MFP leadership battle intensifies

MASERU – THE battle to control the Marematlou Freedom Party (MFP) has intensified, amid revelations that a faction opposed to leader Vincent Malebo will have an elective conference over the

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Basketball clubs chase glory in Swaziland

Maseru – Lesotho’s basketball clubs are in Swaziland this weekend looking to claim regional glory at the annual Swaziland International Invitational Basketball Tournament (SIIBT). Lesotho will be represented by National

Rekindling hope

MASERU – WHEN Nyakallo Mokuena, 26, did not get a pass that would allow him to enrol at the Lesotho College of Agriculture in 2011, he thought he had literally

The sad story of ritual murders

BEREA – THE little girl’s body was found in a donga, a stone’s throw away from the village. Her throat was slit.  For hours the villagers had combed the nearby

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LESOTHO’s opposition parties last week wrote to SADC requesting a

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The weeping continues

MUCKRAKER understands that there are many still inconsolable about their loss in the election. The wounds are probably still festering, especially for those unceremoniously yanked off the feeding trough. Nothing