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The sweet scent of success

MASERU – AFTER receiving M195 000 from a youth empowerment fund, ’Miloane Mokhobo is finally smelling the sweet scent of success. It has been a long, odious journey of trial and

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Write your vision

A vision needs to be written so that you and anyone else who is to be impacted by it can see it. A vision takes time to be accomplished but

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Bank posts over M50 million profit

MASERU – FROM the brink of collapse, the Lesotho Post Bank has increased its customer deposits portfolio to M1.2 billion while raking in over M50 million in profits, said the bank’s

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Visualising your 2019 and beyond

Theodore Hesburgh once said, “The very essence of leadership is that you have a vision. It’s got to be a vision you articulate clearly and forcefully on every occasion. You

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Public demands accountability at tax indaba

MASERU – “WE are fed up with the government’s irresponsible expenditure.” This was the loud message from a two-day Lekhetho Khotla (tax indaba) held in Maseru this week. Participants at the

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Massive plan to revamp airport

MASERU – THE government is mulling a M15 billion project to revamp Moshoeshoe I International Airport, thepost heard this week. The Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Public Works and Transport

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Profitability is key to the success

For every business to be successful and remain in business it needs to be profitable. Profitability is very important for long-term survival. For every commercial concern, profitability is the main

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Bank tackles financial illiteracy

MASERU – PEOPLE living in rural areas are still struggling with financial literacy and inclusion, a challenge that the Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL) has now set out to tackle. To

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Factors that can lead your business to fail

Most people are afraid to fail. The fear of failure prevents them from trying new things in life. They don’t want to make mistakes. What such people don’t realise is

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Getting your company out of a financial ‘hole’

Jack Welch, the former chairman and CEO of General Electric once said “Change before you have to”. When you see tell-tale signs of a decline in your business you better