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We need self-determination in legal fraternity

The country has seen and perhaps witnessed open debates on the status of the judiciary and by extension the legal fraternity in the Kingdom. These debates and confrontations for want

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The power of decision

Time flies, and with it wit and humour go, zest and overzealousness are toned down, and all that is left is the husk of the once juicy nub of corn;

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Understanding the post-2015 political crisis

Continued from last weekContinued from last week This option is also interesting in that it helps us think beyond conventional wisdom, as Maaparankoe Mahao was fond of doing. Asked by

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There is a book in you

At one of my high school consultations, my English teacher, Mrs. Dearlove, told my mother that I would one day be an author. So, as I launch my book* today,

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We need an apolitical army

IT was of course with good reasons that political analysts had concluded that Lesotho’s army had over the years posed the greatest threat to the country’s stability. The general perception

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A win for the women of Africa

THE Mo Ibrahim Foundation recently awarded the Prize for Good Governance, after a four-year hiatus. The award is presented to African heads of state who step down from office after

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WASCO says sorry for yellowish water

MASERU – THE Water and Sewerage Company (WASCO) has apologized to consumers over the quality of water available on their taps. For the past three weeks, residents of Maseru have resorted

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MoAfrika’s debunked ideology of hatred

MoAfrika FM radio station has recently been running a series of radio broadcasts it describes as historical accounts of events that it says took place during the Dr Leabua Jonathan’s

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The burden of cancer

MASERU – WHEN ’Mathabang Serabele died two weeks ago, few paid attention to the cause of her death: breast cancer. Instead, all eyes were on her socio-economic circumstances that saw her

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Two Chinese businessmen arrested for money laundering

MASERU – TWO businessmen of Chinese descent are in jail awaiting trial after they failed to raise surety at the Maseru magistrate’s court last Thursday. Lee Laan, 23, and Chan Kuren,