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A dream fulfilled

Rapelang Mosae and Justice Maqelepo MASERU Iheomageme Obi, who graduated with an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma from Machabeng College last Friday, dreams of studying medicine at the University of Cape

Sports

We’re ready for Ethiopia: Kamela

Luciah Phahla Maseru Lesotho midfielder Jeremea Kamela says the national side is ready for next Sunday’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier against Ethiopia at Setsoto Stadium. Likuena are

Local News

‘Famo fights violate children’s rights’

Rose Moremoholo MASERU SOCIAL Development Minister Molahlehi Letlotlo says raging famo gang wars in Mafeteng have spewed more orphans and continue to violate the rights of thousands of children in

Muckracker

Blows, fools and rascals

MUCKRAKER has never been one to shy away from a good fist fight. There is nothing wrong with behaving like a thug once in a while. That lesson was drummed

Comment

Say no to merchants of violence

WE note with utter dismay the violence that erupted at a Democratic Congress (DC) youth meeting in Maseru last weekend. Violence in any form should have no place in a

Local News

ETL boss questioned over citizenship

Staff Reporter MASERU THE deputy chief executive of Econet Telecom Lesotho (ETL), Langa Nyati, was on Monday picked up by the police for questioning in connection with his citizenship. Nyati,

News

BNP to seal Leuta’s fate

Staff Reporter MASERU THE Basotho National Party (BNP) will decide the fate of its secretary general, Lesojane Leuta, within the next few days. The party’s disciplinary committee is finalising its

World

The girl who flew to the moon

By T. S. Mothibi The steady flight of an eagle across the sky is a sight to marvel, and the acrobatic flight of the swallow before the rain is one

Opinions

What is organisation culture?

In business a lot of emphasis has been put on the strategy and leadership of the organisation. However there is another important aspect of the organisation that needs to be

News

A miniature expo into the food industry

Own Correspondent ROMA TOO sweet, too salty, overcooked, undercooked… these are some of the remarks that kept fourth year National University of Lesotho (NUL) BSc Consumer Science and Nutrition students