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New sponsor for Kick4Life

MASERU – Econet Premier League outfit Kick4Life will have a brand new sponsor and kit when the 2018/19 season kicks off next month. The exciting shot in the arm was unveiled

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Lioli set to reclaim lost glory

MASERU – The problem with being a big club is there is always expectation to win and, at times, even the slightest slips become disasters. Success – as they say –

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Two cricket teams to represent Lesotho

MASERU – THE Lesotho Cricket Association (LCA) yesterday presented two national teams that will represent Lesotho next week at tournaments in Botswana and South Africa. The two sides are the national

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Sechele eyes more success

MASERU – After winning bronze at the 21st African Senior Championships in Nigeria two weeks ago, Lesotho triple jump specialist Lerato Sechele is targeting more success at the All Africa Games

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Baptism of fire for Swallows

MASERU- Econet Premier League newcomers Swallows received a harsh welcome to the elite league last weekend as they were outclassed in the preseason Alliance Winter Challenge. The tournament was a rude

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50 percent subsidy for farmers

MASERU – THE government says it will provide a 50 percent subsidy to farmers in an effort to boost crop production this year. Agriculture Minister Mahala Molapo said the measure is

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Know how much your business is worth

We build businesses and nurture them until they grow into conglomerates but we never stop to examine how much that business is worth. We need to evaluate how much our

Dairy farmers speak with one voice

MASERU – FOR the first time in many years Lesotho dairy farmers are speaking with one voice. Yesterday farmers from nine districts elected a national committee that will help them fight

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Farmers blast Meraka Lesotho

MASERU – CATTLE farmers and butcheries are not happy with Meraka Lesotho. Their anger is still palpable months after the government banned beef imports and announced that Meraka Lesotho was to

Three students off to the US

MASERU – THREE students left Lesotho to further their studies in the United States last Friday, thanks to a sponsorship deal from Higherlife Foundation. The three students, Teboho Motselekatse, Lerato Takana