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The end of an era

PRIME Minister Pakalitha Mosisili resigned last week after a thumping loss in the June 3 election. That loss could potentially end Mosisili’s long and colourful career in politics. Having presided

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Britain: “Soft” Brexit or no Brexit

“We don’t know when Brexit talks start. We know when they must end,” tweeted Donald Tusk, former Polish prime minister and now president of the European Council. He doesn’t know

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The right to free expression

Let’s talk about the right to freedom of expression specifically in relation to politics. In my opinion, the right to freedom of expression is exceptionally pivotal in creating a democracy

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‘Human rights will be top of our agenda’

Maseru –  AS the new government is set to take over tomorrow following the swearing-in of Thomas Thabane as Prime Minister, MPs of the ruling parties have pledged to bring

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Back to drawing board for DC

MASERU – OUT-MANOUVRED and out-gunned on the electoral platform, Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili’s Democratic Congress (DC) party appears mortally wounded. Humbled by his thumping electoral loss on June 3, Mosisili

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Makakane: the rebel with a cause

MASERU – British novelist Joanne Rowling once said “it matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be”. Speakers at Afrika Makakane’s funeral last Saturday could not

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Thabane asks for prayers

MASERU– PRIME Minister-elect Thomas Thabane says he faces a colossal task that requires divine intervention to execute. Thabane is expected to be sworn-in as prime minister tomorrow for the second

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Witch-hunt at High Court

MASERU – THE High Court has launched an investigation to find out who leaked an explosive internal audit report that exposes the massive rot at the Palace of Justice. thepost,