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Dealing with a pandemic

The understanding of epidemiology as a branch of medical science dealing with the transmission and control of disease needs one to focus on the understanding of diseases prevalent among a

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Get Basotho back into agriculture

In an ideal situation, commercial agriculture should be the biggest employer and one of the biggest contributors to Lesotho’s GDP. However, the sector has been neglected to a state of

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Food for thought

Over the next four weeks I am going to write about cooking and eating out; this might seem indulgent, but I hope what I’m saying will amuse and that readers

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‘Listen to me, dammit’

Don’t be alarmed, readers, the title isn’t me talking, but an imaginary character, male or female, who wants to hold forth and who isn’t prepared to listen to what anyone

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Pick the fallen fruits first

There is clear and visible evidence that the root cause of Lesotho’s problems is the politics more especially the calibre and quality of our politicians. The biggest weakness with our

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Why force Stone Shi to accept bailout?

There is a famous quote that says “those who stand for nothing, fall for anything or everything.” The present day Lesotho government seems to be treading in very dangerous territory

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Case smelt like a failed coup d’etat

WHEN Prime Minister Thabane and his current wife, ’Maesaiah Thabane, were accused of murder and appeared in court last month, I for one thought justice was finally being served in

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What is drug allergy?

Often times the public mistakes a drug allergy to the drug side-effect. If these two are not synonymous, then what is a drug allergy? A drug allergy is the abnormal

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Inside wounds never form scars

The tale of the ugly duckling that grew into a beautiful swan has been retold countless times over the years and this is largely due to its basic theme; that

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Bootlicking with passion

THE imminent demise of Uncle Tom and the Feselady has unleashed a nauseating bout of unprecedented sycophancy. Last week the Public Eye treated us to some 2 000 words from