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Senong is doing something right

MASERU – It’s been almost two months since the Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) unveiled former South Africa Under-20 coach Thabo Senong as Likuena head coach. Senong was replacing Moses Maliehe

Business

How to determine and write critical success factors

In our previous discussion, I highlighted that a critical success factor (CSF) is that activity in an organisation which is very key to its success or that is key to

Business

Massive prizes from Lesotho Post Bank!

MASERU – IT pays to bank with Lesotho Post Bank. That proved true last Saturday when the bank disbursed about M500 000 worth of prizes to 35 individuals who have

Local News

Tlaitlai: No time for self-pity

MOHALE’S HOEK – BOUNCING back from the loss of one’s job is a feat far more difficult to manage than what your typical life coach or motivational speaker would have

Local News

More charges for Kamoli

MASERU – FORMER army boss Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli is facing more misery as the prosecution plans to slap him with additional charges. This was revealed by the crown counsel

Local News

Econet boosts Ecosure payouts

MASERU – ECONET in partnership with the Lesotho National Life Assurance Company launched an improved bouquet of Ecosure products yesterday. According to Dennis Plaatjies, the Econet CEO, the improved product

News

500 jobs under threat

MASERU – ABOUT 500 jobs are on the line at the Shining Century Limited after the Lesotho Electricity Company (LEC) last week cut power to the textile factory over a

Local News

Urban poverty bites in Mohale’s Hoek

MOHALE’S HOEK – IF you run away from poverty, it will sooner or later catch up with you and at that time you will be too tired to continue running

Local News

A journey back to the bottom

MAFETENG – BUSINESSMAN Benjamin Radiopelo Maphathe says he started from the bottom all the way to the top. But a car accident that left him confined to a wheelchair and

Local News

Ministry quizzed over stinky deal

MASERU – FAILURE to follow procurement regulations has stalled construction of M2.4 billion sporting facilities meant for use during the forthcoming 2020 African Union Region Five Youth Games. This emerged