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Shock admission at soldiers’ trial

MASERU – IN a stunning revelation the lawyers representing the army told a Court Martial yesterday that there was no CCTV footage of what transpired during the assassination of Lieutenant General

Sports

Bantu set for title glory

MASERU – Bantu will be crowned Econet Premier League champions today if they beat Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) at Setsoto Stadium. The match is one of six rescheduled fixtures that will

Sports

Lesotho to host FutbolNet Cup

MASERU – The Lepereng OlympAfrica Centre will host the sixth edition of Lesotho’s FutbolNet Cup on Friday. The tournament is part of the FutbolNet initiative which was developed by Spanish giants

Sports

Blood, sweat and tears in Ha Ramabanta

MASERU  – The roar of motorbikes will reverberate through the chilly Ha Ramabanta air on Saturday when 280 riders begin their quest to reach the 2018 Roof of Africa scheduled for

Sports

Paamo off to Switzerland

MASERU – Budding Lesotho female cyclist ‘Makhotso Paamo of St. Mary’s High School is headed to Switzerland in all expenses paid trip to compete at the 2018 Red Bull Pump Track

Sports

Notši lauds his charges

MASERU – Just like a long lost nephew, Kick4Life have grown so much that it is easy to forget they were in the First Division just four years ago. Kick4Life are

Business

Securing your children’s educational future

MASERU – You care about your legacy? Then the Education Legacy Plan, launched yesterday at a local hotel, will ensure that your children’s educational future is well secured. Speaking at the

Business

Marketing plans should include e-marketing

The developments in the digital space has brought in benefits and challenges for upcoming entrepreneurs. The digital divide between those who have ready access to computers and the internet, and

Local News

Campbell pledges to help Lesotho

MASERU – BRITISH model, Naomi Campbell, has pledged to work with the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) to roll back the HIV and TB pandemics in Lesotho. Campbell was speaking

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Leposa turns on the government

MASERU – THEY are all birds of the same feather.That is the scathing assessment by the Lesotho Police Staff Association (LEPOSA) of the current coalition government led by Prime Minister Thomas