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The truth with a mask

It is the word of the author of the moment in literary and all other terms that defines the present and cultivates the thought patterns of the future that will

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Are we truly free?

Last Sunday I woke up with a heavy heart. I looked around my house and everything was imported. I checked my wardrobe and everything I wear was imported, yet it

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A harvest of thorns

Last Sunday Lesotho celebrated 54 years of regaining independence from Britain. It is important to underline the word “regain” because Lesotho was once an independent country until 1870 when King

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Banting’s legacy: the story of a fat man

A lady from the back seat of a taxi called out loudly to the driver, “ke ea theoha moo Koporasi”, indicating that she will be getting off at the next

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Give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar

If a rat falls into a bag full of dagga (mokotla oa matekoane), when it finally escapes the maze of the dagga leaves, it will come out roaring like a

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A vicious assault on basic freedoms

THE decision by the Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA) to introduce a new set of regulations to control social media content could mark the beginning of a calculated assault on our

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Driving across the Sahara – Part 4

Before I set out once more across the lone and level sands I should alert my loyal readers (and long-suffering editor) to what I shall be up to next week.

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MPs plot to topple Majoro

MASERU-PRIME Minister Moeketsi Majoro could face a vote-of-no-confidence when Parliament re-opens next week, thepost can reveal.At least 34 disgruntled MPs are said to have ganged up with the opposition to

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Soldiers want two judges out

MASERU-DETAINED soldiers and police officers who are facing treason and murder charges have filed an urgent application in the High Court to block two judges from hearing their cases. The

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Lesotho to reopen borders

MASERU-THE government of Lesotho is re-opening five commercial borders today six months after it imposed a stringent lockdown to stop the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro