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Mutiny soldier takes battle to High Court

 MASERU – A senior soldier accused of mutiny has taken his fight to the High Court. Major Pitso Ramoepane wants the High Court to order the Court Martial to permanently stop

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Kamoli in court drama

MASERU – THERE was drama in the High Court last Thursday when the retired Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) commander Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli refused to accept a letter of indictment. This

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Fireworks at Setsoto

. . . as LCS locks horns with Matlama….. MASERU-It’s not a title decider, but it definitely promises to be the game of the season so far when Econet Premier

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Masheshena look the real deal

MASERU-This 2018/19 version of Lesotho Correctional Service (LCS) looks like the real deal. After several years of close calls and tears this finally could be the season the once dominant

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Limkokwing lose two key players

MASERU-Limkokwing University will be without the two most experienced members of their squad when the second round of National Basketball League (NBL) kicks off this weekend. Seoehla ‘Mefane and Thabang

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Topsy-turvy battle at the bottom

MASERU-The relegation battle has rarely been this interesting. With the second round of the Econet Premier League season underway, there are three teams at the foot of the table fighting

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Manage your time

If you need to be successful in life you need to be brutal about how you manage your time. Each one of us has been endowed by God with 24

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Wool farmers furious

MASERU-Basotho wool and mohair farmers are furious. This week a number of them started receiving what was said to be payment for their wool and mohair. The amounts range between

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Thabane blasts Mahao

MASERU-Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has lashed out at National University of Lesotho (NUL) Vice-Chancellor Professor Nqosa Mahao describing him as “a rag that is being blown by the wind”. The

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Teachers threaten to down tools again

MASERU-TEACHERS’ trade unions have threatened to down tools again if the government fails to urgently address their grievances. The teachers’ unions are the Lesotho Association of Teachers (LAT), Lesotho Teachers