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The factory worker

By T. S. Mothibi She travels a road many a queasy male counterparts are afraid of following on a daily basis. From her single room in one of the various

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Protect the consumer

TsepisoS. Mothibi In the past, it was common for one to see the SABS (South African Bureau of Standards) seal on almost all the products one bought for consumption or

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Youths’ big challenges

Tsepiso S Mothibi Being young, adolescent, full of the vigour and enthusiasm or the inexperience and weakness in character that marks the period between childhood and full adulthood’s manhood or

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Tsitsi Dangarembga: Those Nervous Conditions

Tsepiso S Motibi That equality in its true sense is an aspect of humanity we merely speak about is fact, and that what we often declare as commitment to a

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Toni Morrison: The Muse Beloved

I have thought not of the sadness of black history in terms exclusive; no race’s history is a private or exclusive affair: the histories of the world and its peoples

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Afterthoughts

 One of the things about this column that my no-doubt devoted readers have to put up with is that by profession I’m an academic. One of the things that academics

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The art of leather crafting

Own Correspondent MASERU TUMANE Thabane, who graduated from the National University of Lesotho (NUL) with a major in Statistics, is pioneering the art of leather crafting from several fronts—and he

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University-industry cooperation: the way for Lesotho?

By Dr Thimothy M. Thamae, Ret’selisitsoeI. Thamae&Dr LeboliZ. Thamae There is an increasing trend among universities worldwide to do more than traditional teaching and research by engaging directly with actors

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Thabo Mbeki responds to the Nkandla judgment

 Thabo Mbeki. On 31 March, 2016, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng conveyed the unanimous decision of the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) in the matter of “Economic Freedom Fighters v Speaker of the

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Mosisili has no interest in the Guptas

By Dr Fako Johnson Likoti I read with great interest an opinion piece in Public Eye published on Friday 25, March 2016. The article was written by people who called