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Lesotho’s diplomatic boob

MASERU – A diplomatic storm has erupted after Lesotho abruptly broke ranks with SADC and the African Union (AU) by backing Morocco in its dispute with Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic

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Attorney quizzes top soldier

MASERU – A prosecutor in the Court Martial, Attorney Koili Ndebele, says Major Pitso Ramoepane must explain why he delayed to seek the High Court’s permission to appeal its judgment.

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Drama at leaders’ forum

MASERU – TEMPERS flared at the National Leaders Forum yesterday as opposition politicians objected to Lefu Manyokole officiating at the meeting. Manyokole who is a Principal Secretary in the Cabinet

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Hospital holds expo at mall

MASERU – THE Maluti Seventh Day Adventist Hospital held a three-day health expo at Pioneer Mall this week. Nurses and doctors from the hospital tested, diagnosed, treated and advised hundreds

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New bid to disband MCC tender panel

MASERU – THE government is making moves to disband the Maseru City Council (MCC) tender panel barely a week it was reinstated by a High Court order. Last week the

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Majoro wants innovative ways to boost revenue

MASERU – FINANCE Minister Dr Moeketsi Majoro yesterday said it is critical for the Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) to come up with dynamic, innovative ideas to address challenges like unemployment.

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Slowdown hits vendors

MASERU – It is lunchtime and vendors with bucketfuls of fat cakes, Russian sausages, fruits and drinks line food stalls in Maseru waiting for buyers. But very few are coming.

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Drought bites in Mafeteng

MASERU – ORDINARILY, the women, men and children gathered at the grounds of Mafeteng District Council would be in their fields as hard work and joy greets the start of

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Mochoboroane wants PS grilled

MASERU – THE Movement for Economic Change (MEC) leader, Selibe Mochoboroane, wants the principal secretary for the Ministry of Education taken to task over how they handled the teachers’ strike.

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Ministers caught in army jobs storm

MASERU – TWO cabinet ministers have been caught in an embarrassing jobs storm after they were accused of using their political weight to push for the recruitment of their supporters