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Fertilizer crisis angers farmers

MASERU – The government’s decision to block the distribution of fertilizers to traders while selling to block farmers first has infuriated farmers across the country.In a memo issued on Monday,

The thrill of infidelity

MASERU – A DONKEY at a pumpkin farm, usually takes a single bite from each pumpkin without any care that it will leave them to rot.Basotho men are being associated

Toxic herbal mixtures

ROMA – SOME herbal mixtures already in the market today may be dangerous to our health, a new study published by scientists at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) has

Violent storm batters villagers

MOHALE’S HOEK – VILLAGERS are stranded in ’Malifatjana, Phamong, in Mohale’s Hoek after a strong windstorm blew away roofs, tore down walls and uprooted trees last week.At least eight families,

Man kills mom’s lover

QACHA’S NEK – Overcome with rage and jealous, a man from Ha-Hlapalimane in Qacha’s Nek murdered his mother’s lover in cold blood after finding him having a good time at

Terene gang member shot dead

MASERU – A senior member of the Terene famo music gang, Tsekiso Makate, was gunned down at his house in South Africa on Sunday, a day after he returned from

Police crush students’ protest at Limkokwing

MASERU – THE police violently thwarted a student protest over allowances at Limkokwing University of Creative Technology on Tuesday.It is illegal to demonstrate in the streets under current Covid-19 rules.Students

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We are sinking, say cross-border traders

MASERU – CROSS-BORDER traders say they are battling to stay afloat due to new demands brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.The traders are required to provide a PCR test at

Law Society backs Maqakachane

MASERU – A special conference called by the Law Society of Lesotho has thrown its weight behind its president, Advocate Tekane Maqakachane.The Council and some lawyers had demanded that Adv

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Row over football season

MASERU – The Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) and A-Division Management Committee (ADMACO) are at loggerheads over what to do with the football season.ADMACO feel they were sidelined by the