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The best jokers in town

EVERY country has a permanent all-weather joke. It doesn’t have to be funny to gain national currency. Just a little selling and repeatedly telling it will thrust it into the


The business of writing

From the page to the eye, to the brain, to the mind, to the thought, to the hand, and back to the page again as written work to be read


‘She was an enemy who had come to steal’

Former communications minister Faith Muthambi can probably expect to be served with a notice reserved for implicated parties following testimony by long-serving public servant, Phumla Williams, at the State Capture


Limit role of politicians in reforms

The ruling class in this country i.e. politicians inside and outside the government is not suitably qualified to lead us in the reforms process. They lack conviction and motivation. This


Protect citizens from human trafficking

Those who watch the PAC will remember the heart wrenching story narrated by a Nigerian man named Peter regarding how he ended up in Lesotho. The man claimed he had


Deal with the carnage in factories

A FEW weeks after the coalition government bowed to pressure and awarded a massive salary hike for factory workers, it would appear that decision is coming back to haunt workers.


Mohair farmers face ‘financial Armageddon’

PORT ELIZABETH – It’s the peak season for mohair sales but there is despair for Basotho farmers. BKB’s 7 000 square meters warehouse in Port Elizabeth which is usually packed with

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Justice for Letsaba

MASERU – POLICE officer Tau Letšaba might have won his case at the Ombudsman but he is not going to get the position he is fighting for because it has already


Ombudsman goes after DCEO boss

MASERU – THE Ombudsman Leshele Thoahlane wants parliament to censure the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) boss Borotho Matsoso for refusing to implement his recommendation. Thoahlane also wants parliament


Breaking taboos

BUTHA-BOTHE – CONTRACEPTIVES might seem like taboo in a conservative country such as Lesotho. But for many young girls, they may be a lifesaver. At just 18, ’Makeisara Motake is a