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Student ‘exposes’ laxity at ports of entry

MASERU – A Mosotho woman studying in China who entered Lesotho without being tested for the coronavirus says the government’s bungling in dealing with the disease could have dire consequences. Kolojane

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M16.3m ‘war chest’ to fight virus

MASERU – HEALTH Minister Nkaku Kabi wants Cabinet to authorise a M16.3 million “war chest” to prepare the country for an outbreak of the coronavirus, thepost heard this week. Kabi said


Textile unions pile pressure on Rantšo

MASERU – TEXTILE unions this week demanded that Prime Minister Thomas Thabane should fire Labour Minister Keketso Rantšo whom they blamed for the poor wages in the textile sector. The unions


Parliament working on new cannabis regulations

MASERU – PARLIAMENT is working on the Drugs of Abuse (Cannabis) Regulations 2019 that will regulate and manage the cultivation as well as the manufacturing of medical cannabis products. The chairman

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Fresh trotuble rocks AD

MASERU – THE Alliance of Democrats (AD), the second biggest party in the coalition government, is a house on fire. This after 20 constituencies wrote to the party’s National Executive Committee


Road Fund donates groceries to students

MASERU – IN a bid to fight poverty, the Road Fund this week donated groceries to 20 vulnerable students at Thaba-Bosiu Primary School. School uniforms and bags were also among the

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Big blow for Thabane

MASERU – A High Court judge on Tuesday delivered a massive blow against Prime Minister Thomas Thabane when he nullified the premier’s attempt to suspend Police Commissioner Holomo Molibeli. Justice Molefi


Thabane plots new deal

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane is allegedly cobbling a new coalition government that will include former Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing. This has triggered fears that Thabane might have had


Step up Covid-19 efforts

WE note the statements issued this week by the Ministry of Health over the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus. With the virus now on our doorstep in South Africa, the


‘Listen to me, dammit’

Don’t be alarmed, readers, the title isn’t me talking, but an imaginary character, male or female, who wants to hold forth and who isn’t prepared to listen to what anyone