Posts From Lipholo Pheko

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The road to prosperity

BUTHA-BUTHE-THIS is a village in which pregnant women have been walking long distances to deliver for years. This is the same village where people in Makhoakhoa and Likila still rely


Vaseline story nonsense, says lawyer

MASERU-DOUBLE murder accused Lehlohonolo Scott has disputed the police’s claim that he escaped from prison by smearing himself with Vaseline and then sliding out through the burglar bars on his

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Numbers don’t lie

……As uptake in local accommodation facilities remains low……….. MASERU-THE rate at which the local accommodation facilities graduate from being handheld or mentored into getting graded is not satisfactory according to

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The Sesothofication of language

ROMA-THE on-going study by the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Linguistics Masters student, Maky Letsie, was sparked by a whatsApp message from a friend (Refiloe Lephoi). Basotho, according to the


The middle finger

THE middle finger is one of the most powerful and offensive gestures in the world. It shows utter disgust. But many people don’t know how to do it with class


Why Africa remains poor

It is not a blue Monday that one sees on this fourth day of the month of February, the beginning of autumn and the end of summer. There is thick


Much more than the white coat

MANY people know that they can talk to their doctors or nurses about matters relating to their health but few know that pharmacists are also a great source of health


Hands off Letsatsi Ntsibolane

César Chávez, an American labour leader and civil rights activist, said: “Once social change begins, it cannot be reversed. You cannot uneducate the person who has learned to read. You


The education that works

THE secondary education curriculum should aim at helping students develop advanced technological, entrepreneurial, and vocational skills for the world of work. The curriculum should also help students to be able


ABC on the crossroads

THE result of the All Basotho Convention’s elective conference was nothing short of spectacular. It was an emphatic rejection of the previous national executive committee that has presided over probably