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Hlojeng takes over at Likhopo

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Former Lesotho captain Tšepo Hlojeng has taken over as coach of Likhopo. The Vodacom Premier League outfit had been without a coach since Shalane Lehohla was

Sports

Shake-up at Lioli

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Lioli coach Mosholi Mokhothu is set to be shifted from his role in a shock coaching reshuffle just days before ‘Tse Nala’ begin their Vodacom Premier

News

Analysing and testing Lesotho’s water

Own Correspondent ROMA – SOUTH Africa craves it and Botswana won’t be consoled without it. That is Lesotho’s famous white gold – water. It turns out the National University of

Features

Size Two dancing again

At a friend’s wedding last year Muckraker watched in awe as one man stole the show on the dance floor. As the song ended Muckraker hurried to the man. “Are

Business

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

Insight

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

Features

Famo music: the past, the politics and the future

By Ntsikoe E Likiki      With its unparalleled use of the accordion instrument, command of praise poetry and storytelling ability, Famo music has for many decades captured the culture and lifestyles

Features

Monethi’s ‘love affair’ with farming

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU – WHEN Relebohile Monethi dropped out of her Bachelor of Commerce Statistics course at the University of Free State in 2012 after failing to raise fees, it

Features

‘Directors forfeited right of protection’

Staff Reporter MASERU – THE directors of Lebelonyane Fleet Solutions who accused Finance Minister ’Mamphono Khaketla of demanding a M4 million bribe lost their right to full protection of the

Features

Mafisa: bossing the bosses

Abel Chapatarongo MASERU – WHEN tempers boiled over after the 1998 general election, Sekara Mafisa was caught in the eye of a major political storm. Lesotho’s opposition parties accused Mafisa