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A solar-powered mobile car-wash

ROMA – The solar-powered waste paper based mobile carwash will literally blow your mind! It is tiny, and it uses tiny amounts of water and it leaves no waste. Designed and

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‘This job keeps me on my toes every day’

MASERU –SINCE graduating from the University of Cape Town with a Degree in Chemical Engineering, Seipati Mabote had been itching for some practical experience. During her attachments she had spent

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Hello ‘Dr’ ‘Mme!

WOMEN know the irritation that comes with spending thousands on a genuine Gucci handbag and then see some clown storming a party with some fake Gucci bag picked up at

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A bulwark against cultural assimilation

Exactly 19 years ago on campus at the National University of Lesotho, a lecturer of mine from Ghana introduced me to the writings of Cheikh Antah Diop, the Senegalese scholar

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Male sexual enhancement medication

EVERY man wants to perform at his best in the bedroom and can suffer when sexual problems stand in his way. Most men opt to self-treat or boost their performance

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The Brexit border backstop

The other Europeans are not laughing at the English for the most part. They are looking at them with pity and scorn. But also with a great deal of impatience.

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Stop mourning, all we want is action, Dr Majoro

John C Maxwell argued that “a budget is telling your money where to go instead of wondering where it went.” A few days ago we listened to our radios and

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Prepare for social upheaval

WE can fully understand the predicament that Finance Minister Moeketsi Majoro found himself in this week as he presented his third budget speech in Parliament. It would be very easy

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Clarify amendments to Education Bill

One of the reasons teachers are on strike is because of Section 20(2) of the Education Act 2010 which stipulates that a principal of a public school shall be appointed

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Kao Mine’s first woman metallurgist

MASERU – Growing up in Quthing district in the early 1990s, Keneuoe Letšela’s dream was to be a successful medical doctor. During those days, it appeared as if everybody wanted