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We’ve tough choices to make in 2019

A former priest at the Maseru United Church, Pastor Bryan Pinches, once told a story during one of his sermons about a man who was losing his sight. Even though

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Mosisili: the architect of his own downfall

The old adage that says it never rains but pours has been very true for Democratic Congress (DC) leader, Pakalitha Mosisili, during the last two weeks of December. This is

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‘We’ll eat for you’

The old man sits on his chair by the gate every Sunday morning waiting for the taxi that will ferry him to church, or so I guess. I pass him

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We need more from Dr Majoro to stop the bleeding

WHEN one looks at the qualifications and experience of the man running Lesotho’s economy, Dr Moeketsi Majoro, we can only come to one conclusion – that he is the best

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Professionalise LTV

Today, traditional media is caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place. This is because on the one hand they are expected to offer current affairs and remain relevant

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Next year must be different

HE who apologises for telling the truth is the worst hypocrite, the type of fool that falsely believes they can please everyone, making amends where unnecessary, mollycoddling snakes instead of

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Only a functional DCEO can salvage our dignity

The reality is that whenever a debate on corruption comes to the mould, it often amounts to a theatrical performance by politicians and ordinary citizens alike who endeavour to ride

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Prof Mahao is in breach of the NUL Act

We live in a nation where integrity isn’t talked about nearly enough. We live in a nation where “the end justifies the means” has become an acceptable school of thought

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Let’s dismantle bureaucratic gatekeeping

THE other day I was watching the news when I heard the Deputy Minister of Health ‘Manthabiseng Phohleli emphasising the need to ensure that information on health-related issues is easily

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No to 100 percent salary raise for MPs

I had mixed feelings when I first heard about the demand by MPs for a 100 percent salary increase. In fact I went through a roller coaster of emotions. My