Matlama in no nonsense mood

MASERU – Matlama coach Thabile Secker said the log leaders cannot afford to take Galaxy lightly as they make a charge towards the Econet Premier League title. With four games


Lesotho cyclists reclaim second spot

MASERU – Lesotho has regained its second position in the African cycling ranks after a good performance at the African Continental Mountain Bike (MTB) Cross-Country Championships in Windhoek, Namibia, earlier


A race to the finish

…..Will Matlama hold on to lift title?….. MASERU – The 2018/19 Econet Premier League marathon is in its final stretch with all 14 contenders squeezing their last bits of energy


We’re here to stay, say Lifofane

MASERU – Newly-promoted A-Division North Stream champions Lifofane say they are not going to the Econet Premier League just to make up the numbers. The Butha-Buthe side earned promotion from


You need competition

As business leaders, we sometimes cringe when we hear the word competition. Other business leaders even go to the extent of trying to kill the competition by buying it out


New tourism hub for Lesotho

MASERU – THE World Bank has partnered with the Private Sector Competitiveness and Economic Diversification project to establish a centre for tourism information and crafts. The centre is set to


Majoro rejects measly M400k dividend

MASERU – FINANCE Minister, Dr Moeketsi Majoro, says he turned down a provisional proposal by Lesotho Flour Mills to declare a measly dividend of M400 000 to the government late


Mines minister grilled over work permit

MASERU – MINING Minister Keketso Sello was this week taken to task by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) for unlawfully extending a foreigner’s work permit at Letšeng Diamond Mine. Sello

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Judge ‘gags’ judicial officers

MASERU – THE Judicial Officers Association of Lesotho (JOALE) says Acting Chief Justice ’Maseforo Mahase has gagged them, ordering association members to seek her authorisation before speaking to the media.


Teachers threaten fresh protests

MASERU – FIREBRAND teachers’ trade unionist, Letsatsi Ntsibolane, says the government must brace itself for a fresh wave of protests. Ntsibolane told thepost on Tuesday that the government had not