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Trouble in the Big House

Polygamy is African, in fact, the feminist view holds the view that polygamy is a patriarchal practice that subjugates women and infringes on their rights. There is a more simplistic

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Thabane and wife are not above the law

Is Prime Minister Thomas Thabane and his wife, ‘Maesaiah Thabane, above the law? That is the question that is now confronting Basotho. No one, including the Prime Minister and his wife,

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Why you must avoid alcohol when taking metronidazole

Metronidazole is an antibiotic used to treat certain types of bacterial and parasitic infections. Flagyl is the brand name of this antibiotic. Metronidazole (Flagyl) can treat and prevent the following: STIs

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Reinforce Education Act 2010

The pronouncement by the coalition government to stop all international travel is music to most of our ears. The happiness comes with high hopes that our MPs will indeed be

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No private sector, no tax revenue!

The question why Lesotho’s national tax collection will forever hover around M7 billion is very simple. The answer is that the private sector is too weak to provide enough tax

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Brexit speak- Part 1

As readers may have heard (please note subtle use of irony) in a 2016 referendum the British people voted by a narrow margin to leave the European Union, a vote

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A Life in three worlds

Reminiscences by Sumitra Talukdar with David Ambrose…… At 400+ large format pages, Sumitra Talukdar’s autobiography is a hefty volume. Admittedly the text is interspersed with nearly 200 photos and maps

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Sports facilities are not a priority

This week I want us to focus on the construction of sporting facilities for the 2020 Africa Union Sports Council (AUSC) Maseru Region 5 Youth Games. We are told the

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The government has to be consistent

If a parent tells his or her family that times are tough and it is now time to tighten the belt, children won’t expect to see the same parent wearing

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Let Africa trade with Africa

The idea of a free market system in Africa may be possible if our ideologies change. Intra Africa trade benefits far outweigh the current model of dispersed economies which are