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Sefotha-fotha stun LCS

MASERU – Lesotho Correctional Service’s (LCS) Econet Premier League title hopes suffered a crushing blow after they were stunned 1-0 by lowly Sefotha-fotha at Police Training College (PTC) on Wednesday

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Netball body to host conference

MASERU -The Lesotho Netball Association (LNA) will host a special conference this weekend at Lerotholi Polytechnic. The secretary general report will be presented to the members as well as the

Sports

Bantu, the moving train

MASERU – There is still life in this Econet Premier League title race yet and its champions are not going down without a fight. At an animated Setsoto Stadium last

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Training for anti-doping officers

MASERU – The Lesotho National Olympic Committee (LNOC) through the Sport Medicine and Protection of Clean Athletes Commission is holding a five-day workshop at Aloes Guest House for its Anti-Doping

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Monese leads the pack

MASERU – 2016 Olympian Phetetso Monese leads the Cross Country Mountain Bike table in the Lesotho Sky Cycling League after a win in the fourth stage race last Saturday in

Business

Serving the economy

MASERU – ECONET Telecom Lesotho (ETL) is at the core of Lesotho’s economy. Econet has the longest fibre optic network in the Mountain Kingdom and is the supplier of choice

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Taxi boss killed

MAFETENG – A MAFETENG-based taxi businessman who survived a gun fight with a famo music gang defector last year was gunned down in a dramatic shootout on Monday morning. Police

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Second Compact roars into life

MASERU – THE Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) has granted the Lesotho government M88.1 million to cover costs associated with the development of second compact. The fund, signed for at the

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Technology that knows your face

ROMA – THE National University of Lesotho (NUL) computer scientist, Napo Mosola and his student, Mokhutli Letsae, are creating and testing an application that prevents online information theft. To do

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HR manager convicted

MASERU – THE magistrate’s court has found the Local Government Ministry’s human resources manager Poloko Maluke guilty of stealing money by opening accounts for ghost workers. The prosecution said had