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Driving change, brick by brick!

Lemohang Rakotsoane THABA-BOSIU   SIGMA Construction and the Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL) last Wednesday handed over two classroom blocks to Ntsane Primary School in Lifateng. The classrooms were built

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Let there be light

Rose Moremoholo THABA-BOSIU THE Lesotho Electricity Company (LEC) has donated M80 000 into the Queen’s National Trust Fund which benefited at least five orphanages yesterday at Ha-Makhoathi. The donation by

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Varsity to set up water institute

Rose Moremoholo Maseru THE National University of Lesotho (NUL) is setting up a water institute to train Basotho on the best ways of protecting the country’s water interests. This was

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Juicy business rekindles hope

Lemohang Rakotsoane BUTHA-BUTHE ’Mamotebele Ratšele has always been a resilient person but after months of knocking on doors for a job in Maseru she had lost hope. So she packed

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Deadline for bank clients

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU   THE Bankers Association of Lesotho (BAL) has called on all customers of banks who opened accounts more than a year ago to come forward and verify

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‘Stop relying on Government tenders’

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU THE private sector should stop relying on government tenders but instead diversify its customer base, Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL) governor Retšelisitsoe Matlanyane has said. Speaking at

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Post Bank donates 41 computers to school

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU THE Lesotho Post Bank has donated 41 computers to 23 schools, for better record keeping and automation of other services yesterday. Molefi Leqhaoe, the managing director of

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Council lobbies banks over unpaid bills

Business Reporter MASERU   THE Maseru City Council (MCC) is lobbying banks and other essential service providers to decline to offer services to people who do not pay their municipal

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Making Lesotho destination of choice for investors

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU MAKING Lesotho an attractive investment destination requires strong political will and the concerted efforts of all stakeholders in the country. But those two should be backed by

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E-Government to foster transparency and efficiency

Staff Reporter MASERU Tucked in the corner of the Ministry of Communications offices is an office whose work promises to transform the way people interact with the government.KhibaMasiu, coordinator of