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No more cheers for shebeen queen

MAFETENG-Shebeen queen, Mookho Taleng’s is distraught when she looks at her four children. She has nothing to put on the table for them, and the situation seems to be getting

Opinions

Quality assurance: whose quality?

Lesotho sees higher education as critical to socio-economic growth. It also sees higher education as critical if a country is to be competitive in an increasingly globalised knowledge society. It

Sports

Premier league to wait for nod from government

MASERU-The Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) says it is relying on the government to indicate when sports can resume before a decision can be made on the return of the

Sports

Lioli mourns Tshabalala

MASERU-Lioli Football Club is mourning the untimely death of head coach Thomas Tshabalala who died on Sunday.Lioli president Lebohang Thotanyana took to social media on Sunday to announce Tshabalala’s death

Sports

Why Mehalalitoe were hammered

MASERU-Lesotho national women’s captain, Senate Letsie, has opened up about Mehalalitoe’s disastrous campaign in the 2020 COSAFA Women’s Championship last month where Lesotho lost all their games with heavy scores.

Sports

We’ll not sink, says Swallows boss

MASERU-Swallows head coach Mahlomola Moea says he is not worried about the club’s poor start to the season and he insists it is too early to be thinking about any

Insight

Political patronage

Had a brief walk with a retired nurse and we had a talk about her past on that walk. It was a normal conversation about abnormal times, a discussion on

Insight

Brave recklessness will lead to our demise

The Disney franchise may seem like a weird place for an adult such as myself to look for life advice but what can I say? It seems to be working

Comment

Extension is the right call

PRIME Minister Moeketsi Majoro last night extended by a week a lockdown which came into force two weeks ago to stop the spread of Covid-19.That decision was a no-brainer. The

Insight

Away in the manger – Part 1

Before I get down to this week’s business, some of you may be wondering was there a moral to last week’s story, “The tale of a pipe and a dog.”