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Lioli on Zim spying mission

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Vodacom Premier League champions Lioli have sent a two-man mission to Zimbabwe to spy on CAF Champions League opponents CAPS United. Lioli were drawn to meet

Local News

Ministers quizzed over Bidvest

MASERU – THE Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) is quizzing ministers who were members of the Cabinet subcommittee for the government fleet tender awarded to Bidvest. thepost can

Muckracker

High jinks and hypocrites

THE festive season is upon us but that has not stopped our politicians from getting up to their usual high jinks. You can always count on them to conjure something

Insight

Wedding songs

We Africans are a people well known for their prowess in song, talented in the recital of beautiful intricately arranged verses of poetry, and we can match the voices and

Business

Market research as a vital tool for business success

Many successful businesses enjoy longevity because they periodically conduct and invest in market research. That way they stay tuned to changing market trends, are able to size up business opportunities

Business

Break free and pursue your dreams!

“There is no FAILURE. That which looks to be failure is usually nothing but temporary defeat. Make sure that you do not accept it as PERMANENT.” – Napoleon Hill It

Business

How to prevent business failure – Part 3

One key skill that you need to acquire if your business is to succeed is financial management.  Poor financial management can put your business straight to the path of failure.

Business

Letshego donates blood

Rose Moremoholo MASERU – EMPLOYEES from two local companies and the Lesotho Correctional Service donated 20 pints of blood to the Lesotho Blood Transfusion Services last week. The workers were

Insight

Rethinking the 1917 Russian revolution

“We have imagined how things would have been at that time if there was an internet and people were using social media,” said Mikhail Zygar, the creator of the biggest-ever

Comment

Comply with donors’ demands

IN March this year the European Union (EU) refused to release 26.85 million euros (M391 million) it had allocated to Lesotho for budgetary support. At that time the EU said