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Reporters and slow minds

UNCLE Tom’s government has barely gathered its spanners, but fear-mongers have already jumped into action with zest. The shrieking battalion has fl ed the madhouse and bedlam has ensued. So

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Heartbreaks and thugs

IT’S not often that Muckraker braves the drive to her roots in Mafube. Were it not for her mother she would not bother to clumber the mountains to Qacha’s Nek.

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Oh, Ramatsella!

Ramatšella, Ramatšella, Ramatšella! Where art thou? 60!  That’s how many people rewarded him for his garrulous ways? Phew! 60! It is a scandal of epic proportions that only 60 people

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The weeping continues

MUCKRAKER understands that there are many still inconsolable about their loss in the election. The wounds are probably still festering, especially for those unceremoniously yanked off the feeding trough. Nothing

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Let them run

UNLESS Size Two comes out of hiding Muckraker will soon be making a report to the police. The man has been missing since he was beaten on June 3. It

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Size Two’s rude rants

HUMAN beings like to think they matter. They think just because they are matter means they matter. They want to be taken seriously. We all want to believe what we

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‘I doesn’t care’ too

LET’S start with life lessons. American comedian Chris Rock says men cannot go back sexually and women can’t go back in lifestyle. Aunt Muckraker will explain that concept in a

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The stinking Bidvest deal

GOVERNMENTS have a way of parading their madness in the most spectacular fashion. That the politicians that man governments right across the world are a demented lot has never been

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Season of silliness

MUCKRAKER has heard a sorry story of a senior politician who is donating shoes to poor villagers. He says he is doing it out of his goodness of the heart

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Doomed, deluded and dissolved

BOOM! Boom! Boom! Hear the sound of Mokola’s political ambition imploding. For weeks he was Lesotho’s prime-minister-in-waiting. His spectacular ascent to the State House looked inevitable, thanks to a curious