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They must go

Signs that the much-anticipated wind of change has started to blow across our beautiful but much troubled land became evident when the Commissioner of Police was sent away on forced

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Cycling in trouble

Maseru– Despite its vast potential, cycling in Lesotho faces many challenges that hinder the sport’s growth. The potential is certainly there for all to see. Lesotho is ranked 29th in

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Alliance Winter Challenge to warm football fans

Maseru – The third edition of the Alliance Winter Challenge was launched on Tuesday amidst rousing fanfare at Alliance Insurance’s headquarters in Maseru. The annual friendly tournament first began in

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Missing cop’s family hopeful

MASERU – THE family of a missing cop, Mokalekale Khetheng, says it is hopeful that the mystery of his disappearance from police custody will be solved by the new government.

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Minister appeals to medical students

MASERU – HEALTH Minister Nyapane Kaya has appealed to Basotho medical students to return home after completing their studies. Kaya was speaking at a meeting with the Lesotho Medical Students

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It’s time for revolution

MASERU – WHEN King Letsie III announced June 3 as the date for the snap election in late February some political parties were caught flat-footed. There was panic and pandemonium

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Take no nonsense, says deputy minister

MASERU – DEPUTY Public Works Minister Tšehlo Ramarou has told staff in his ministry to refuse to take any nonsense from powerful officials. Ramarou was speaking at a function to

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The sad story of ritual murders

BEREA – THE little girl’s body was found in a donga, a stone’s throw away from the village. Her throat was slit.  For hours the villagers had combed the nearby

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Thabane wants SADC help

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane says he will seek outside assistance to help solve Lesotho’s perennial political and security problems. Thabane said solving the problems that have made Lesotho

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Radio station owner says he was attacked

MASERU– CONTROVERSIAL MoAfrika FM manager, Ratabane Ramainoane, says he fears for his life after a mob attacked his office last Friday. Ramainoane claims his alleged attackers are members of the