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Bridging accounting skills gap

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU – FOR a long time industry has fretted over the quality of accountants from local tertiary schools. The common refrain among business leaders is that graduates are

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Revise agric share scheme

By Stompie Lekakane, Lehlohonolo Ramootsi and Thuto Ramakhula The economy of Lesotho is predominantly driven by three sectors: the agriculture sector, industrial sector as well as financial sector. The importance

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Shareholders fight over ‘M60 million subsidy’

Staff Reporter MASERU – THE government’s decision to compensate textile factories for a scheme that expired in 2005 has triggered a fierce fight among shareholders of one of the firms

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wonderful waste!

Own Correspondent ROMA – TWO National University of Lesotho (NUL) Animal Science students are using waste paper for making simple egg trays. That is after their colleagues used waste paper

Business

Five challenges Gordhan faces

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan faces what could be his most difficult budget speech to date as he seeks to stimulate the economy while containing expenditure. Gordhan is expected to present

Features

Avani commemorates world Homeless Day

Rose Moremoholo MASERU – MAYOR of Maseru, Ntsane Sehapi, says homeless should strive to change their plight and stop living on hand outs. Sehapi said they should take advantage of

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Lioli tipped for glory

Luciah Phahla Maseru – The much anticipated 2016 Independence Cup finally roars into life this weekend at Setsoto Stadium with Lioli many people’s favourites to claim their fifth crown. However,

Business

800 graduate at Limkokwing

Leisa Leisanyane MASERU – LIMKOKWING University of Creative Technology (LUCT) has graduated 815 students from different fields of study on Thursday last week. Addressing the graduates, the Pro Vice Chancellor

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Sundawana rule out Shale, Mafoso

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Vodacom Premier League outfit Sundawana have ruled out Motlatsi Shale and Bob Mafoso as candidates for the club’s vacant coaching post. Sundawana’s denial comes after the

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Ex-mines PS in trouble

Leisa Leisanyane MASERU – FORMER Mining Principal Secretary Clement Lerotholi is set to appear before the Maseru Magistrate’s Court today to answer charges of fraud and corruption. Lerotholi is accused