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DPP moves to clear culpable homicide cases

By Senate Sekotlo and Justice Maqelepo MASERU THE Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Leaba Thetsane, has issued a directive to clear all culpable homicide cases that have been pending in

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‘The next best thing to angels’

Rose Moremoholo & Senate Sekotlo MASERU   When Matlotlo Nte was admitted at St Joseph Hospital in Roma in 2008 she was complaining of dizziness, blurred vision and headache. She

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‘There is no plan to oust Mosisili’

Staff Reporter MASERU THERE was chaos at the Cooperative College over the weekend when Democratic Congress (DC) youths exchanged blows in what is seen as a manifestation of the factionalism

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156 teachers not paid since January

Rose Moremoholo MASERU A TOTAL of 156 new teachers have not been paid since schools opened in January. Education Minister Mahali Phamotse last Friday apologised to the teachers and pleaded

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‘Qalo MP moans over lack of Electricity’

Rose Moremoholo BUTHA-BUTHE THE Qalo MP Leboea Mothuku is an unhappy man. His biggest gripe is the lack of development in his constituency with villagers not being connected to the

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A dream fulfilled

Rapelang Mosae and Justice Maqelepo MASERU Iheomageme Obi, who graduated with an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma from Machabeng College last Friday, dreams of studying medicine at the University of Cape

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‘Famo fights violate children’s rights’

Rose Moremoholo MASERU SOCIAL Development Minister Molahlehi Letlotlo says raging famo gang wars in Mafeteng have spewed more orphans and continue to violate the rights of thousands of children in

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ETL boss questioned over citizenship

Staff Reporter MASERU THE deputy chief executive of Econet Telecom Lesotho (ETL), Langa Nyati, was on Monday picked up by the police for questioning in connection with his citizenship. Nyati,

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BNP to seal Leuta’s fate

Staff Reporter MASERU THE Basotho National Party (BNP) will decide the fate of its secretary general, Lesojane Leuta, within the next few days. The party’s disciplinary committee is finalising its

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A miniature expo into the food industry

Own Correspondent ROMA TOO sweet, too salty, overcooked, undercooked… these are some of the remarks that kept fourth year National University of Lesotho (NUL) BSc Consumer Science and Nutrition students