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Poor SACU revenues hobble economy

MASERU – SLUGGISH economic performance highlighted by declining Gross Domestic Product (GDP), unstable border revenues and gender inequality are threatening Lesotho’s regional competitiveness, according to latest figures released by the Bureau

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Victory for teachers

MASERU – TEACHERS and the government have struck a deal to avert a strike that had been planned to start today. The agreement, a three-page document with 11 decisions, was signed

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Chief Justice suspended

MASERU – CHIEF Justice Nthomeng Majara has been suspended with effect from today. She is however yet to receive her suspension letter as she is out of the country on official

Sports

League fixtures released

……………Bantu begin title defence against Sefotha-fotha………. MASERU – The Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) has released the fixtures for the 2018/19 Econet Premier League season and champions Bantu start their title

Sports

Rolling back good times for LDF

MASERU – For those who may not remember, there was a time when the Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) were unquestionably the best team in Lesotho. Armed with the country’s finest players,

Sports

Matlama elections set for August 26

MASERU – Matlama will hold their executive elections on August 26, the club has confirmed. Two weekends ago Matlama’s elections were postponed for a second time after the club’s management

Sports

Econet launches Soccer Spectacular

MASERU – Lesotho football fans have a new tournament to look forward to after the Econet Soccer Spectacular was launched on Tuesday. The new showpiece was unveiled by the Premier League

Business

Raising finance for your business

Trying to raise finance for your business can be a challenge especially during tough economic times. However if you want your business to expand from its current level you need

Business

No ceasefire in wool war

MASERU – THERE appears to be no prospects of a “ceasefire” in the wool and mohair war between farmers and the government. The farmers are adamant that they will continue to

Local News

‘Loose laws harming tourism’

MASERU – THE Lesotho Tourism Development Corporation (LTDC) has told the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) this week that the country is losing millions of maloti because of ‘loose’ laws governing the