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A voiceless people

It is quite hard to hear a voice in the cacophony of a melee of arguing smart alecs that speak from without that which is being argued over. It is

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So long Queen of soul

If you are a music aficionado, you sip the sound in through the lips of your aural senses (your ears) and taste it on the tongue of your mind, as

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SADC flexing its muscles will have limited impact

Lesotho is the black sheep amongst the member states of the Southern African Development Community (SADC). A nuisance. A pain in the butt. A bad rash that won’t go away.

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Our unsung heroines

OFTEN times we celebrate the achievements of women from all walks of life. However, when it comes to our very own heroines we know so little. Almost everyone in Lesotho

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Africans do read!

Of the way of the world, many shall spend a large part of their lives trying to figure it out, and the many events that shall come to unfold are

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The beginning of the end for ABC

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the All Basotho Convention (ABC), the largest political party in Lesotho decided to subject its national chairperson, Motlohi Maliehe, to party disciplinary processes for

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Politicians must stop interfering in allocation of tenders

In his biography of Dr Ntsu Mokhehle, the author Hon Moleleki mentions that there are three categories of rally attendants. The first category he says is of people that go

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The House of Hunger

When people stand in long lines to cast the vote for their party or candidate, it is with the hope that the promises in the lobbying speeches shall actually come

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Long live, live PAC broadcasts!

To see the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) in action has been instructional. Many of us until quite recently, had limited knowledge of the role or function of this committee let

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Our troubles are too deep-rooted

Lesotho’s troubles regarding election results started even before the country got its independence. Immediately after the very first democratic elections, held on April 29, 1965, the BCP filed an application