Shale: Gone too soon

MASERU– Motlatsi Shale, the Majantja coach and man who brought Bantu its first ever league title in 2014, died last Thursday at hospital in Maseru. He was only 37. Majantja

Business Nedbank Lesotho celebrates 20 years

MASERU – TWENTY years ago, Nedbank Lesotho opened its doors

News Book documents struggle against impunity

MASERU – Bleeding from the nostrils, senior army officer Posa Stemmere

Muckracker MUCKRAKER:Voodoo reasoning and witchcraft

MUCKRAKER has always been baffled by people who plaster their

News Torture horrors re-lived

MASERU – “I was forced to kneel down at a pond




Matlama, Lioli tie off

MASERU  – This weekend’s highly-anticipated Econet Premier League clash between rivals Lioli and Matlama has been postponed. The match is one of five that have been put on ice by

Learn to manage your time

Peter Drucker said: “Time is the scarcest resource and unless it is managed nothing else can be managed.” Effective time management is very crucial for entrepreneurs. With the nature of




SADC deployment infuriates opposition

MASERU – LESOTHO’S main opposition parties this week lambasted SADC for deploying troops to oversee key security sector reforms in the country. The parties argued that the SADC-driven judiciary, security, parliamentary

Insight DisGrace

Grace Mugabe, second wife of Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe, had

Africa On being the solution

Correcting where (what/when) others have gone/done wrong seems the darnedest

Africa Unpacking the historical roots of Lesotho’s political instability

“I regard conversion of Basuto into British subjects… as the



Comment Stop being petulant

ELSEWHERE in this issue, we carry a story about opposition

Comment Reforms must be inclusive

THE arrival of the first batch of SADC troops in

Comment Beef up security for judicial officers

THE break-in at the house of the acting Director of

Comment Mugabe: goodbye, thank you!

ZIMBABWE’S President Robert Mugabe was last night still under “house