is believed that these two objects were painted on the walls of the cave by the Bushmen (Bushmen painting are a regular feature across the country), but have disappeared with time due to the natural process of weathering which is visibly active inside the small cave. The authors could not independently verify the story.