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Bantu maintains unbeaten run

MASERU – Log leaders Bantu maintained their unbeaten run in the Econet Premier League with a 1-1 draw against Matlama on Sunday and they are looking to extend that record

Sports

Carving a niche in a man’s game

MASERU – For most people Sundays are reserved for church and are a day when people gather at their various places of worship to give praise, thanks and ask for

Sports

Cricket squad named

MASERU – Lesotho national cricket coach Theko Mohloai has named a provisional 30-man squad to represent Lesotho at the Africa C World Cup qualifiers that will take place in May

Sports

Econet to host Golf Day

MASERU – Econet Telecom Lesotho (ETL) will hold its second Annual Econet Golf Day on March 21. About 16 teams will compete in the event and each will have four

Sports

Matlama, Bantu to clash in MGC Top 4

MASERU – Rivals Matlama and Bantu have drawn each other in the MGC Top 4 set to be played on March 14 while Linare will play Lifofane in the other

Business

Approaches to budgeting

Budgeting is very essential for every business to enable it to plan and track its performance. There are two approaches to prepare a budget and each of these approaches has

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UN warns of poor harvests

MASERU – LESOTHO could be headed for another round of hunger despite recent rains, says United Nations Resident Coordinator, Salvator Niyonzima, adding that the 2020 harvest doesn’t look promising. The rains

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Discharged soldier fights for his dues

MASERU – A SOLDIER who was discharged for the 1998 mutiny is suing the Lesotho army commander after he refused to pay his gratuity and leave days. Ex-Corporal Khoejane Makhele

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An unforgettable expo

ROMA – THE National University of Lesotho International Science, Technology and Innovation Conference and Expo (NULISTICE 2020) was so beautiful. First it was a Hackathon marathon in which more than

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The ‘vultures’ illegally selling land

MASERU – When he wanted to buy land to build himself a house Mohapi Tšoene*, 37, did what many people often do, approach the local chief for tips about who