Choose the right word

The writer observes, then the writer muses on what has been observed, rethinks on the sighted, makes objective and subjective propositions related to the phenomenon under scope, and then chooses


Believe in yourself

“In the work environment, innovation comes from great trust. From people having a voice. Fear inhibits innovation,” Susan Reily Salgado. Success is inherent, but it is not handed freely; be


How to manage change in your organisation

“Change is the only constant.” remarked Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher. Businesses need to brace themselves for change. The environment is always is a state of change. There are political, social,


Push national interests

Lesotho’s opposition parties are adamant that they will push a vote-of-no-confidence in the government led by Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili when Parliament re-opens tomorrow. This could set in motion a


Looking beyond the chaos

I was shocked as I watched South African MPs repeatedly heckle and interrupt President Zuma as he tried to deliver the 2017 State of the Nation Address (SONA). I kept


‘Crisis? What crisis?’

MASERU – PRIME Minister Pakalitha Mosisili will tomorrow come face-to-face in Parliament with an opposition that is determined to oust him through a no-confidence vote. His chances of holding on


MEC backs no-confidence vote

MASERU IN a sudden change of heart, the Movement of Economic Change (MEC) Youth League says it supports tomorrow’s planned vote of no confidence against Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili. However,

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Judges to deliver judgment in MPs case

MASERU – A panel of three High Court judges are tomorrow expected to deliver judgment in a matter in which opposition MPs are challenging Speaker Ntlhoi Motsamai’s move to declare

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Storm rocks LRA

MASERU – THE suspension of Thabo Khasipe has thrown the Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) into turmoil, amid revelations that low-ranking employees are frustrated and want to fight the decision. Khasipe

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The scourge of sodomy

MASERU – A prison is supposed to rehabilitate criminals back into society. Away from other people, isolated from loved ones and deprived of basic freedoms, a prisoner has time to