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The roots of violence

Africans were not there when the decision to colonise their continent was made by the forces that be at that point in history (the 1880’s). They were not there when

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The HIV viral load

The health care system is faced with a challenge of HIV patients stopping their medication on the basis that “the prophet” declared them healed of HIV and they went for

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Tainted love

So I decided to stop running from the truth. I was ready to submit. Face my demons and surrender. Every day I woke up and I yearned for your touch

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MPs need training on etiquette

THE word honourable is an adjective used as a title for certain high officials who include Members of Parliament. The other words that are related to honourable include but are

Muckracker

When spin doctors keep spinning

FORGET the brouhaha over a salary review for teachers, soldiers, cops and spies. The people who deserve a salary increase are the dozens of spin doctors with the unenviable task

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The biggest scams in Lesotho

OVER the past few weeks South Africans have been attacking Nigerians blaming them for all kinds of illegal transactions such as selling drugs and promoting money scams. All this got

Sports

Senong ready for Zimbabwe

MASERU – Lesotho head coach Thabo Senong is confident good preparation will lead to a good performance against Zimbabwe in the sides’ pivotal 2020 African Nations Championships (CHAN) qualifier on

Sports

Lesotho Sky Race roars into life

MASERU – The ninth edition of the Lesotho Sky Race starts next week Monday at Roma Trading Post. The venue will be the start and the finishing point of the

Sports

Matlama, Bantu tie postponed

MASERU – The Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) has postponed Sunday’s much anticipated Econet Premier League showdown between champions Matlama and title rivals Bantu. The fixture is one of two

Sports

Early questions for Lioli

MASERU – It is a new Econet Premier League season but some things stay the same. On Sunday, Lesotho Correctional Service (LCS) maintained their hoodoo hold over Lioli with a