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Monese qualifies for Rio

Lucia Phahla Maseru   Lesotho mountain bike rider Phetetso Monese is on his way to next month’s Rio Olympic Games in Brazil. Monese is the first ever cyclist from the

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Majoro won’t give up

Luciah Phahla Maseru Lesotho Under-20 coach Motlalepula Majoro is refusing to give up on his side’s 2017 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations qualifying hopes. On Sunday, the Makoanyane XI lost

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MPs grill ministers over service delivery

  MASERU WHEN ’Mamokoena Mafeka retired from the civil service in May last year, she had given virtually all her adult life in service to her nation. Mafeka joined the

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‘Mokose launches water management system

MASERU WATER Minister Ralechate ’Mokose launched Ecosystem Approach Framework for Integrated Water Resources Management in Lesotho yesterday. ’Mokose described what he launched as an integrated, stakeholders driven, scientific and adaptive

Business

‘Stop relying on Government tenders’

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU THE private sector should stop relying on government tenders but instead diversify its customer base, Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL) governor Retšelisitsoe Matlanyane has said. Speaking at

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Likatola gun for Malawi

Luciah Phahla Lesotho’s national rugby team, Likatola, are gunning for victory when they face Malawi on August 22 in the first-ever international meeting of the countries. The tie will take

Local News

Civic group slams general amnesty plan

Staff Reporter MASERU A civil society group, Transformation Resource Centre (TRC), wants the government to dump its plan to declare a general amnesty towards soldiers accused of human rights abuses.

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‘Teachers’ wrath misdirected’

Rose Moremoholo MASERU EDUCATION Minister Mahali Phamotse yesterday said the decision not to pay teachers in line with their new academic qualifications was not of her own making. Teachers from

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This is a reactionary intervention!

By Nkareng Letsie THE Consumer Protection Association (CPA) acknowledges that Lesotho should not be turned into a dumping zone for goods that are deemed unsafe for developed economies. However, we

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Basketball delegation back from Swaziland congress

Luciah Phahla Maseru Lesotho’s two-man delegation at last weekend’s FIBA Zone 6 general congress in Swaziland is happy with the progress and recommendations from the meeting. Lesotho’s delegation was made