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Phats’oane off to Madagascar

MASERU – Lesotho’s experienced FIFA assistant referee, Souru Phatšoane, has left the country to take charge of this weekend’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier between Madagascar and Senegal. The

Sports

‘There is life after Moshoeshoe’

MASERU – Econet Premier League outfit Liphakoe insist they can survive without departed star striker Setho Moshoeshoe. Moshoeshoe was a revelation for the Quthing club last season scoring 10 goals to

Business

BEDCO to host Business Expo

MASERU – THE Basotho Enterprises Development Corporation (BEDCO) says the Business Expo 2018 that begins tomorrow is meant to create access to markets for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). The

Business

Emotional intelligence: a necessary skill for a leader

Leadership is about influencing people. Leadership is a “business about people”, people with different emotions. To succeed in leadership you need more than Intelligent Quotient (IQ), you need Emotional Intelligence

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MP’s judgment set for today

MASERU – HIGH Court judge Justice Molefi Makara is today expected to deliver judgment in a case in which an MP, Likeleli Tampane, is challenging Parliament’s decision to discipline her. Tampane,

Local News

Mobile clinic for Ha-Ralikariki

MASERU – THE Ministry of Health launched a mobile clinic in Ha-Ralikariki on Tuesday. The clinic was provided by Jhpiego under a programme called Tsepo that is funded by the USAID

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No work, no pay for striking teachers

MASERU – No work, no pay. That is the blunt message Education Minister Ntoi Rapapa is now pushing as he seeks to break a four-week teachers’ strike. The teachers downed tools

Local News

Chief fights for compensation

Accuses Roads Directorate of using his land without permission……. MASERU – THE Ombudsman Leshele Thoahlane has asked Parliament to direct the Roads Directorate to compensate a village chief in Butha-Buthe for

Local News

The orchard Letsatsi planted

ROMA – THE competition involved 123 participants from 49 different countries in four continents. Out of all these, Letsatsi Lekhooa, a former National University of Lesotho (NUL) Mathematics and Computer Science

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Changing the mindset

MASERU – SHE is only in her mid-teens and serving a three-year sentence at the Juvenile Training Centre (JTC) in Maseru. Avoiding eye-contact with the audience of diplomats, ministers and a