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Sehlabaka faces ban for fraud

Maseru – Lesotho’s most decorated basketball coach, Bokang Sehlabaka, of Lichocha Shooting Rifles, faces a 20-month ban from all basketball activities after he pleaded guilty to three counts of fraud,

Sports

Sello, Khereng off to Taiwan

Maseru – Rising talents Tšepang Sello and Khereng Khereng left for Taiwan on Tuesday to represent Lesotho at the Federation of International University Sport (FISU) Games. Sello, a 2016 Olympian,

Sports

Gruelling test for referees

Maseru – The premier league Referee’s Committee is confident it has covered all bases in the quest to prevent crowd violence in the 2017/18 season. Last season saw a marked

Sports

Premier league start postponed

Maseru – The Vodacom Premier League has postponed the start date for the new season to September 2 because of a delay from the sponsors in paying clubs their season

Business

Let the mission drive your organisation

Every organisation, be it a for-profit or not-for-profit organisation, has a purpose why it’s in existence. The reason why an organisation is in existence is referred to as a mission.

Business

The ‘new Eden’ in Mahobong

LERIBE – For years, Lesotho has relied on its textile industry for employment opportunities. Some now think it’s time to look elsewhere and a World Bank funded project is showing

Local News

Rights group blasts Thabane

MASERU – A human rights group wants Prime Minister Thomas Thabane to withdraw his “unlawful order” to the police to assault crime suspects or face court action. In a statement,

Local News

Cleaning the environment!

ROMA – Lerata Mothepu is developing highly specialised materials to remove potentially dangerous pollutants from your environment. Under the supervision of Dr Tebello Mahamo and Mrs Itumeleng Seotsanyana-Mokhosi, Mothepu is

Insight

The ethos of the postman

Those many aeons ago, for the sands and the tides of the times have a weird tendency to play kaleidoscopic gyroscopes with the mind of the individual that stands afore

Insight

We have the right to know

It is now three months since a new coalition government assumed power in Lesotho. Like in any democracy, Basotho have a right to know how this coalition government is going