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Mapesela speaks on dividend saga

MASERU – FORMER Trade Minister Tefo Mapesela this week told the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) how he tried to block the Lesotho Flour Mills from extending the management contract of

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Rehab faces closure

MASERU – LESOTHO’S only rehabilitation center for drug and alcohol addicts, Blue Cross Centre, is at the verge of closing due to lack of funds. This follows the Blue Cross’s

. . . As faction goes after Chief Justice

MASERU – MEMBERS of an All Basotho Convention (ABC) faction battling to take over control of the party from Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s group say they are planning to march

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‘This is no country for women’

MASERU – The lesson ’Makhomo Ramatlapeng must surely have learnt after two years of dueling against and losing to her brother in the courts, she ought to have known from

700 workers fired

MASERU – THE National Clothing and Textile Workers Union (NACTWU) says 700 employees have been dismissed from work by Jonsson Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd, a textile firm in Maputsoe. This followed

Fight over M100m tender

MASERU – A legal battle is looming over the government’s latest fleet management tender. The tender, worth a staggering M100 million over five years, was supposed to be finalized this

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Jobs’ fight rock AD

MASERU – THE Alliance of Democrats (AD) spokesman, Thuso Litjobo, has been accused of launching a sinister campaign to tarnish the image of the party’s secretary general, Mahali Phamotse. In

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Dealing with autism

LAST week, members of Intellectual Disability of Lesotho (IDAL), who are also parents of children with autism, marched in Maseru to raise awareness on autism. Coinciding with the World Autism

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Rising above the crowd

WHEN you run a business, you feel like you are in a perpetual war zone. Your company is always competing with another company for customers. The market is like a

SADC facilitator says reforms on course

MASERU – SADC facilitator to Lesotho, Dikgang Moseneke, says the next Leader’s Forum is scheduled for early June this year. The Leader’s Forum is part of Lesotho’s preparations for a