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Imperatives of professionalising public service

Since Lesotho gained independence five decades ago, there have been frequent cases of political instability that drastically stifled anticipated development. While there is a tendency to blame all the ills

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Change course or we sink

THE government’s finances are in a mess with fears that the current porous economic state could knock off key developmental projects. This is worrying but not a surprise. It would

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The herb that will change lives

MARAKABEI – A herb outlawed for decades is set to change lives in some rural communities as weed growing firms engage villagers. For Pontšeng Pontšeng, a villager, the only regret is

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Rescue the ‘noble profession’

I have been told that before the establishment of the National Teachers Training College (Currently Lesotho College of Education) there were several teacher training colleges run by the churches such

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We demand right to determine future

“Nothing for the youth, about youth, without youth” is a statement coined by youth civil society and much publicised by Lesotho’s civil society since 2017. It is in the spirit