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Stick to your LeChina

SMALL Businesses Minister, Chalane Phori, is throwing tantrums after his Chinese partners lost the Mpilo Boulevard tender. This week he confirmed running to the State House, hands over head, to

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Secker blames player power

MASERU-Former Lioli head coach Thabile Secker has explained why his adventure at ‘Tse Nala’ was cut short with the Econet Premier League season only three months old. Secker joined the

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Bantu drop points

MASERU-Bantu dropped points for the first time this season in the Econet Premier League in a 1-1 draw with champions Matlama on Sunday at Setsoto Stadium. The much anticipated clash

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Kalake rallies team-mates

MASERU-Likuena star midfielder Hlompho Kalake has called on his teammates to be fearless ahead of the back-to-back 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers against Sierra Leone and Nigeria. The

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Lesotho to host table tennis championship

MASERU-The Lesotho Table Tennis Association (LeTTA) has been tasked with hosting the 2019 Region 5 Table Tennis Championship in preparation for the 2020 AUSC Region 5 Youth Games to be

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Liphakoe back coach

MASERU-Liphakoe’s executive committee say they have no intentions of sacking head coach Thabo Tsutsulupa despite the side’s disastrous start to the Econet Premier League season. Liphakoe are languishing at the

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Fresh push for development bank in Lesotho

MASERU-THE absence of a development bank is seriously inhibiting access to finance for Small Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMES) in the country. It is also stalling economic growth as SMMES

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BEDCO powers business dreams

MASERU-DO you dream of starting or taking your company to greater heights? Are you a young person under 35 or a woman under 40? The Basotho Enterprise Development Corporation (BEDCO)

Moleleki pleads for peace

MASERU-NESTLED on the border between Mafeteng and Mohale’s Hoek district is Taung, a rugged desert-like settlement about 120km south of the capital Maseru. Under the scorching November heat, there is

‘You are dancing in borrowed shoes’

MASERU-DEPUTY Prime Minister Monyane Moleleki says Movement for Economic Change (MEC) leader Selibe Mochoboroane is “dancing with shoes that don’t belong to him”. Moleleki last weekend accused Mochoboroane of stealing