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Mahao back at varsity

MASERU – FORMER National University of Lesotho (NUL) Vice-Chancellor, Professor Nqosa Mahao, is going back to his ‘humble beginnings”. From this month Prof Mahao will return to the NUL as

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Mahao camp vows to block conference

MASERU – A SPOKESMAN of the Professor Nqosa Mahao’s faction in the All Basotho Convention (ABC), Montoeli Masoetsa, says his group will block a conference called by their rivals for

Local News

My time at the NUL Innovation Hub

ROMA – BEING a developing country with around 50 percent of people living just above the poverty line, Lesotho has great ambition to improve its education system and to also

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Knitting her way to healing

MASERU – AS a lecturer at the Lesotho Agricultural College (LAC), ’Matumane Matela earned a good salary and had a roof over her head. Hers is supposed to be a

Comment

Break political stalemate

At the tail-end of 2019, High Court judge, Justice Tšeliso Monaphathi delivered an order that we thought was going to bring finality to a long-running leadership squabble in the All

Insight

A new beginning

The giraffe’s head is clear to see in the south-eastern sky at the hour we drifted into the New Year and the new decade. Many of us have made their

Insight

An accountant and a crocodile – a short story

“So,” said Jeff, “let’s lighten up. Time for a joke.” “As long,” groaned Thabo, a lecturer in Jurisprudence, “it’s not another lawyer joke.” Jeff passed him the bottle of Scotch.

Sports

Bantu on course for league title

MASERU – When Bob Mafoso was appointed Bantu coach at the beginning of the season it was a logical appointment simply because Mafoso had been at the club previously and

Sports

Back-to-school tourney set for next week

MASERU – The Annual Back-to-School Tournament aimed at collecting school essentials for under-privileged students is set to kick-off next week. The three-day tournament will feature basketball, netball and volleyball competitions.

Sports

Queen wins top US award

MASERU – Lesotho star Boitumelo Rabale has been named the National Junior College Women’s Soccer Player of the Year in the United States after an inspired 2019 season for Lewis