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LTDC marks Tourism Day

MASERU – THE Lesotho Tourism Development Corporation (LTDC) celebrated World Tourism Day in Semonkong last Wednesday. The LTDC then moved to Butha-Buthe two days later. World Tourism Day has been

Sports

Notši braces for Bantu showdown

Maseru – Kick4Life coach Leslie Notši is relishing Saturday’s showdown against league champions Bantu which kicks off this year’s Independence Cup. Kick4Life will be making their first appearance in the

Sports

Majantja boss rues break

Maseru – Majantja coach Motlatsi Shale is lamenting the timing of this week’s international break. The recess comes with the Mohale’s Hoek side enjoying life thanks to a dream start

Sports

Likatola ready for battle

Maseru – Lesotho national rugby team coach Roy Nyasha-Zhou is gearing up for the Rugby Africa 1D South tournament which kicks off next Sunday. The championship will be contested by

Sports

Battle for Uhuru Cup

Mafeteng – The Setsoto Stadium turf is set to suffer this weekend when Lesotho’s top four clubs battle it out for the M200 000 grand prize at the Independence Cup.

Business

Econet’s Pokola triples data

ECONET’s customers can now triple their data when they borrow M20 bundle through Pokola Data Advance. “This service allows customers a chance to borrow data bundles ranging from 50mb at

Business

Getting investors to buy into your business idea

Albert Einstein once said “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” An entrepreneur needs to be able to share his business idea with prospective investors

Local News

791 graduate at LUCT

MASERU – A TOTAL of 791 students graduated with Honors and Associate degrees at Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT) in Maseru last Thursday. Those who graduated were from the

Business

The ‘Good Samaritan at Roma’

ROMA – Sello Joshua Ramokanate enrolled at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) in hopes of working with mental health patients. He does more than that now, even though he

Business

Boost for Royal Education Trust

MASERU – NEDBANK last Friday donated M204 000 to the Royal Education Development Trust and the Hlokomela Banana Project. The royal family will pass over M54 000 to the education