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Kenya: tough road ahead

THE 1 September decision by Kenya’s Supreme Court to annul the results of the 8 August presidential election and order a fresh vote was at once unexpected, historic, bold and

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Hold leaders to account

The reason why we are unable to move forward as a nation is because of a lack of enforced accountability from those in government. When a child misbehaves, discipline from

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Before I wore this blanket

The polarity of the world hinges on one axis; politics, and whatever or however we may want to view the world otherwise, the fact of the matter is that there

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Making Lesotho’s military part of the solution

August 30, 2017 marked exactly three years since the failure of an attempted coup in Lesotho on 30 August, 2014. Whether this was a coup in the traditional sense was

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End culture of violence

In addressing the Congregation of St Louise in Matsieng on Sunday August 27, 2017, Her Majesty the Queen said Basotho were crying for peace and stability while others were running

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Coalition agreements are a waste of time

Coalition agreements in Lesotho are a complete waste of effort, cartridge and paper. They add zero value to the stability, success and effectiveness of the coalition. On August 31, 2017

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A Pandora’s box has been opened

I struggled to come up with a topic to write about this week. I am not sure the reason for this when so much was happening in the country these

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Judge’s ouster an assault on judiciary

In order to comprehend the political consequences of the firing of the President of the Court of Appeal in Lesotho, it is important to understand the constitutionality and politics surrounding

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The essence of heritage

That the forefathers (forebears) walked a thousand miles together in bands and whole communities, to the point where they formed the society that we are, is not a factor we

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Protecting our government from itself

 . . . Why Yan Xie has to go! ]The relationship between the government and the people can be as simple as Madison’s, one of the founders of the United