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The slow death of Islamic State

“Unfortunately, it is unrealistic to expect zero civilian casualties in armed conflict,” said US Army Col John L Dorrian, the spokesperson of Combined Joint Task Force — Operation Inherent Resolve.

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Start small and scrappy

The lifestyle of entrepreneurship, in Lesotho, should be as ubiquitous as the presence of youthful billionaire entrepreneurs in sneakers and T-shirts. Entrepreneurs are the pioneers pushing the boundaries out further,

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What is black writing?

I spoke before I writ, and before then I uttered incorrigibles before I could speak, and after getting the drift of the art of scribbling utterances into letters and words

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Ignore stakeholders in strategic planning at your own peril

A “stakeholder” is anyone who has an interest in the value that the organisation creates. In a commercial organisation, its stakeholders would be shareholders, customers, suppliers, employees, government and its

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Breaking Lesotho’s chains of economic colonisation

IN October last year, Lesotho celebrated 50 years of independence from British colonisation. A large feast was had, pleasantries were exchanged and all in all, the event was a success.

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The crowd and the law

In Romania, after five straight nights of mass demonstration in Bucharest’s main square, the government agreed to withdraw an emergency decree that decriminalised various abuses of political power (on the

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The reason ministers are corruptible

Is it realistic to expect all government ministers to always act with integrity and to adhere to high moral and ethical standards when serving as a cabinet member? I do

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An Ode to Thandie Klaasen

The flugelhorn horn in Sophiatown blows a melancholic threnody, a melody expressing the loneliness of loss and dispossession, the sadness of being kicked out of the only tenement you could

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Business policies in strategy implementation

Some companies don’t succeed not because they don’t have good strategic plans but because they fail to implement those plans. One of the tools used in implementing a strategy are

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The politics of insults

BASOTHO like to brag about being a Christian nation. And to a certain degree that they are devoted Christians is evident in the way they attend church every Sunday and