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Staying too long is bad for democracy

When the people of The Gambia told President Yahya Jammeh that 22 years in power was long enough and that they wanted opposition leader Adama Barrow to take over as

News

‘They’ve turned a blind eye to our plight’

’Makhotso Rakotsoane MAFETENG – THE Deputy Chairman of the Lesotho National Federation of the Disabled (LNFOD), Sam Letima, has accused the Ministry of Social Development of turning a blind eye

Features

When art speaks louder than words

Staff Reporter MASERU – When Mamokhachane Mopeli pleaded with the National Curriculum Development Centre to set up an arts centre in Maseru in the early 2000s, no one seemed to

Local News

Moleleki unveils new party

Staff Reporter MASERU – MONYANE Moleleki’s new party, the Alliance of Democrats (AD), has registered its interim national executive committee and constitution with the Law Office. The registration on Tuesday

Sports

Bantu seek to extend lead at the top

Maseru  – With things so tight at the top, the Vodacom Premier League title could be decided on the last day, on goal difference. The top three, Bantu, Lioli and

Local News

MCC blow for Lesotho

Staff Reporter MASERU – THE Board of Directors of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) has deferred its vote on the reselection of Lesotho for a new compact. The board made

Local News

How Lesotho lost M391m

Business Reporter MASERU – THE Ministry of Finance’s bungling is to blame for Lesotho’s failure to get M391 million in aid from the European Union. In March this year the

Sports

Bokamoso South claims second trophy

Sports Reporter MASERU – Bokamoso South claimed their second trophy of the basketball season by beating KTA All-Stars 52-48 in a thrilling 2016 Sprite Summer Slam Charity Tournament final on

Sports

Matlama appeal thrown out

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Vodacom Premier League giants Matlama suffered a blow last Friday when the league ruled against their attempts to have their points deduction overturned. Last month ‘Tse

Sports

Matete seeks to steady Matlama ship

Luciah Phahla Maseru – At Lesotho’s oldest and most successful club, changes in the musical chairs in the coaching department is now an accepted reality. Coaches at Matlama come and