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Middle Age Travails

WISH there could be words, well there are words, but often, more than less, they escape into the grey beyond of the thalamus where thoughts and confusion find their origin.

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Traditional herbs- drugs interactions

SINCE time immemorial, Basotho have used natural herbs to cure different ailments. It will be folly to dismiss these herbs because they are part of our lives and testimonies about

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A tempest is coming

THERE is no denying that this government had so much goodwill when it came to power in 2017. Many wanted it to succeed because we were coming from a tumultuous

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Chickens have come to roost

FOR a long time the, All Basotho Convention (ABC) leader, Prime Minister Thomas Thabane, has been idolised by his followers. But things have taken a dramatic shift in recent months.

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It’s time to stop laughing

THERE was once a time when I would chuckle at the current government’s comedy of errors. I found it hilarious that a government that promised to promptly eradicate poverty, create

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Standing up with the oppressed

Let me start my article this week with the most famous Holocaust poem of all time, written by German pastor and Holocaust survivor Martin Niemöller. “First they came for the

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Standing up with the oppressed

From Insight 1 To stand in solidarity for me means standing in the streets with the wool and mohair farmers and the youth. We must stand with the wool and

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A facade to hoodwink the people

Last Wednesday the whole country waited with bated breath for a press conference that was to be addressed by the Prime Minister Thomas Thabane. But given the issues that were

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The dangers of aspirin use in children

Aspirin comes in various forms; as a tablet, powder, in combination with other drugs or ingredients that treat pain, fever, flu or colds conditions. It is a common practice in

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Political monsters

The writer’s position was very clear before the advent of the political independence of the African state. Back then, the author wrote about issues that actually mattered to both the