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Lesotho getting raw deal from 1986 Water Treaty

The Phase II of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) is a product of the 1986 Treaty between the governments of Lesotho and South Africa. The treaty warranted that the

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Debate on statues a waste of time

Men could build mountains in their name if they could, in fact, they have always done so for the sole purpose of being remembered forever, as if there is a

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Reforming society under Moshoeshoe I’s watch

Part 2 Continued from last week Many of the things we say about Moshoeshoe I — his empathy and humanity, his love for peace, his wisdom, etc.,—these things are well-known.

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Jonathan: a hero or cold-blooded murderer?

When I read the letter that former Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisli sent to President Ramaphosa, at first I thought the old man must retire indeed, he is out of touch

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Mosisili must leave the ANC alone

When I saw the newspaper headlines that said former Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili had condemned the honouring of the late Chief Leabua Jonathan I was shocked at first but later

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The question of identity

Of the adages of the differing ages, the most vexing is the simple deed, behaviour, or virtue; courtesy: for it is quite hard to point out with clarity which one

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Reforming society under Moshoeshoe I’s watch

Once again, we have reached a point where we have to find ways of ensuring survival of our nationhood. In the recent past, exercises such as the one currently under

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A robust civil society must fight corruption

Three weeks ago, the Public Accounts Committee unearthed shocking evidence on the M3.6 million payment approved by Cabinet. In 2015 Eat More Catering Services was awarded a one year contract

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Curtail the factionalism

ON Sunday evening I was busy watching a movie, The Forgotten Kingdom, when it was drawn to my attention through a Whatsapp group message that a more important programme was

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Why our literature is in decay

It is unnatural to pass through the world for the sake of being forgotten, and those that believe we are just mere dust in the wind that passes with the