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The Far East and poaching in Africa

Lions once roamed the entire breadth of the globe, then humans arrived and the king of the jungle began to fade off the face of the globe. The advent of

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threat of extinction for Medical plants

Medicinal plants are globally valuable sources of new drugs. Some top prescription drugs are based on natural sources. Furthermore, a greater percentage of people in developing countries are totally dependent

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Lesotho needs to invest in quality assets

My friend, Ts’epang Ledia, has so many funny stories about his childhood. The funniest of them all are stories of his primary school days at St James Primary School. There

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Legal troubles mount for Thabane

According to the latest evidence presented to the courts of law it is clear that the Police Commissioner Holomo Molibeli is being forced to go on leave because the Lesotho

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Very damaging allegations

PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane’s decision to send Police Commissioner Holomo Molibeli on forced leave has now triggered a spate of allegations that are extremely damaging to the Premier. In a

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An accountant and a crocodile

Continuation-“What happened next? As I said, the police were there, heavily armed. One of them came over to consult with the Vice-Chancellor, and showed off his rifle. But I guess


Police boss sent on forced leave

MASERU – POLICE Commissioner Holomo Molibeli has been sent on forced leave in what is seen as a sure sign that he is about to be removed, thepost can reveal.


EFF spreads wings to Lesotho

MASERU – SOUTH Africa’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party is spreading its wings to Lesotho as part of its broader programme to push a pan-Africanist agenda. The ‘Red berets’ are


Mob attacks man for neglecting sickly wife

MASERU – POLICE dispersed an angry mob of Ha Thetsane villagers who tried to kill a man they accused of neglecting his gravely sick wife until she died. The mob


Herdboy pushed down cliff to his death

MASERU – A 27-year-old Quthing man died after he was allegedly pushed down a precipice by two men during the festive holidays. Taba Mpuse’s killers allegedly confessed during an interrogation