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Sello’s Arrows move collapses

MASERU-Likuena and Bantu defender Bokang Sello is back in the country after a move to South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) outfit Golden Arrows failed to materialise, despite Bantu announcing

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Li Chun and Communist literature

What literature does in any given field is to offer the audience the sense of perspective needed to make the right judgement when dealing with any issue pertinent to the

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Is this pay-back time?

IT would appear that Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro is hell-bent on making bad decisions and carrying on the legacy of his leader Thomas Thabane. What is ironic is that Majoro

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May the Lord protect Lesotho and Basotho

Less than two weeks into the new year and we are already missing 2020! Oh, how naïve we were last year, making jokes about how 2020 should end so that

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The right call

THE decision by Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro to impose a total lockdown is coming four weeks late after the proverbial horses have bolted.Late as it is, we however think it

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Navigating Cameroun – Conclusion

Back in 1980 I was working in Sokoto in north-west Nigeria and together with two British friends, Ed and Hilary, decided to take a holiday over Christmas in northern Cameroun.


The future is what you make it

MASERU ELIZA Matšumunyane’s face lights up when she talks about her shares in Sekhametsi Investment Consortium (SMIC).“I made the investment by chance. Maybe it was luck,” Matšumunyane says.Yet she will


Navigating Cameroun – Part 2

I REALLY do want to get on to tryingto convey how wonderful Cameroun is /could be as a tourist destination, but itwould be unethical to do so without firstgiving some


Thabane plots Majoro ouster

MASERU-FORMER Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s attempt to oust Moeketsi Majoro as premier has suffered a massive blow.This after the All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s national executive committee voted against his proposal


Nurses plead for help

MASERU-THE Lesotho Nurses Association (LNA) says the Covid-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc among health professionals with at least 50 workers being infected with the virus. In a statement on Tuesday,