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Debate on statues a waste of time

Men could build mountains in their name if they could, in fact, they have always done so for the sole purpose of being remembered forever, as if there is a

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Reforming society under Moshoeshoe I’s watch

Part 2 Continued from last week Many of the things we say about Moshoeshoe I — his empathy and humanity, his love for peace, his wisdom, etc.,—these things are well-known.

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We need visionary leadership

IT was a pleasure to see Basotho finally pushing aside their political differences and sitting down together at the reforms’ conference in Maseru this week. That is the spirit that

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Jonathan: a hero or cold-blooded murderer?

When I read the letter that former Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisli sent to President Ramaphosa, at first I thought the old man must retire indeed, he is out of touch

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Mosisili must leave the ANC alone

When I saw the newspaper headlines that said former Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili had condemned the honouring of the late Chief Leabua Jonathan I was shocked at first but later

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Ketsekile loses M15k to fraudster

MASERU – Lesotho international goalkeeper Samuel Ketsekile lost M15 000 to an unknown fraudster who claimed he would help him secure trials with top South African football club Mamelodi Sundowns. Last

Sports

Bantu hold Township Rollers

Lobatse, Botswana – Bantu claimed an important away goal on Tuesday night after they drew one-one with Botswana champions Township Rollers in a CAF Champions League preliminary round first leg tie

Sports

Kick4Life turns the corner

MASERU – If it is true there is always light at the end of the tunnel, then Kick4Life are starting to see much brighter. Winning two Econet Premier League games in

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LDF’s gaffer speaks on Mohloai’s injury

MASERU – Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) coach Motheo Mohapi says Koete Mohloai’s injury is not as bad as initially feared and the midfielder could be available to play this weekend when

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Young expected in Lesotho to defend title

MASERU – 2017 Motul Roof of Africa champion Wade Young will be back in the country to defend his title when the off-road showpiece gets underway next Thursday. Young made history