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Hospital of horror

BUTHA-BUTHE – DEAD cockroaches, rodent droppings and a foul smell from the fridge. These are not the sights one would expect to see in a hospital kitchen. Yet, at Butha-Buthe Hospital,

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In search of one’s roots

MASERU – For someone so eager to reconnect with her Sesotho identity it is rather odd that the only way she can best articulate that zeal to embrace her heritage is

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From pillar to post

MASERU – THE government is not shifting an inch in its battle with wool and mohair farmers, thepost heard this week. Despite the High Court ruling that the Agricultural Marketing

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SA firm accused of buying ‘blood mohair’

MASERU – THE Lesotho Wool and Mohair Growers Association (LWMGA) has accused a South African company of buying “blood mohair” after the firm purchased the mohair outside the normal auction

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Good news at last!

THABA-TSEKA – AFTER all the hard work, it was time for pomp, funfair and competition as the long awaited day finally came for Thaba-Tseka wool and mohair farmers. Last Thursday

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Rakuoane wants Mahase impeached

MASERU – THE leader of the Popular Front for Democracy (PFD) party, Advocate Lekhetho Rakuoane, wants Acting Chief Justice ‘Maseforo Mahase impeached. Rakuoane, who was speaking at a press conference

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The brains behind Urban Taxis

ROMA – KOPANO “Change Agent” Sekhoari is the brains behind the famous Urban Taxis that are taking the country by storm. He started with just one car, but he is

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Hunger waits on the door

MASERU – Watching her as she made her way towards the spot where they catch lifts to Khubetsoana, a bucket of maize-meal balancing on her head and quietly humming to

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Mahao attacks Mahase over judgement

MASERU – PROFESSOR Nqosa Mahao has lambasted Acting Chief Justice ’Maseforo Mahase for rushing to pass judgment while sitting on an earlier case filed after a stormy elective conference last

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Thabane blasts party ‘rebels’

MASERU – ALL Basotho Convention (ABC) leader Thomas Thabane says party officials publicly campaigning against him will now be regarded as having joined opposition ranks, as the Prime Minister battles