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Makoanyane XI pay the price

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Poor preparations have once again hurt Lesotho’s chances at an international tournament. The national Under-20 side is back home from the COSAFA Under-20 Championships in South

Local News

‘We’ll never forget who dug the well’

Senate Sekotlo LEKOKOANENG – When we drink the water from the well, we shall never forget who dug the well, so says a Chinese proverb. That quote came from Chinese

Business

Standard Bank goes on the charm offensive

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU – STANDARD Lesotho Bank hosted a car and home exhibition at Maseru Mall last Saturday. The bank said they wanted to engage their clients in a non-formal

Business

Perceptions count, says Setipa

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU – MINISTER of Trade Joshua Setipa says it is important for donors to help manage perceptions about Lesotho if this country is to graduate from being least

Local News

‘Reforms should not be elitist’

Rose Moremoholo MASERU – CIVIL society has urged political parties to ensure that everyone is involved in the constitutional, security, public service and judiciary reforms. This call was made last

News

Setback for opposition

Leisa Leisanyane MASERU – THE plan to oust Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili suffered a major setback this week after the opposition’s court battle to reopen parliament hit a brickwall in

Sports

Lekhooana rises from ‘the dead’

Luciah Phahla Maseru – The unrelenting pain was one thing, but the exhausting doubts whether would ever return to the field of play were much worse. It is almost two

News

Fresh solutions to old problems

Own Correspondent ROMA – AMOHELANG Thoabala, a National University of Lesotho (NUL) Computer Science student, is at it again. He is creating an online blog in which all of Lesotho’s

News

From the lecture theatre to business

Abel Chapatarongo MASERU – WHEN Dr Mohlalefi Sefika swapped the lecture theatre for business in 2002 he immediately realised that he had been hardly prepared for the challenges of running

Muckracker

Underwears and lizards

ANYONE who has lived in malaeneng knows of the scary and bizarre things that make it to those communal washing lines. It was Muckraker’s pastime, back in the days, to