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Family feud blocks burial

MASERU – FIVE months after his death, Hoohlo-Tšoeu Lechalaba’s body still lies in the mortuary as his family haggles over where he should be buried. The 22-year-old Lechalaba died in

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The business beads

MASERU – WHAT was regarded as a hobby by some is turning into a source of livelihood for ’Maboikano Makhasane, who is making strides towards becoming the country’s next fashion

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21 Lesotho Freight workers to lose jobs

MASERU – NEARLY half of Lesotho Freight Bus Services workers are set to lose their jobs at the end of the month as the government owned firm battles financial problems.

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Evaluation of the board’s performance

It has now become commonplace for boards to carry out annual board evaluations. A requirement for the board to evaluate its performance is now a key component in nearly every

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LNOC receives M8m for African Games

MASERU – The government of Lesotho has finally released money for Team Lesotho’s preparations for the 2019 African Games. The continental games are scheduled to begin on Monday in Rabat,

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Lioli unveil 14 new players

TEYA-TEYANENG – Econet Premier League giants Lioli unveiled 14 new players for the 2019/20 season during a club “expo” at the Lioli Stadium in Teya-Teyaneng last Saturday. The expo also

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Bantu search for new coach

MASERU – The fairy-tale marriage between Bantu and James Madidilane is over after Madidilane tendered his resignation as coach last week. After spending three successful years in Mafeteng, the South

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‘We’ll bounce back’

MASERU – Lesotho champions Matlama have a mountain to climb if they are to progress to the next round of the CAF Champions League after a crushing 2-0 loss to

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Notši picks squad for Ethiopia clash

MASERU – Lesotho caretaker coach, Leslie Notši, has called up a 22-man squad for next month’s 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Ethiopia. The first leg will be on September

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Basotho warned to avoid Harrismith

MASERU – BASOTHO travelling to South Africa should avoid Harrismith because of violent protests there, a senior diplomat has warned. ’Mamotsie Motsie, a consular official based in Durban, said a