Talking to your electrical devices

ROMA-THERE is an app that allows you to “talk” to all your electronic and electrical home devices such as fridges, kettles, heaters and so on using internet. In fact, it

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Street vendors fear the worst

MASERU-STREET vendors are worried that a fresh lockdown which kicked off last night will finally knock them out business.Tšolo Lebitsa, who is the chairman of the vendors association Khathang Tema

LOIC on verge of collapse

MASERU-THE Lesotho Opportunities Industrialisation Centre (LOIC), a vocational training school, is on the verge of collapse after the government withdrew its support. The Ministry of Small Businesses’ principal secretary, Tankiso

Dr Monyake: go well gentle giant

MAFETENG-SOCIAL media was abuzz as tributes poured in for Dr Moletsane Monyake, who succumbed to Covid-19 on January 6. He was 36.Dr Monyake was treated at Thetsane hospital after showing

The business of wigs

MASERU-WHEN Tlalane Mokhesi graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics degree from the National University of Lesotho (NUL) in 2019, she already knew that jobs weren’t easy to find.Hence,

Big dreams

MASERU-For many women taking care of orphaned children, life is a struggle. They often hardly have enough to feed themselves, let alone provide for the orphans left under their care.Touched

Private sector gives thumbs up to new lockdown

MASERU-THE private sector has given a thumb’s up to Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro’s decision to impose a total lockdown to arrest the spread of Covid-19 but wants support for the

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Matsoso wins new contract in US

MASERU-Lesotho international Napo Matsoso is set to remain at his United States club, Louisville City, beyond the 2021 season after agreeing to a new multi-year contract on Monday. Matsoso had

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Football mourns Lebaka

MASERU-The football fraternity is mourning the passing of esteemed former Lesotho referee and instructor Rethusitsoe Lebaka who died last weekend after a short illness. The news of Lebaka’s death comes

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Pheta says will not attend hearing

MASERU-Lesotho Amateur Athletes Association (LAAA) vice president Tšeliso Pheta says he will not attend a disciplinary hearing he has been summoned to on February 9. Pheta said the LAAA president,