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Minister, Limkokwing seal deal

MASERU-THE Minister of Small Businesses and Limkokwing University of Creative Technology yesterday inked a deal to develop, promote and enhance the small business sector. The memorandum of understanding is based

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LRA honors border agencies

MASERU-THE Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) has honoured its best performing border agencies, with the police working at Sani Top in Mokhotlong and Ramatšeliso at Qacha’s Nek border gates getting top

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Creativity: the entrepreneur’s tool

Eli Broad said, “Ideas, more than money, are the real currency for success….. People who just accept the status quo and conventional wisdom (don’t) make a difference in the world.

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It’s time to leap

MASERU – SOMETHING exciting is brewing at Econet Telecom Lesotho. For the past two months the company’s engineers have been installing a new state-of-the-art network whose capacity and capability is second

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Manage your time

If you need to be successful in life you need to be brutal about how you manage your time. Each one of us has been endowed by God with 24

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Wool farmers furious

MASERU-Basotho wool and mohair farmers are furious. This week a number of them started receiving what was said to be payment for their wool and mohair. The amounts range between

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Managing your future through scenario planning

As we embark on our future planning journey, it’s important that we take time to pick and analyse certain emerging trends which might impact adversely on our business although their

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Lesotho gets MCC nod

MASERU – LESOTHO has qualified to receive funds from the United States’ Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) after years of failure. Prime Minister Thomas Thabane received a letter from the MCC on

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Writing your 2019 story

“If you don’t know where you are going you might not get there” – Yogi Berra. Without goals, an organisation has no motivation to move forward. If at all, it

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Government debt bites financial sector

MASERU – THE government’s M1 billion debt to suppliers has started biting the financial sector. This is because companies owed by the government are struggling to repay their loans to