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We’re headed for the rocks, says Thabane

BUTHA-BUTHE – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane has publicly conceded that his government is headed towards the rocks. He was speaking at a political rally of his All Basotho Convention (ABC)

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We’ve no savings culture, says Governor

MASERU – LESOTHO has the lowest saving rate in the world, according to Central Bank of Lesotho Governor, Dr Retšelisitsoe Matlanyane. Matlanyane was speaking during the launch of Money Month


Teachers unions say it’s a strategic retreat

MASERU – THE spokesperson of the Lesotho Association of Teachers (LAT), Letsatsi Ntsibolane, says they will give negotiations between teachers’ unions and the ministers’ subcommittee a chance before deciding the

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Embassies not audited for 14 years

MASERU – A “tea or cleaning lady” handling the entire finances of a whole embassy, political appointments and plunder of funds. Welcome to the rot at some of Lesotho’s foreign


Soldier challenges mutiny ruling

MASERU – MAJOR Pitso Ramoepane has asked the High Court to review the decision of the Court Martial to try him for mutiny when he is facing a murder charge

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Breaking walls around sex

MASERU – Picture this: you have respectable guests in the house, say your elders from church who were passing by and decided to pop in for a quick cup of


Police officers to get 6% salary adjustment

MASERU – POLICE officers are set to smile all the way to the bank on payday next month after Minister ’Mampho Mokhele told Parliament yesterday that the government will increase


MP says fears assassination

MASERU – OUTSPOKEN MP for Mosalemane constituency, Tsoinyane Rapapa, says his life is now in grave danger. Rapapa was last month elected the new All Basotho Convention (ABC) party chairman.


Likuena’s big test

………Victory against Cape Verde could seal AFCON qualification……….. MASERU – The Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) has spent a fortune on Likuena’s preparations for their final 2019 Africa Cup of Nations


Enduro World Series to burst into life

MASERU – This month’s edition of Lesotho Sky Cycling League has been postponed to next month due to unforeseen circumstances, organisers have announced. However, this month is still full of