Posts From Lipholo Pheko

News

When harlots hit the streets

It was good to see opposition leaders clad in tattered blankets march with the wool farmers. But even as the opposition leaders were mingling and bum-jiving with the farmers Muckraker

Local News

In defence of Basotho culture

MASERU – IN the name of Basotho ancestors and Catholic saints, Lesotho shall rise – that is according to the doctrine of one man fighting to rule the country someday. A

News

First Lady’s Office fails to pay suppliers

MASERU – THE Office of the First Lady has failed to pay some businesspeople who provided services during the Twelfth Stop Cervical, Breast and Prostate Cancer in Africa (SCCA) conference a

Sports

Mehalalitoe to miss Cosafa championship

MASERU- Lesotho’s national women’s team, Mehalalitoe, will not take part in this year’s COSAFA Women’s Championship which will be staged in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, from July 31 to August 11.

Sports

Tjoka sues over suspension

MASERU- Leading Lesotho distance runner ‘Mamoroallo Tjoka has filed a lawsuit in the High Court of Lesotho against the Lesotho National Olympic Committee (LNOC), Regional Anti-Doping Organisation Lesotho, Lesotho Amateur Athletics

Sports

Rugby family in mourning

MASERU – The tragic deaths of five junior Mabote Beavers rugby players last weekend have hit their families and the local rugby family very hard. The five Under-16 girls lost their

Sports

Chess Federation moves to ‘catch them young’

MASERU – The Chess Federation of Lesotho (CFL) held its annual Junior Chess Championship last Saturday in Maseru where over 60 hopeful contestants showed up to compete in different age group

Sports

Lioli capture Secker

MASERU – Econet Premier League giants Lioli have announced the appointment of former Matlama mentor Thabile Secker as head coach on a two-year deal. ‘Tse Nala’ made the announcement yesterday. Secker’s

Muckracker

Get me a Sugar Daddy now!

THE highlight of Uncle Tom’s press conference this week was his chitchat about sugar daddies whom he said should not run after young girls. He said old men should charm

Insight

Debunking colonial education

It was years ago when one learnt of the danger of using dog ears to mark a page. The reality is that this method of marking pages is harmful to