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Using data to transform your business

It’s amazing how much data we are creating all over the world from our smartphones, tablets, personal computers, and business computers. It is estimated that each minute we are generating


Teachers in fresh strike threat

MASERU – THE Lesotho Association of Teachers (LAT) has threatened to down tools again if the government fails to urgently address grievances tabled by teachers. The government has however warned that

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BEDCO to host Expo

MASERU – BASOTHO Enterprises Development Corporation (BEDCO) in collaboration with The Entrepreneurship Network (TEN) will host a 3rd expo at ‘Manthabiseng Convention Centre on the 19th to 23rd November this year.

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Set a polluter to catch a polluter

MASERU – SET a polluter to catch a polluter. This seems to be the strategy that has been adopted by the Maseru City Council (MCC) in a bid to keep the


Minister pleads with teachers

MASERU – EDUCATION Minister Ntoi Rapapa has asked teachers, who have announced a decision to go on strike, to exercise patience and give the government a chance to resolve their grievances.

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Crackdown on drinking and driving!

MASERU – MALUTI Mountain Brewery (MMB) last week donated road safety equipment to the Commissioner of Police Holomo Molibeli ahead of the Christmas holidays. The equipment includes 20 breathalyzers, 149 disposable

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Ramakatsa dies

MASERU – JAMES Ramakatsa, a famous famo musician widely known as Lampi, died at a hospital in South Africa last Friday. A relative who is also his mentor in music, famo


SA ministers on fire-fighting mission

MASERU – JUSTICE Dikgang Moseneke has appointed two South African ministers into the Disputes Resolutions Mechanism Committee as he steps up his bid to drive the reforms agenda. Mohamed Enver Surty,

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A Basotho-run textile company

ROMA – PAPALI Maqalika-Mokobori, a lecturer at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Department of Consumer Sciences, is doing what others dare only whisper in corridors. She is taking steps to


Why Africa remains poor

The first year of my undergraduate years was spent in a class full of students from other faculties and the subjects, ranging from logic (philosophy) to psycholinguistics, economics to political