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Molibeli says won’t lose sleep over ICC threats

MASERU – POLICE Commissioner Holomo Molibeli says he is not worried by the opposition’s call for him to be dragged before the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. Commissioner

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Committee chops ministries budgets

MASERU – PARLIAMENT’S portfolio committee on economic cluster has recommended budget cuts amounting to M27.8 million from selected government ministries. The committee chairman, the Mosalemane MP Tsoinyane Rapapa, made the

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Falling in love with weaving

ROMA – HE is doing a Masters of Science in Sustainable Energy at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). At the same time, he has fallen in love with weaving.

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Likuena and ’metse

THIS is a true story. Just before Likuena left for their decisive match in Cape Verde last week, Prime Minister Thomas Thabane visited the team at Bambatha Tšita. The official

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The beauty of social cohesion

ONE can safely guess that each ant hatched from the egg comes into the world with a clear sense of what it is meant to contribute to the colony. The

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Safe use of medicines

Medicines help us live longer and healthier. But, taking them the wrong way or mixing certain drugs can be dangerous. You need to be careful to keep track of your

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It’s time to demystify sex education

Last week, social media went into overdrive following what was said to be a new set of books that the Ministry of Education and Training had disseminated to schools around

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Is Thabane slowly morphing into a dictator?

THERE are worrying signs that Prime Minister Thomas Thabane is beginning to demonstrate signs that were exhibited by former premier Leabua Jonathan when he lost elections in 1970. That is

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No cheer for beer traders

…..Say proposed 15% hike in levy will sink businesses….. MASERU – BUSINESSES selling alcohol are in panic after Finance Minister Moeketsi Majoro announced a 15 percent levy hike in the

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Dealing with haemophilia

MASERU – ’Marethabile Mahlaha’s baby died within nine months of his birth due to haemophilia, a medical disorder very few people in Lesotho are aware of. This was in 1989.