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Mokhothu hopeful for great season

As Lioli clashes with Kick4Life…………….. MASERU – Lioli assistant coach Mosholi Mokhothu says ‘Tse Nala’ have to get off to a good start when they open their Econet Premier League season

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Likuena told to improve performance

MASERU – Lesotho coach Moses Maliehe says Likuena have to improve if they are to qualify for their first-ever international tournament. Maliehe was speaking in the wake of Lesotho’s 1-1 draw

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NBL season roars into life

MASERU  – When a new season begins, everyone is a champion – or so the saying goes. It is a time when all contenders start on equal footing, with similar odds

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Premier League referee laid to rest

MASERU – Veteran Lesotho Premier League referee Mohlolo Phomane was laid to rest in Ha Thetsane last Saturday in a sad farewell to the respected match official who was gunned down

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Lesotho maintains position in AFCON qualifiers

MASERU – Lesotho’s 1-1 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifying draw with Cape Verde on Sunday at Setsoto Stadium leaves Likuena where they were before the game kicked off –

School runs on empty

MASERU – BORIBENG High School has huge ambitions but lacks the means to achieve its full potential. One of its major problems is water, a basic human need that many take

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A lean organisation

THE global environment is changing at a faster rate. New companies that have sleek production processes or companies that provide better service are coming on the scene. An organisation that

Banks coming to Lesotho

MASERU – BRITISH magnate Aaron Banks, whose controversial dealings with Basotho National Party (BNP) leader Thesele ’Maseribane recently made international headlines, is said to be coming to Lesotho. ’Maseribane, who is

LCD activist demands M4 million

MASERU – A Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) activist is demanding M4 million in damages from Police Commissioner for alleged torture, unlawful arrest and kidnapping. Paseka Chele, popularly known as Mopapa,

Students threaten teacher with guns

MASERU – SOME pupils in Berea threatened their teachers with guns last week, forcing police to intervene in an incident highlighting how gun culture is pervading Lesotho’s schools. In stunning fashion,