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Ministry issues 5 new wool licences

MASERU – THE Ministry of Small Businesses has granted wool and mohair brokerage licences to five companies, Minister Chalane Phori told a press conference yesterday. Phori said the interviews for

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Court Martial president fumes

MASERU – Court Martial President, Brigadier Mabote Sekoboto, on Tuesday threatened to charge three senior lawyers for contempt of court after they failed to appear in court. Advocates Karabo Mohau

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Vumbukani resigns

MASERU – Standard Lesotho Bank boss, Mpho Vumbukani, has resigned. In a statement released yesterday, Standard Lesotho Bank board of directors said Vumbukani’s resignation will be effective from September 30.

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Varsity wants students to be part of Fourth Industrial Revolution

MASERU – Limkokwing University of Creative Technology says its new crop of students to be ready to play their part in driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This was said at

No work, no pay for striking teachers

MASERU – THE government yesterday threatened to implement a punitive “no work, no pay” policy after teachers embarked on a fresh strike this week. The chairman of the ministers’ subcommittee

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Lawyer, prison warders clash in court

MASERU -THERE was drama in the High Court on Tuesday when a defence lawyer in the Lieutenant General Maaparankoe Mahao murder case exchanged harsh words with prison warders. Tempers flared

A rising star of broadcasting

MASERU – Having defied a debilitating motor neuron disease that left him unable to walk or talk without aid to emerge as one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists in

Fear grips Matsieng villages

… as gunmen mow down five in retaliatory attacks… MASERU – FAMO-RELATED killings are nothing new in parts of Lesotho. But some are now worried that, like a veld fire,

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Austria, here we come!

ROMA – THREE National University of Lesotho (NUL) Sustainable Energy Masters students have impressed international donors and scooped scholarships to an Austrian university. The Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in

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Knives out for Rantšo

MASERU – A Reformed Congress of Lesotho (RCL) youth league leader has accused her boss, Keketso Rantšo, of openly violating the party’s constitution in an attempt to cement her grip