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…As opposition reacts angrily to ‘King’s speech’

MOHALE’S HOEK – THE opposition has angrily reacted to a call by King Letsie III calling for the full implementation of the SADC commission recommendations. Controversial secretary general of the

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Ray ‘Chikapa’ Phiri

ON MONDAY morning, there was no one when I got to the office, I guess I was too early. And so I went to the corner where I met this

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Time to deliver

WE are thrilled by the budget presented by Finance Minister Dr Moketsi Majoro to parliament yesterday. Dr Majoro appears to have made the right noises about what needs to be

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Decide for yourself

The Minister of finance presented the 2017/18 budget proposal estimates to the National Assembly yesterday. I cannot help but wonder how many of my country folk appreciate and understand the

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King gives nod to SADC recommendations

MASERU – KING Letsie III says all SADC commission recommendations and decisions will be fully implemented by his government. The King made the comment while officially opening Lesotho’s 10th parliament

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Defence minister pledges to bring home exiled soldiers

MASERU – As long as the Defence Minister Sentje Lebona says he is working on the modalities for the safe return of soldiers who fled the country two years ago

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The tragic story behind the bridge disaster

MASERU – YOU have come here to ‘rub salt onto my wound’. That is what a grieving mother told thepost reporters when they visited her home in Sekhutlong Ha-’Manapo. ’Malebohang

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Ramatšella in trouble again

MASERU – THE secretary general of the Lesotho People’s Congress (LPC) party, Bokang Ramatšella, is expected to appear before the Maseru magistrate’s court today to answer a charge of incitement.

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Makapa’s dream move collapses

Maseru – Liphakoe winger Tšepang Makapa’s proposed move to South African side Golden Arrows has collapsed and the starlet is back training with the Quthing-based side ahead of the new

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Absent presidents

Newspapers still need copy to hold the ads apart even when nothing much is happening. So I was quite pleased when I noticed that the presidents of two African countries,