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LVA unveils strategic plan

MASERU – The Lesotho Volleyball Association (LVA) on Sunday presented their financial regulations and the strategic plan to be used for the next four years.Both documents were adopted by the

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Matlama throw title race wide open

MASERU – Matlama stunned champions Bantu 2-0 on Sunday to throw the Vodacom Premier League title race open again.What a difference one match can make.Just last week Bantu appeared to

Sports

Likuena, Eswatini square off

MASERU – Lesotho will kick-off this year’s COSAFA Cup tournament when they face Eswatini on July 6 at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.The match will

Sports

Bantu to discipline urinating fan

MASERU – Vodacom Premier League champions Bantu say they will take disciplinary action against a fan who was seen urinating in the goalposts Matlama were about to attack in the

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LEFA, PLMC clash over players

MASERU – The Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) and Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) are fighting over players.On Monday, Likuena players went into a bio-bubble camp at LEFA’s Bambatha Tšita Sports

Muckracker

A drunk Ministry

Muckraker has always had a crush on Advocate Molati. Not for his apparent handsomeness but because he has a good head over his shoulders.Dull men are a serious turn-off. Often,

Muckracker

Go tell that to the mountain

At least Mothae admitted that he bought the duty-free alcohol. Local Government Minister Moramotse who has been named in the scandal went for the jugular.He said he will not discuss

Insight

A big day for Lesotho’s children

Last week marked a historic day for Basotho children and adolescents, and children across the African continent. On this day, the African Union and the Government of Lesotho officially welcomed

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The Arrow of God

Chinua Achebe the great African author from Nigeria who died on March 21, 2013 in Boston, United States, at the age of 82 is often referred to as “the doyen

Insight

A bunch of flip-floppers

Flip-flopping in politics can be deadly for politicians. Just ask Temeki Tšolo about the energy contract with Fraser or Lesego Makgothi and Motsoahae Thabane about Western Sahara. Changing your stance