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Women’s voices must be heard in the reforms

I was lucky enough to be part of the 150 women who gathered at the Lesotho Avani this past week in a forum on national reforms. The aim of the

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The gods are not to blame

Observation, that brief or prolonged moment where one takes their time to have a close look at an entity and to discern some of the unique features that determine its

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No to forced HIV tests!

SUB-SAHARAN Africa has always been the epicentre of the HIV pandemic. Southern Africa, which is home to three countries (Kingdom of eSwatini, Botswana and Lesotho), has the highest prevalence of

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‘We remain committed to justice’

EVERYBODY likes to make decisions that are popular whether it’s at work, family or, in my case, government. A popular decision is easy to make and connects with the mood

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Pik Botha: a villain to the end

Oscar Van Heerden It is common cause that a country’s foreign policy is a mere extension of its domestic policy as articulated through that country’s foreign affairs department — and

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The power of forgiveness

This moment, that two-part minute, those long hours spent in some kind of preoccupation are not in vain, for hooked on the travails of the given point in time we

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Blame game will not work

The current coalition government partners got into power through blaming the then Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili and his administration for failing to deliver better services to Basotho. Yet government failures

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Neglected wealth

Albert Einstein talks towards how a paradigm is created. A few months ago, a friend sent me this elaborative pictorial information, which took me a few days to digest and

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How we rise and fall

Met a friend I have known from the first days I spent living in the city, where the simple village boy soon transforms into a hetero-metro-sexual man as per the

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Khotsang Moshoeshoe: The unsung hero!

OF late we have seen government critics being subjected to censorship, intimidation, arrest, and detention. Those who are opposed to the new wool and mohair regulations are being threatened and