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Liberty boosts Kick4Life

  MASERU – Kick4Life and Liberty Life Lesotho launched a new three-year sponsorship deal on Wednesday at the club’s offices in Old Europa. The sponsorship is worth M180 000 over the

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The return of Notši

MASERU – THE Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) technical director Leslie Notši will take over as coach of the national team, Likuena, on a caretaker basis, the association announced on Wednesday.


Matlama’s date with fate

….Giants one win away from league title… MASERU – This weekend is one of the most important in the history of Matlama, Lesotho’s most successful club. Saturday is the final


‘I’m proud of my team’

…..Madidilane in defiant mood ahead of year-end clash…. MASERU – Bantu coach James Madidilane says he is proud of his team’s performance this season despite the likelihood of ‘A Matšo


Basketball play-offs to resume June

MASERU – The National Basketball League (NBL) championship play-offs will resume in June. The title-deciding playoffs have stalled and gone cold since a dispute arose two months ago between the


Top referees off to COSAFA

MASERU – Two Lesotho match officials, referee Lebalang Mokete and assistant referee Lesupi Puputla, will jet off to Durban, South Africa on Sunday where they will officiate at this year’s


Diesel, petrol prices up

MASERU – THE prices of petroleum products have gone up, with both grades of petrol shooting by 50 cents per litre, according to the Petroleum Fund Secretariat. The new prices


Post Bank shakes up small loans business

MASERU – THE Lesotho Post Bank will this week launch a mobile wallet application that gives customers access to small interest-free loans. Known as Khetsi, the application allows users to

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From pillar to post

MASERU – THE government is not shifting an inch in its battle with wool and mohair farmers, thepost heard this week. Despite the High Court ruling that the Agricultural Marketing


SA firm accused of buying ‘blood mohair’

MASERU – THE Lesotho Wool and Mohair Growers Association (LWMGA) has accused a South African company of buying “blood mohair” after the firm purchased the mohair outside the normal auction