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M450 million for teachers

MASERU – THE new salary structure for teachers will cost the government a staggering M450 million to implement, thepost can reveal. The cabinet has already approved the proposal which, apart from jerking

King pleads for unity

MASERU – KING Letsie III yesterday pleaded for a change in behavior and attitudes if the ongoing reforms are to succeed. The King was speaking at the closure of the

The myth of sexual pleasure

…Basotho women still going to painful lengths to please men… MASERU – MANY Basotho women are going to painful lengths to please men, and hopefully themselves. For labia minora elongation

Shake-up for Lesotho

…Constitutional proposals could see radical changes in Parliament… MASERU – LESOTHO could be set for major constitutional changes if the views that were gathered and submitted to the National Leaders’

Push for regulation of the media

MASERU – A report on the ongoing reforms says Basotho believe that the media is not sufficiently regulated and journalists are not living up to their ethical standards. The report

‘Economy at centre of national crisis’

MASERU – ECONOMIC problems are the root causes of the country’s political instability. That is according to what Basotho told the National Dialogue Planning Committee (NDPC) during its consultative meeting

Defending the rights of the child

MASERU – “I FELT I had harbored wounds of things I failed to attain in life just because I was a child and no one cared to stand up for

The angels of hope

…Queen’s Trust Fund sends children back to school… MASERU – If all goes well, Lesenyeho Mahlomola, 28, will in two years’ time graduate from the National University of Lesotho (NUL)

MPs must pay back loans, says Mosisili

MASERU – FORMER Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili wants all MPs who took out loans from the government to pay back the money. MPs and Senators are entitled to M500 000

Ramoepane murder charge withdrawn

MASERU – A MURDER charge levelled against Major Pitso Ramoepane following the assassination of former Lesotho army boss, Lieutenant General Khoantle Motšomotšo, has now been withdrawn. A South African lawyer,