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Move to block conference

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane has moved to block a special conference called by a faction of his All Basotho Convention (ABC) led by Professor Nqosa Mahao. The conference, which

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MP wants Thabane out

MASERU – OVER the last five months, Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has squandered the goodwill and respect he commanded within his own party and the only option left for him now

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Farmers pile pressure on Thabane

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane’s three-month grace period for wool and mohair farmers to sell their produce wherever they want has been described as a farce by some farmers. Wool

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BNP annual conference challenged

MASERU – THE Basotho National Party (BNP)’s Qacha’s Nek constituency deputy chairman and six others want to block the party’s annual conference slated for July 12 to 14. In an urgent

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Nedbank launches Money App Africa

MASERU – NEDBANK Lesotho has launched a mobile banking platform that offers clients an intimate interaction with services. Money App Africa, launched on Monday, is another step by the bank towards

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Potato association on charm offensive

MASERU – Co-op Lesotho and the Potato Lesotho Association (PLA) are on a charm offensive to convince Lesotho’s farmers that they have what it takes to satisfy the local market and

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Board committees and their functions

The other committees that the board of directors delegates its oversight roles are the Risk Committee and the Governance and Compliance Committee. I will discuss the functions of these committees

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Road works on schedule, says Directorate

MASERU- THE Roads Directorate says the maintenance of the 46.3 kilometers of the A2 road from Mafeteng to Mohale’s Hoek is on schedule. In a press statement yesterday, the Roads Directorate

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The herbal quick fix

MASERU – Wearing a pair of dirty blue jeans and safety shoes and operating from a shack, Thabang Matsoso could easily pass for one of the vagabonds in Maseru’s streets. But

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Restructure NMDS, say youths

MASERU – DISGRUNTLED youths marched to Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s offices on Monday demanding the restructuring of the National Manpower Development Secretariat (NMDS). This followed an announcement by the Minister of