Lioli win to climb into second place

Maseru – Defending champions Lioli climbed into second place in the Vodacom Premier League thanks to a hard-fought 1-0 win over Liphakoe yesterday afternoon in Quthing. The win has leapfrogged


Have a successful change management process

Change will come. You only need to know how to deal with it. Many strategies have failed not because they were bad but because the organisation did not address change


When art imitates life

MASERU – YOUNG Silas Monyatsi’s family did not own a television. Some 40 years ago that was nothing out of the ordinary for a TV was a luxury of immense

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King to dissolve Parliament

MASERU – PRIME Minister Pakalitha Mosisili has advised the King to dissolve Parliament and call an election within the next 90 days. thepost understands that Mosisili met the King immediately

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Mosisili loses confidence vote

MASERU – PRIME Minister Pakalitha Mosisili’s government fell to a vote-of-no-confidence in Parliament yesterday. That made him the first premier in Lesotho’s history to be subjected to a vote-of-no-confidence. Mosisili


Detained soldiers released

MASERU – THE army yesterday released the last batch of mutiny plot suspects from the Maseru Maximum Security Prison. Seven soldiers were released yesterday bringing the total of released detainees

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Tight security at Parliament

MASERU – SECURITY at Parliament was tightened this week with visitors, including MPs, being subjected to thorough body searches. Heavily armed police officers have conducted road blocks near the Maseru