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Someone find Mapesela’s head

WE all have something that makes us high. For some it’s the loudmouth soup (beer). Others like matekoane, that potent weed smoked by nearly all politicians in this country. Those

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To Johnny Clegg-A Tribute

I have undone that distance too many times before, and it seems as if this life of mine is stuck between two shores, as the little ones grow older on

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The value of vitamins during pregnancy

It is a common belief that tablets given to pregnant women at the hospital during their routine clinic visits make the unborn child big, increasing the risk in natural labour,

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Our electoral system is not broken

THERE was a recent message asking selected groups that have not submitted their opinions to the reforms to have their say. The deadline for submissions, according to the message, was

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Factional fights have no real winners

AT some point, the warring factions in the All Basotho Convention (ABC) will realise that the politics of factions has no real winner. Whoever will control the ABC after this

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All Basotho Crying (ABC)

IN the last election urban voters overwhelmingly supported Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s All Basotho Convention (ABC). They were desperate for a new government and the ABC looked like the only

Local News

Mapesela in shooting spree

MASERU – DEFENCE Minister, Tefo Mapesela, went berserk yesterday afternoon as he emptied his gun into the air and waved it at villagers after a dispute over pastures in Khubetsoana.

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DCEO investigator suspended

MASERU – THE Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO)’s Chief Investigations Officer, Thabiso Thibeli, was suspended last night. thepost is reliably informed that Thibeli, who received a letter of

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Tempers flare at State House

MASERU – THERE was drama at the State House as tempers flared after All Basotho Convention (ABC) talks collapsed for the fifth time, thepost has heard. The warring factions traded

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Manyokole fires first shots

MASERU – THE new Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) boss has told his investigators that they should not arrest or take any action against suspects in “high profile”