Minister’s son flees

MASERU-THE son of former police minister Lehlohonolo Moramotse who is wanted for murder has skipped the country.Thabo Moramotse was out on bail.Moramotse was expected to appear in court in September


Frustrations run over

MOKHOTLONG-WHEN Hokinyana Maqhama and 20 other villagers started a fishery cooperative, their hopes were high that the government would help them with capital. Almost all of the cooperative’s members were


Meet Thuso, the NUL Chatbot

ROMA-HER name is Thuso.When you ask her a question, she listens to you, and then she gives you the right answer. She can also ask you a question too, so


Grab opportunities

MOKHOTLONG-PEOPLE in the Mokhotlong community should start planning on how to grab business opportunities that could come with the construction of Polihali Dam, an official has said.The construction of the

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Thato: a life well lived

EVERY war has heroes, people who give themselves for the survival of others. Without these heroes a war would consume everything and everyone in its destructive path. But because of


The battle to adapt

MASERU-AFTER months of remote learning for some and a complete break from school for those without access to the internet, many children are struggling to adapt as schools reopen.Lockdown measures


Therapeutic intervention

THABA-BOSIU-A long history of political, social and economic turmoil has left many Basotho severely traumatised and in need of healing, participants at a seminar on the trauma said this week.The


LNDC sets up new projects in Mafeteng

MAFETENG-The Lesotho National Development Corporation (LNDC) this week introduced three projects in Mafeteng that will likely spur development in the district. Those projects were property development and management, a development


From small beginnings, great things!

MASERU-BIRTHED in a classroom three years ago, Autovest Lesotho has emerged as a giant in the country’s car repair and maintenance industry.It has grown into the go-to-one-stop vehicle fitment shop


Private management for Setsoto Stadium

MASERU-Lesotho’s national stadium, Setsoto, is set to go under private management.For the past three years the stadium has been under the stewardship of the Lesotho Sport and Recreation Commission (LSRC)