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Open letter to Prime Minister Thabane

Dear His Excellency Rt Hon. Prime Minister It is just a little over a month ago (December 9, 2017) when we, concerned supporters of the speedy resolution to the swearing

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We need ‘more opposition’ and not ‘no opposition’

In a democracy, an elected government gives out its best performance when there is a strong and effective opposition. A government that has no opposition seldom excels.  This is because

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We drink from the same well

It is a short and brief excursion crossing the border into the land of somewhere and nowhere where men come with everything they wanted but oftentimes come back with nothing,

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Shithole countries

Poor Donald Trump. He was simply asking for information, and they’re all over him as if he were a racist thug. His choice of words was unfortunate, but the angels

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On women’s empowerment

THE concept of empowerment is one that appears often in the lexicon of development. It is the ability to make choices for oneself, build confidence and take control over one’s

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Ahead of time

Time: seconds add up to minutes, the minutes add up to form hours, the hours add up to make a day, the day and its fellows become a week, the

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Lesotho: Beyond colonial legacy and apartheid

The viability of states constructed on the basis of territorial units established by colonial rule must now be scrutinised. Southern Africans need to look ahead and recommend steps in preparation

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Mosisili’s attacks on us devoid of substance

It was never initially our intention to find ourselves locked in a war of words with former Prime Minister Dr Pakalitha Mosisili. Our reluctance stems from our conviction that we

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The long queues are a sign of a failing state

The long queues when crossing borders between Lesotho and South Africa are bad. Over the years, the queues have been getting longer and not shorter.  This is concerning because the

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The stupid gown

When Radio attacks the graduate, it is usually in the form a thinly veiled spat with the poor graduate from the now really ‘honoured’ and stilted self-made judges of the