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Bank takes 60 trainees under its wings

MASERU – SIXTY trainees who were taken under the wings of Standard Lesotho Bank and PKF Consultancy for a comprehensive three-month skills development programme graduated last Tuesday. The programme was

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Court of Appeal finally gets M1.9m

MASERU – THE Court of Appeal will finally hear cases after it was given M1.9 million for the first quarter, thepost heard this week. The court failed to sit for

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Lawyers haggle over fleet tender deal

MASERU – THE Commercial Court’s Justice Lebohang Molete this week heard that the government is in a hurry to sign a M100 million fleet tender contract with a joint venture

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Generate own electricity, says Au

MASERU – ENERGY Minister, Tsukutlane Au, wants Lesotho to use natural resources such as the wind and sun to generate more electricity. Au said when that is done, there will

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The shock rape stats shaming Lesotho

MASERU – AT least 90 percent of all male prison inmates were in jail after they were convicted of rape, according to Gender Minister Dr Mahali Phamotse. The survey was

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Mohalalitoe now on sale!

ROMA – A married couple, Setlhare and ’Marethabile Jane of Maseru, has started selling a natural soap they have been researching for the past four years. The “addictive” soap is

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Villagers default on medication

QACHA’S NEK – ’MAMOALOSI Taemane has stopped what was once a routine five-hour journey trudging through rough and rocky terrain to collect her medication for high blood pressure. And it

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Pressure piles on Justice Mahase

MASERU – A GROUP of people calling themselves “Concerned Basotho” will tomorrow petition the Acting Chief Justice ‘Maseforo Mahase to speed up the delivery of justice in Lesotho’s courts. Speaking

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Villagers want LHDA to resolve grievances

MASERU – COMMUNITY members from Ha-Mohale want the Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) to hear out and resolve their grievances. The National Coordinator of Survival of Lesotho Dams (SOLD), Lenka

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Doti says sorry for backing wool regulations

MASERU – FIRED Social Development Minister, ’Matebatso Doti, says she regrets voting for the 2018 Wool and Mohair Regulations in Parliament. Doti was speaking at a rally in Senqu constituency