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Wise words for ladies

SINCE this is Women’s Month (whatever that means) Muckraker will deliver a sisterly lecture. Place your behind on the couch and read this, for Muckraker will never say it again.

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Judge faces ouster

MASERU – A storm is brewing against Acting Chief Justice ’Maseforo Mahase. Fresh from a barrage of attacks for her alleged bias in the All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s legal scuffles,

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Businessman hijacked

MASERU – A BUSINESSMAN of Filipino origin who runs a printing company in Maseru was hijacked by armed gunmen between 6 and 7pm on Tuesday. The incident happened in the

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Back up ‘poverty’ claims says judge

MASERU – HIGH Court judge Justice Charles Hungwe yesterday ordered soldiers who are facing murder and attempted murder charges to file their affidavits giving reasons why the State should pay

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Minister, army boss disagree

…As soldier discharged for mutiny demands package… MASERU – ARMY boss Lieutenant General Mojalefa Letsoela and Defence Minister Tefo Mapesela are at odds over whether a soldier discharged after being

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Econet powers a dream!

MASERU – IT was a hearty send-off for two Basotho students who are going to further their studies in the United States, thanks to Econet Telecom Lesotho (ETL) and its

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Rantšo says she’s not going anywhere

MASERU – OUSTED Reformed Congress of Lesotho (RCL) leader Keketso Rantšo says she is not going anywhere. A defiant Rantšo told thepost yesterday that she could not be fired from

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Robbed in their sleep

…Thieves ‘drug’ their victims as they sweep away house… MASERU – A COUPLE waking up to find the bed it had been sleeping on stolen and the husband in his

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Violent protest over speed hump

HA-TOLOANE – THREE villagers were badly injured on Sunday when the police fired rubber bullets at an angry crowd that had blocked a road in Ha-Toloane. Villagers said one of

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Chief Magistrate threatens to release suspects on remand

MASERU – CHIEF Magistrate ’Matankiso Nthunya says she will empty onto the streets hundreds of suspects who have been languishing in remand prison for years because their trials are not