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The rise of Botho University

MASERU – FROM humble beginnings to steady growth, Botho University is transforming from being a lecturer centred learning to learner centred tutoring. This was said during a stakeholders’ network meeting in

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Tšosane villagers take on MCC

MASERU – RESIDENTS of Ha-Tšosane this week faced off with the Maseru City Council (MCC) before a parliamentary committee, as they up pressure to force the local authority to relocate a

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Illegal guns wreak havoc

…Magistrates shocked by murder cases… MASERU –THE Magistrates Court is gravely worried about the high number of murder cases in its books, the court’s information officer, ‘Mampota Phakoe, said on

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Matete’s midas touch

ROMA – NKAU Matete, the former Metropolitan Lesotho Managing Director, played a significant role in the advancement of the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub. Matete and Metropolitan Lesotho have

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The clinic that never works

MASERU – A CLINIC in the constituency of Health Minister Nkaku Kabi in Qeme is one of the most unreliable and villagers are demanding action. ’Matumeliso Phakoe was elated in April

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Cable thieves caged

MASERU – TWO men have been sentenced to 10 years in prison or a fine of M10 000 each for stealing Lesotho Electricity Company (LEC) cables. Lekhanya Khemane and Mabote Mokhabela

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Young doctor fights for licence

MASERU – A newly graduated doctor is in a nasty fight with the Lesotho Medical, Dental and Pharmacy Council (LMDPC) over his right to practice in Lesotho. Retšelisitsoe Nkhasi, who graduated

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Anger over new wool rules

…Farmers accuse Phori of rehashing hostile regulations…. MASERU– FARMERS are bracing for Round Two of their grueling and long-drawn battle with Small Businesses Minister, Chalane Phori. Phori is on collision

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Blow for PM’s power motion

MASERU – THE opposition’s motion to clip the prime minister’s power suffered a major blow on Monday after civic group successfully called for its withdrawal. The Development for Peace Education (DPE)

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Detained soldiers fight for bail

MASERU – A graveling ill soldier facing murder charges is fighting for bail to seek treatment in South Africa. His co-accused is pleading with the court to grant him bail so