Business

Business 0 Comments

Majoro urges SMMEs to innovate

MASERU – PRIME Minister Moeketsi Majoro says Small Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) should innovate to be sustainable and continue to create jobs.Speaking at the 16th Public-Private Consultative Forum last

Business

M2.6 million equipment for Fokothi

MASERU-THE Lerotholi Polytechnic College this week received equipment worth M2.6 million from the government. The consignment includes 52 computers as well as an array of tourism and hospitality equipment to

Business

Vodacom launches bursary scheme

MASERU-VODACOM Lesotho yesterday launched a bursary programme, a new initiative aimed at empowering a new generation of Basotho with digital skills and capabilities. Through its corporate social investment, the company

Business

Leselihub offers shares to public

MASERU– A local billboard company, Leselihub, is issuing 150 000 shares to the public in an effort to raise M31 million before January next year.A share is going for M206.67.

Business

LAA wins prestigious award

MASERU -THE Land Administration Authority (LAA) is basking in glory after it won a prestigious Geographic Information System (GIS) SAG-Award at a function in Johannesburg last week. The award is

Business

Diaspora pumps in M4 billion

MASERU – BASOTHO in the diaspora are estimated to be remitting about M336 million every month, about M4 billion a year, to their families in Lesotho.That is according to a

Business

Econet, LNIG launch Ecosure Groups

MASERU – ECONET Telecom Lesotho in partnership with the Lesotho National Life Assurance Company (LNIG) launched Ecosure Groups yesterday.’Matikoe Letsie, the Ecosure general manager, said they will cover a minimum

Business

‘Vaccination will aid economic recovery’

MASERU – Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro says Lesotho’s economic recovery will only happen when the nation achieves full herd immunity.Majoro was speaking at the 15th private sector consultative forum on

Business

M10 million ‘war chest’ to help youths

MASERU – THE government is pumping M10 million into the Business Plan Competition (BPC) that will benefit 100 youth and women entrepreneurs.This follows a successful trial project launched in 2019

Business

We are sinking, say cross-border traders

MASERU – CROSS-BORDER traders say they are battling to stay afloat due to new demands brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.The traders are required to provide a PCR test at