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The cool Chinese cucumber

MASERU – AFTER searching for jobs in vain for years, two brothers from Ha-’Masana opted to go farming to survive. The Malataliana brothers, who are both university graduates, see their future

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Models to predict company failure

The failure of a number of big businesses in the last two decades has raised a lot of interest in trying to predict failure of businesses before they occur. As

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Top award for Standard Bank

MASERU – STANDARD Lesotho Bank scooped the highly coveted Bank of the Year Award 2019 at the awards dinner held last week in central London. The award was presented by

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Econet helps to God’s Love Centre

MASERU – ECONET Telecom Lesotho (ETL) has donated food items and mattresses worth M35 000 to God’s Love Centre, an orphanage in Sekamaneng. Speaking on behalf of chief executive of

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Post Bank launches fixed account

MASERU – LESOTHO Post Bank (LPB) on Monday launched a new investment account called Fupe fixed account. This account is redeemable and can be topped up anytime. LPB Head of

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How to tell if a business is likely to fail

Businesses don’t fail overnight. There are some tell-tale signs that your business might fail. Usually the signs of failure show up well in advance of the business entering a crisis

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Lesotho Post Bank rewards employees

MASERU – THE Lesotho Post Bank (LPB) last Saturday awarded its 50 employees certificates of appreciation at its end of the year party and award giving ceremony. There were 42 certificates

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Thabane to launch hemp project

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane is today expected to launch the Industrial Production and Processing of Hemp and Super-Foods project. This follows the signing off of the project by the Lesotho

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Why businesses fail

In my previous discussions on measuring performance of businesses, I indicated that both financial and non-financial indicators can reveal a lot about whether the business will survive into the future

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Mining firms strengthen ties

MASERU – Four mining companies strengthened their corporate ties by hosting a football tournament last Saturday. The tournament organised by Mothae Diamond Mine took place at Lesotho Defence Force (LDF)’s Mejametalana