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ADMACO says all is well in league

Luciah Phahla Maseru – The A-Division Management Committee (ADMACO) is pleased with the start to the season in Lesotho’s second tier league, according to its public relations officer Mothusi Letsie.

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Dr Makoae: I am here to serve

Abel Chapatarongo MASERU – BY 2002, the Basotho National Party (BNP) which had dominated Lesotho’s national politics since independence in 1966 was in free-fall. The party had been ousted from

Local News

Matlama vow to bounce back

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Matlama say they intend to “bounce back” when they face Lesotho Correctional Service (LCS) in a potentially epic Vodacom Premier League clash on Sunday at LCS

Health

The legacy of Thomas Mofolo

Tsepiso Sesotho is a language full of beautiful proverbs and idioms of expression, and among them is the quintessential: Monna ke ‘mokopu’ oa nama (A man spreads like the tendrils

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Civil society group slams ‘Amnesty Bill’

Staff Reporter MASERU – A CIVIL society group, Transformation Resource Centre (TRC), has criticised the proposed Amnesty Bill 2016 arguing it is designed to promote impunity. The TRC made the

Local News

Good news for Lesotho!

Staff Reporter MASERU – LESOTHO climbed 12 places on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings, making it one of the biggest movers among the 48 sub-Saharan African countries

World

A tale of two cities

By Gwynne Dyer Two great sieges are getting underway in the Middle East, one in Mosul in Iraq and the other in Aleppo in Syria. They have a great deal

Local News

Cutting their share of tourism cake

Senate Sekotlo MOKHOTLONG – IN the late 1990s Russell Sachet and the late Thabiso Nkune had a ‘Eureka moment’ when they realised they could accommodate tourists in traditional huts and

Local News

Only 62 percent finish school

Rose Moremoholo Maseru – OUT of all the students who start Grade One in Lesotho, only 62 percent go on to complete their primary education. That is according to the

Insight

Democracy and the search for peace

Tsepiso Mothibi Last night’s sky was clear, and the waning moon, still almost full, shone bright where it hangs on the axis in the heavens. I took to watching the