Archive

Business

The house Standard Bank, Habitat built

MOTSEKUOA – M14 million. That is the amount that Standard Lesotho Bank has plowed into projects that are meant to better the lives of Basotho in the last five years.

Business

Managing customer relationships

Peter Drucker said, “The purpose of business is to create and keep a customer.” Every business is there to serve its customers. Failure to do so is a sure way

Business

LIA conference to ‘re-imagine business’

MASERU – THE Lesotho Institute of Accountants (LIA) will host its annual conference from October 17 to 19. The LIA chief executive, Monyaola Mosoloane, said the conference will be held under

Local News

Former bank workers lash out at Majoro

MASERU – HUNDREDS of former workers of the now defunct Lesotho Agricultural Development Bank this week lashed out at Finance Minister Moeketsi Majoro for “delaying the payment of their terminal benefits”.

Local News

Opposition wants IMF not to assist Lesotho

MASERU – OPPOSITION parties have threatened to lobby the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank to deny Lesotho any financial assistance in the form of loans and grants. The

Local News

Bringing the shine back at Scott Hospital

MASERU – In a neat hospital room in Scott Hospital’s children’s ward, a future king was born in 1963. Scott Hospital was one of the best then, a world class facility

Local News

Agric funds invested in Ponzi scheme

MASERU – A TOTAL of M195 000 allocated to the Ministry of Agriculture was lost after the funds were invested in a dubious Ponzi scheme. The shocking revelation was disclosed in

Local News

The good, old brewery waste

ROMA- When Maluti Mountain Brewery (MMB) sets free its brewery waste, a number of trucks line up to pick it up, mainly as food for pigs. “But there is a far

Muckracker

Muckraker: The little handsome chap

SPARE a thought for Moeketsi Majoro, that handsome chap who runs our finances. Last week he told Cabinet colleagues that he is having nightmares as he battles to plug the

Insight

Rooting out poverty

I have often heard the story that in the Jewish communities around the world, a wad of cash circulates around ‘at least (that is, the minimum)’ 19 individuals ‘within’ the