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Being the King’s chief

MASERU – A VILLAGE Chief of Matsieng Chief Ramohlongoana Moonya says he feels honoured to be the Chief of King Letsie III. Moonya said he has been the Chief since

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Send your best wishes

MASERU – ROYAL Archives and Museum (RAM) board members say they are planning to give Basotho an opportunity to participate in King Letsie III’s birthday. Members said they will allow

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Keeping the King fit

MASERU – WHEN Nthabiseng ’Matlhokomelo Motjamela was called to be King Letsie III’s personal trainer she did not believe what she was hearing. It was in 2006, twelve years into

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Living with His Majesty

MASERU – NEIGHBOURS of King Letsie III say they are fortunate to live in the same village with him. Most of the villagers described him as a humble person who

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Our humble King

ON the virtues of our king, a day on a walk observing the king at a distance reveals the basic virtues the subjects know of in reverence. A humble man

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Get me a real witch

A few months ago a senior official at the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) threatened to unleash some witchcraft on colleagues. Lebohang Bulane, acting director of elections at the commission, had

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Middle Age Travails

WISH there could be words, well there are words, but often, more than less, they escape into the grey beyond of the thalamus where thoughts and confusion find their origin.

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Traditional herbs- drugs interactions

SINCE time immemorial, Basotho have used natural herbs to cure different ailments. It will be folly to dismiss these herbs because they are part of our lives and testimonies about

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A tempest is coming

THERE is no denying that this government had so much goodwill when it came to power in 2017. Many wanted it to succeed because we were coming from a tumultuous

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Start preparing divorce papers

THE decision by the Professor Nqosa Mahao-led faction to “suspend” party leader, Thomas Thabane, for six years represents yet another escalation in the battle for the control of the All