Preserving a people’s culture

Ministry embarks on project to collect objects, and artefacts….. MASERU – IT is a country with a rich archaeological past. It is home to the stunning rock art by the San

News I will not apologise, says Kaya

MASERU – A DEFIANT former health minister, Nyapane Kaya, says he

News Muckraker: Bedbugs feasting

THE leaders of this wonderful country are capable of astonishing

News From the village to the courtroom

MASERU – There is a certain aura that surrounds Advocate Makhetha

News Why the Chinese are winning tenders

MASERU – PUBLIC Works Minister Prince Maliehe says the government’s hands




Lefa to host referees training course

MASERU – The Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) Referees Committee is set to host a referees training course at the end of this month. The course will be held to equip local

Wool, mohair farmers want new rules blocked

MASERU – WOOL and Mohair farmers have filed an urgent application in the High Court a seeking to block new rules they say are prejudicial to them. The Lesotho National Wool




What the future holds for youths

AT the core of Vision 2020 is a fundamental question: “How do Basotho envision their future?” The document gives several scenarios. The first is that of Melupi, a time of

Africa Why Zuma’s ouster is good for Lesotho

While the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the African National

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



Comment Stop chaos in the mining sector

ELSEWHERE in this issue we carry a story detailing the

Comment Police must explain Mojakhomo’s whereabouts

The family of Makarabo Mojakhomo this week filed an urgent

Comment Investigate Palace project

OUR last week’s special report on the Royal Palace project

Comment A strategic retreat

IN what could have been a humbling experience, Prime Minister

No dividends for rats

SOMEONE should tell government ministers to shut up about companies failing to declare dividends. It’s time to reap the rich rewards of our thoughtless stampede to privatise state companies. We