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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

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Villagers endure hours of police torture

MASERU – SCORES of men in a Mafeteng village notorious for gun-related murders and other crimes claim they were tortured by the police during a raid last week. A police spokesman

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Kamoli faces foreign judges

MASERU – FORMER army boss, Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli, and several soldiers are set to have their day in court after they failed to stop the government from appointing foreign judges

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Top judge raps registrars

MASERU – HIGH Court judge, Tšeliso Monaphathi, has sent a stern warning to senior court officials who he says spend work hours basking on heaters. Justice Monaphathi said registrars at the

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‘Maseribane dares teachers’ union

MASERU – A nasty war of words has erupted between a minister and a spokesperson of teachers’ unions. The fall out which further illustrates the widening gulf between teachers and the

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A chronology of Justice Mahase’s mess

l February 13: Results of the ABC elective conference are challenged before Justice Mahase on an urgent basis but she postpones the case several times and fails to make a

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Chief Justice under fire

…Court of Appeal suggests disciplinary action MASERU – IN a scathing judgement yesterday, the Court of Appeal made a subtle suggestion that Acting Chief Justice ’Maseforo Mahase should face disciplinary action

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Metsing loses big funder

MASERU- IN a clear case of deepening trouble, the Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) has lost one of its major funders. Bothata Mahlala, the businessman some refer to as the LCD’s