Lioli in turmoil

MASERU – It has been two months and two weeks since Lioli announced the resignation of Thabile Secker as head coach. The announcement was made on October 31, 2019 and Lioli


Ntšonyana back at Liphakoe

MASERU – New Liphakoe head coach Teele Ntšonyana has been tasked with keeping the club in the Econet Premier League and finishing in the top eight when the season ends. Ntšonyana


LDF boss gets 5-match ban

MASERU – Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) head coach Motheo Mohapi has been handed a five-match ban by the Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) for his role in LDF’s disruptive behaviour in


BEDCO re-launches business plan competition

MASERU – THE Basotho Enterprises Development Corporation (BEDCO) on Monday re-launched the Business Plan Competition (BCP) which was suspended late last year. The competition was suspended after the process was hijacked


BNP youths want Thabane out

MASERU – THE Basotho National Party (BNP) youth league says Prime Minister Thomas Thabane must step down because “we can’t be ruled by a crime suspect”. The BNP Youth League’s attack

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Plot to oust Thabane thickens

MASERU – FOR Prime Minister Thomas Thabane and his wife, these are troubled times and unrelenting vultures on the door are smelling blood. First Lady ’Maesaiah Thabane’s failure to present herself


Police quiz senior officials

MASERU – THREE senior government officials were this week summoned by the police to help with investigations into the circumstances surrounding the killing of Lipolelo Thabane. Lipolelo was Prime Minister Thomas


The daring radical

MASERU- IF there was any event that brought Motebang Koma into the international spotlight, it was his decision to file a daring motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Thomas Thabane


Key laptop stolen at Home Affairs

MASERU – A laptop with crucial information on a controversial contract to supply park homes to the Home Affairs Ministry has been stolen. The Office of the Auditor General confirmed to


Military precision in business

MASERU – CAN a stint in the military help instil the shrewdness required for strong business leadership? Retšelisitsoe Theko thinks so. And as a former soldier turned businessman, he should know.