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Standard Bank, DHL to facilitate imports from China

MASERU – STANDARD Lesotho Bank has partnered with DHL Lesotho to make it easier for Basotho to import products from China.The bank has introduced the Africa-China Agent Proposition (ACAP), a

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Vodacom Financial Service launches M-pesa App

MASERU – VODACOM Lesotho (VCL) Financial Service yesterday launched a new M-pesa App to enable customers to access services such as cash withdrawals, sending money, merchant payments, and buy airtime

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1 200 houses to be electrified in Butha-Buthe

BUTHA-BUTHE – ABOUT 1 200 households around the Belo Industralisation Project are set to have their houses connected to electricity, thanks to the World Bank.The World Bank funded the project

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Majoro pushes for urgent reforms

MASERU – PRIME Minister Moeketsi Majoro says Lesotho should speed up reforms to attract both local and foreign investors who are urgently needed to revive the economy and create jobs.Majoro

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Golden eggs

QACHA’S NEK– THERE are business opportunities for companies to establish a fully integrated poultry farming operation in Lesotho, according to a recent study. The Zim Business Ideas and Networks (ZBIN)

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A new way to get credit

MASERU– IT is now possible to use livestock, household equipment and jewellery as collateral to secure loans. This is thanks to the launch of the Lesotho Electronic Registry Interest of

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Netcare accused of looting

MASERU – WORKERS at the troubled Queen ’Mamohato Memorial Hospital have accused Netcare of looting and negligence.This happens after Netcare and the government of Lesotho decided to cut ties last

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Adapt or sink

MASERU – ACROSS the globe media companies were already going through a tumultuous change due to technological innovations.The Covid-19 pandemic that hit the world in late 2019 has accelerated the

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The battle on the streets

BUTHA-BUTHE – FOR over 10 years ’Mamorapeli Ntšinyi has sold fruits in the streets of Butha-Buthe town for a living.All seemed well, with money from the business enough to pay

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Metropolitan comes to the party!

MASERU – From as low as M185 per month, you can now access medical insurance to give you peace of mind on a rainy day, thanks to Metropolitan Lesotho.The Health4Me