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Matlama cry foul

MASERU – Matlama are crying foul over the continued unavailability of five foreign players they say Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) is taking too long to issue registration cards. The players include

Sports

Bad season for Likhopo?

MASERU – A new season is supposed to bring fresh beginnings with new hopes. Unfortunately for Likhopo that has not been the case with the 2018/19 Econet Premier League campaign so

Sports

Lioli draw first blood in derby

MASERU – Lioli have drawn first blood in their epic battle with Bantu for Econet Premier League supremacy thanks to Sunday’s gripping 1-0 win over ‘A Matšo Matebele’ at Setsoto Stadium.

Sports

LBA to host tournament

MASERU – The Lesotho Basketball Association (LBA) will host a 3-on-3 Under-18 tournament on Saturday at Lehakoe Recreation Centre. The LBA will also use the competition to select 10 players to

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Minister in near fist fight

MASERU – TRADE Minister Tefo Mapesela and the Chairman of Thabang sheering stud in Mokhotlong Khotsang Moshoeshoe, were in a near fist fight on Monday, as the rift over regulations intensifies.

Business

Post Bank in bold move

MASERU – LESOTHO Post Bank is now offering its staff three month fully paid paternity and maternity leave in an effort to contribute towards the early development of children. The bank

Business

Let your business model be a game changer

FOUR years ago Tom Goodwin, a senior vice president of strategy and innovation at Havas Media noted a curious trend in an article on techcrunch.com. He observed that some of

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…As government issues stern warning

MASERU – OPPOSITION leader Mothetjoa Metsing should voluntarily return home and work with the government or law enforcement authorities will be forced to drag him from exile and press criminal charges

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Metsing digs in his heels

MASERU – SELF-EXILED Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) leader Mothetjoa Metsing says he reneged on his promise to return home and participate in multi-sector reforms due to government’s unpredictability. Metsing on

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EU chips in again

MASERU – THE European Union (EU) has donated M106 million to help Lesotho create a database of all potential households and individuals eligible for social protection interventions. Known as National Information