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700 capped at Limkokwing

MASERU – THE Minister of Education and Training Professor Ntoi Rapapa says the government sees Limkokwing University of Technology (LUCT) as a strategic partner in the development of Lesotho. Rapapa

I won’t meddle in ABC squabbles: Moleleki

MASERU – DEPUTY Prime Minister, Monyane Moleleki, says he won’t poke his nose into the All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s squabbles. The Alliance of Democrats (AD) leader has remained publicly aloof

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The good, old wheelbarrow

MASERU – CONSIDER the wheelbarrow. It may lack the grace of an airplane, the speed of an automobile, the initial capacity of a freight car, but its humble wheel marked

Scrapping a living from trash

…The plight of scrap metal collectors in Lesotho… MASERU – COLLECTING scrap metal for recycling may be said to make the world better. But it makes some people bitter. One

Party wants Rantšo fired

MASERU – THE Reformed Congress of Lesotho (RCL) party has petitioned Prime Minister Thomas Thabane to fire its embattled leader Keketso Rantšo. Rantšo, who is the Labour Minister, was toppled

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Soldier wants court to release him

MASERU – A soldier detained and charged for mutiny wants the High Court to order the army to release him pending his trial in the Court Martial. In an application

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Councillors want Minister fired

MASERU – A GROUP of Maseru district councilors want Local Government Minister Litšoane Litšoane fired. The council chairman, Mohoalo-Hoalo Jane, told to thepost yesterday that the councillors met last month

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Death threats for non-striking teachers

MASERU – THE government’s no-work-no-pay policy has divided teachers to the extent that they are now threatening to harm each other. Some teachers returned to work after Education Minister Professor

Chakela says he wants a job

MASERU – FEARED famo music gang leader, Rethabile Mokete, who is popularly known as Mosotho Chakela, is demanding a fair share of the “cake” after he helped put the government

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UN trip to blow M5m

MASERU – THE Lesotho government will next week send a huge entourage of 28 officials to the United Nations General Assembly in New York at a cost of more than