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‘Big pot of gold’ for Uhuru Cup

Maseru – Econet Premier League big guns Bantu and Lioli avoided each other in Wednesday’s draw for the revamped 2017 Independence Cup which will see a record M200 000 jackpot

Sports

Mahlaha wary of Majantja

Maseru – Lioli head coach Halemakale Mahlaha is unhappy with his side’s start to the 2017/18 Econet Premier League campaign despite their perfect record of three wins from three games.

Sports

Likila hold mighty Limkokwing

Maseru – Limkokwing University coach Ntlaloe Ntlaloe is satisfied with his side’s start to the A-Division season despite being held to a goalless draw by Likila United last Saturday on

Sports

Lesotho Sky Race launched

Maseru – Black Mix Lesotho and Lesotho Sky on Tuesday launched the 7th Annual Lesotho Sky Race with organisers promising an event steeped in Basotho heritage and culture. The 2017

Business

Vandalism costs LEC M1.8 million

MASERU – M1.8 million. That is the staggering amount the Lesotho Electricity Company (LEC) has lost over the last three years through vandalism. Despite massive media campaigns to discourage vandalism,

Business

Generating business ideas

In my previous article I highlighted that in the process of launching a business an entrepreneur goes through a number of critical phases namely, identification and evaluation of an opportunity

News

I’m traumatised, says MoAfrika boss

MASERU – MOAFRIKA FM managing director Ratabane Ramainoane says he is seeking the services of a psychologist to help him cope with his trauma. Ramainoane was arrested at the High

Business

The unstoppable youngsters

ROMA – THE National University of Lesotho (NUL) is breeding a generation of young writers. But the book authored by the NUL-trained Takatso Kumi, a physicist, a mathematician, a teacher,

Muckracker

The hunt for SADC babies

Muckraker is thrilled the SADC standby army will soon hit our shores. But her excitement has nothing to do with the prospects of those foreign soldiers spanking our mischievous soldiers

Africa

The sign of the times

With the blanket slung on his shoulder and dragging behind him on the barrier line of the black, hard, and cold tarmac where he walks, the young dark skinned boy