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LEFA, PLMC clash

MASERU-The Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) and Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) are on a collision course over the restart of the 2019/20 top-flight season. Last week the PLMC declared the

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Econet waits for official confirmation

MASERU-Econet Telecom Lesotho, the main sponsor of the Premier League, says it is yet to decide if it will pay out the full prize-money for this season.The Econet Premiership season

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Lioli release five key players

MASERU-Econet Premier League giants Lioli have released five players whose contracts expired on Tuesday. Although the club declined to reveal the players’ names, thepost has learnt two high-profile January signings,

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LEFA to receive M17m Covid-19 war chest

MASERU-The Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) has announced it is set to receive US$1 million (roughly M17 million) from FIFA as a relief fund for football in the country during the

New law to ease extradition process

MASERU-THE Senate yesterday passed a new law under a special sitting that will ease the fetching of crime suspects from foreign countries.The Fugitive Offenders (Amendment) Bill 2019 is now awaiting

Post Bank assists Covid-hit vendors

MASERU-THE Lesotho Post Bank (LPB) yesterday handed over M100 000 to an association of vendors, Khathang Tema Baitšokoli, who have been hit hard by Covid-19.Thousands of vendors are said to have

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M3 million equipment for wool & mohair project

MASERU-SOME farmers are not happy after the Wool and Mohair Promotion Project (WAMPP) bought M3 million equipment which they say is outdated. The equipment which was aimed at easing farmers’

Police ‘disrupt’ AD event

MASERU-THE police in Mokhotlong violently disrupted a gathering organised by the opposition Alliance of Democrats (AD) party in Bobatsi constituency last Friday. AD Secretary General Dr Mahali Phamotse told thepost

‘Damaged’ RCL to rebrand

MASERU-DAMAGED by months of bitter power struggles, the Reformed Congress of Lesotho (RCL) party now says it wants to embark on a massive rebranding exercise. The trouble however is that

Power to the people!

ROMA-THE first 30 units of electric power you buy for your household in Lesotho is less than half the price you pay for any units above 30.The idea is to