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Conquering asthma

AS discussed in last week’s article, the success of Asthma control lies predominantly on the correct use of the Inhaler (Peipi). Incorrect technique when taking inhaled medications frequently prevents patients

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Curriculum implementation not a joke

ONE of the major grievances teachers have tabled before the Ministry of Education and Training is their inability to implement the Curriculum and Assessment Policy of 2009. The teachers complain

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Trump the Promise-Keeper

DONALD Trump is a man of his word, and he promised his ‘base’ to build a wall on the US border with Mexico to stop an “invasion of gangs, invasion

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Mosisili ran a good race

VALARIE Jarrett argues that “each generation has an obligation to pick up the baton. We want young people to feel a sense of responsibility to take that baton and run

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Love your baboon

THREE brothers are herding sheep in the mountains when they stumble upon an injured baboon. Two older brothers take turns to be intimate with it while their little brother, who

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Of politicians and ‘class solidarity’

It does not help much to consider any given issue from its midway point or to hold the notion that what one sees in the end is what the main

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When history repeats itself

THE results of the All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s elective conference have painted a picture which has an uncanny resemblance to that which emerged out of the Basutoland Congress Party (BCP)

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Asthma: a rising global killer

ASTHMA, (locally referred to as Lets’oeea or lesiba, is a disease affecting your lungs. Asthma causes wheezing (lesiba), shortness of breath, chest pain, chest tightness and coughing. In many cases

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Something good is happening in Marakabei

Recently I met one of the most inspiring businessmen in Lesotho – Andree Bothma. Andre was quite excited about his new business venture under Medigrow, a Cannabis processing plant. It

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The ABC must clean up its house

The Thomas Thabane-led coalition government might be hanging by the spider thread if the events of the All Basotho Convention’s internal elections and the subsequent National Executive Committee (NEC) press