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Lifofane to appoint foreign coach

MASERU-Lifofane general manager Letšolo Maliehe says the club is in advanced talks with a foreign coach to take over the team’s reins after the sudden departure of Bafokeng Mohapi. Mohapi

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Broke NAC missing targets

MASERU-THE National Aids Commission (NAC) is failing to deliver on its mandate, with programmes hampered by a crippling lack of funds despite Lesotho being one of the countries worst affected

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LEC loses computers to burglars

MASERU-LAPTOPS, cell phones and files with crucial information on audit have been stolen following a break in at the Lesotho Electricity Company (LEC). Energy Minister Professor Ntoi Rapapa told a

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Astute waste-paper pencil

ROMA-THEY may as well be the first to produce pencils, especially pencils from waste paper, in Lesotho. Tefo Koloko and Libuseng Visser, the two passionate National University of Lesotho (NUL)

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LRA, SACU launch Preferred Trader Programme

MASERU-THE Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA), in collaboration with the Southern African Customs Union (SACU), launched the Preferred Trader Programme (PTP) on Tuesday. They also awarded 10 local traders with accreditation

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Striking teachers want parents’ help

MASERU-TEACHERS’ trade unions have called on parents to intervene in their dispute with the government after attempts by the parties to find each other failed last year. Addressing a press

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Massive send-off for First Lady’s employee

MASERU-“GOODBYE Ntolo, we will meet in heaven.” This was the overarching theme as hundreds of people gathered to bid farewell to Ntolo Shoaepane-Mpeete, a well-known and staunch All Basotho Convention

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Fit, lean ‘machines’

… as wellness centres mushroom in Maseru…. MASERU-THE increased awareness on health issues has come as a boon for fitness and health centres. Being on a diet or healthy eating,

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Protesters blast Thabane

….Refuse to hand over petition to minister…. MASERU-ANGRY protesters yesterday refused to hand over a petition to Minister Leshoboro Mohlajoa arguing he did not understand English. Mohlajoa is a Minister

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MEC applauds ‘coalition partners’

MASERU-MOVEMENT for Economic Change (MEC) leader Selibe Mochoboroane has applauded coalition partners for pushing for Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s ouster from office. “I applaud them for standing up and telling