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Africa

Lone protester demands answers on Zimbabwe’s missing diamond billions

 A widely shared photograph of a lone man standing outside Zimbabwe’s parliament with a placard demanding answers to the country’s missing diamond billions has sparked admiration as well as memories

Sports

FIFA must withdraw bribery allegations – Mbalula

Jenni Evans, News24 Cape Town – Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has demanded that FIFA retract its allegations that South African football officials were part of a massive web of alleged bribery

Africa

Qaeda claims attack on Algerian gas plant

Algiers – Al-Qaeda’s North Africa arm has claimed responsibility for a mortar attack on a gas plant in the Sahara jointly operated by Britain’s BP and Norway’s Statoil, calling it

Insight

Leveraging IT and Telecommunications Developments for your business

S. Jakarasi IT and Telecommunications developments in the last five years or so have been so phenomenal that businesses need to monitor these developments and see how they can leverage

Business

The falling Rand the rise of Push-push

  By Bokang Moeko The Rand has fallen. Well, it didn’t so much fall as swoop like a kamikaze pilot out of the sun with screeching engines and a wail

Health

Private doctors roped in to help deliver quality health-care

  Rose Moremoholo MASERU THE Ministry of Health last Wednesday signed a five-year memorandum of understanding with the Independent Practitioners Association (IPA) in an attempt to improve health services in

Local News

Task-force set up to deal with famo killings

  Justice Maqelepo TOURISM Minister Likeleli Tampane yesterday condemned the famo music gang killings in Parliament, barely a week after yet another man was killed in Ha-Matala in Maseru. The

Insight

Janusz Waluś: A case of poor judgment

By Pierre de Vos Janusz Waluś (plotting with Clive Derby Lewis) came close to sabotaging South Africa’s transition from an authoritarian regime to a democratic state. Waluś murdered SACP and

Sports

Masalesa Waiting On Bucs

  Orlando Pirates midfielder, Lehlogonolo Masalesa’s future with the Buccaneers currently remains uncertain, as he approaches the end of his deal with the Soweto Giants. According to sources within Bucs’

News

Power to the people!

Staff Reporter ENERGY Minister Selibe Mochoboroane says his ministry plans to connect 30 000 households, up from last year’s 19 700, to the electricity grid. Speaking in Parliament last week, Mochoboroane said