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Who is funding who?

Thesele Maseribane, the Basotho National Party (BNP), has had a very uncomfortable two weeks following intense media scrutiny over his “shadowy” links with a UK-based businessman. At the centre of

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Vendors chase dreams on the streets

MASERU – SITTING at a stall along 777 Road, street vendor ’Masofia Letoloane, sorts out soil for sale. The 69-year-old is one of the many vendors along the street with no

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BNP rallies behind ’Maseribane

MASERU – THE Basotho National Party (BNP) has fiercely defended its leader, Chief Thesele ’Maseribane, following damaging allegations that he received a “hefty donation” in exchange for facilitating a mining licence

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Churchgoers defy court order

MASERU – THERE was drama in Motimposo last Friday when angry churchgoers defied a court order and resisted when the police tried to enforce it. Nineteen members of the Zion Faith

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Teachers’ strike hangs in the balance

MASERU – THE month-long teachers’ strike set to begin on August 2 is hanging in the balance after the Progressive Association of Lesotho Teachers (PALT) withdrew its support. PALT Executive Secretary

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’Maesaia punches against cancer

MASERU – THE founder of the Stop Cervical, Breast and Prostate Cancer in Africa (SCCA), Princess Nikky Naleli Onyeri, has warned the First Lady ’Maesaia Thabane to steer clear of controversy.

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Former Fokothi boss grilled

MASERU- THE former rector of the Lerotholi Polytechnic Tsietsi Lebakae was on Thursday quizzed by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) over M348 000 transferred to South Africa during his tenure. The

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‘Waste tyres are not wasted tyres’

ROMA – “Waste tyres are not wasted tyres,” says Malefane Tšephe, a National University of Lesotho (NUL) graduate who believes car tyres’ fate should not be the dumpsites in the first

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Tender scandal rocks army

MASERU – THE Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) awarded a huge tender to supply military attire to two unregistered companies two years ago, thepost heard this week. The revelation was disclosed during

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Credit scheme gives nod to 67 businesses

MASERU – THE government-backed credit guarantee scheme targeting young entrepreneurs has approved 67 businesses. The total loans given to these businesses amount to M10 247 675, with the maximum amount of