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LCS piles pressure on Matlama

MASERU – Matlama coach Thabile Secker admits ‘Tse Putsoa’ are under pressure after an almost month-long break from Econet Premier League action and an abrupt slip from top spot. The Pitso

Business

Bank tackles financial illiteracy

MASERU – PEOPLE living in rural areas are still struggling with financial literacy and inclusion, a challenge that the Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL) has now set out to tackle. To

Business

Factors that can lead your business to fail

Most people are afraid to fail. The fear of failure prevents them from trying new things in life. They don’t want to make mistakes. What such people don’t realise is

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A rising star in business

MASERU – BROUGHT up in Ha-Tsautsoe, Maseru, Ntšepiseng Rantle used to see scores of people trudging to the city to sell items for a living. For Rantle, this awakened the entrepreneurship

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Fighting HIV through the ‘beautiful game’

MOKEMA – ON a dusty soccer pitch, youthful teams from two neighboring villages are in a fierce battle for honours in Mokema. On the edges, their supporters urge them on in

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Lesotho Freight to be privatised

MASERU – THE government will soon privatise the loss-making Lesotho Freight and Bus Service Corporation (LFBSC), thepost heard this week. The principal secretary for the Ministry of Transport, Thabo Motoko, told

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Mosisili says proud of record

MASERU – FORMER Prime Minister and Democratic Congress (DC) leader, Pakalitha Mosisili, says he is proud of his record when he was still in power. Speaking at a rally in Quthing

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‘I Kept on Crying’

MASERU – Out of a personal tragedy a captivating debut memoir has just been published by ZIABLE Publisher. The memoir, aptly titled I Kept on Crying, graphically details the horrors experienced

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A ‘pot’ to jump-start us into industrial phase!

ROMA – This National University of Lesotho (NUL) made pot, branded “Pitsa,” looks simple but it is not your normal pot! Because of its numerous uses, it may as well be

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Bringing the smile back to kids

MASERU – WHEN a child is born with a cleft lip or palate some Basotho consider it a curse and that the ancestors are not happy. That’s not true, according to