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Crackdown on drinking and driving!

MASERU – MALUTI Mountain Brewery (MMB) last week donated road safety equipment to the Commissioner of Police Holomo Molibeli ahead of the Christmas holidays. The equipment includes 20 breathalyzers, 149 disposable

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Ramakatsa dies

MASERU – JAMES Ramakatsa, a famous famo musician widely known as Lampi, died at a hospital in South Africa last Friday. A relative who is also his mentor in music, famo

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A Basotho-run textile company

ROMA – PAPALI Maqalika-Mokobori, a lecturer at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Department of Consumer Sciences, is doing what others dare only whisper in corridors. She is taking steps to

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Beaten, shot and finally amputated

MASERU – WRITHING with pain from gunshot wounds, Motlatsi Tšooana is bed-ridden and struggles to speak as he narrates how he came within a whisker of death at the hands of

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Ex-LAA boss’ stories on hold

MASERU – A lawyer representing former Land Administration Authority (LAA) chief executive, Mahashe Chaka, has demanded a chance to “respond to the allegations levelled against his client”. In a three-page letter

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Exiled security agents say will return home

MASERU – SECURITY officers who are in exile in South Africa after fleeing Lesotho last year say they are coming back home. They asked to speak on condition of anonymity to

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’Maseribane warns of unrest

MASERU – Basotho National Party (BNP) leader, Chief Thesele ’Maseribane, has warned of bubbling unrest within his party. Chief ’Maseribane, who is also the Minister of Communications, urged the youths to

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Painting himself to fame

MASERU – WE might never know what was going through King Letsie III’s mind when he saw a beautiful portrait of himself, his late father, King Moshoeshoe II, and his great

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Tackle deep-seated divisions, says Lehohla

MASERU – FORMER Deputy Prime Minister Lesao Lehohla says there is need to tackle the deep-seated issues that continue to divide the nation during the SADC-driven national reforms. Lehohla was speaking

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‘Deal with those fomenting chaos in army’

MASERU – FORMER army commander Lieutenant General Makhula Mosakeng says civilians who infiltrate the army to influence rebellion must be severely punished irrespective of their status in society. Lt. Gen. Mosakeng