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Notši remains defiant

Maseru – Despite a demoralising 1-0 defeat at the hands of Vodacom Premier League champions Lioli on Sunday, Kick4Life head coach Leslie Notši remains proud of his boys. Sunday’s match

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Showdown looms in Parliament

MASERU – A showdown looms in Parliament tomorrow as the opposition and the government square off in a battle that will determine who rules the country. This week the opposition

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Tale strikes rich vein of form

Maseru – Thapelo Tale has made a blistering to life at Kick4Life after netting another brace in Sunday’s 3-0 win over Sky Battalion which sent the Old Europa side to

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Lioli eye CAPS’ scalp

Maseru – Lioli coach Halemakale Mahlaha is confident his troops can conquer the odds against CAPS United in Zimbabwe on Sunday. The CAF Champions League preliminary round tie is in

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Race for top four heats up

Maseru – With Kick4Life, Bantu and Lioli fiercely battling it out for the Vodacom Premier League title, the race for the top four has received less attention. However, there is

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Mohapi wants to roll back the good times

Maseru – Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) haven’t tasted league title glory since 2004 when they were the country’s most dominant force. What is left now is a shadow of that

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Women rugby players join the party

Maseru With men’s rugby booming in Lesotho, the women’s game is set to join the party with the launch of the first-ever National Women’s Rugby Championship Cup (NWRCC) this weekend.

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LEC lights up students’ day

MASERU – THE Lesotho Electricity Company (LEC) donated M15 000 worth of groceries to 66 vulnerable students from Sefika High School last Friday. The donation was part of the LEC

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Afrisam cements ties with Lesotho

MASERU –  AFRISAM celebrated its first year of operations in Lesotho last Thursday. AfriSam is Lesotho’s first cement manufacturer. The setting up of the plant in Lesotho last year ended

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Maternal mortality worsens

MASERU – Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing says maternal mortality has worsened in Lesotho with an increase in deaths from 370 per 100 000 in 1990 to 1 024 per