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Business

TOUGH TIMES LAY AHEAD OF US!

Bokang Moeko Food inflation is to peak in this last quarter of 2016 and then improve for 2017 following better weather conditions. That is, this quarter we are yet to

Business

BE CONSCIOUS OF WHAT YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY ON: TIMES ARE HARD!

Bokang Millennials are setting a global trend of moving back home. According to The Guardian, a quarter of the young adults in the UK live with their parents. In the

Business

Managing the value chain of innovation

By Fundisile Serame Much has been written about innovation as a cornerstone of business growth and key strategy for competitive advantage, so there is no need to belabor the point.

Business

The business journey – Part 2

Jakarasi In my last article I highlighted that creativity is the first action you need to do when starting a new business venture. Creativity will help you to identify opportunities

Business

Bank officials charged over M5.3 million theft

Staff Reporter MASERU – TWO senior Lesotho Post Bank officials are facing charges of stealing M5.3 million from the bank. The two are being together with their relatives and a

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Measuring the dream and promise of independence

Poloko Khabele Africans are intellectually bankrupt. This crude and provocative statement is made by Chika Onyeani the author of Capitalist Nigger when discussing achievements and contributions of the black race.

Features

QUEENS, YOU WILL FOREVER REMAIN POWERFUL

Bokang There is a powerful woman of some kind lurking in all of us! And this month, I feel like a superwoman – a woman who can vault the wall

Business

The business journey – Part 1

Jakarasi The business journey starts with creativity. Michele Shea said “Creativity is seeing something that doesn’t exist already. You need to find out how you can bring it into being

Business

Credit bureau makes progress

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU – LESOTHO’s credit bureau now has records of more than 100 000 individuals which local commercial banks are already using to assess risk and decide on who

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CBL rate remains unchanged

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU   THE Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL) has increased the Net International Reserves (NIR) target floor from US$690 million (about M1.2 billion) to US$710 million (M9.9 billion).