Talking to your electrical devices

ROMA-THERE is an app that allows you to “talk” to all your electronic and electrical home devices such as fridges, kettles, heaters and so on using internet. In fact, it

LOIC on verge of collapse

MASERU-THE Lesotho Opportunities Industrialisation Centre (LOIC), a vocational training school, is on the verge of collapse after the government withdrew its support. The Ministry of Small Businesses’ principal secretary, Tankiso

Dr Monyake: go well gentle giant

MAFETENG-SOCIAL media was abuzz as tributes poured in for Dr Moletsane Monyake, who succumbed to Covid-19 on January 6. He was 36.Dr Monyake was treated at Thetsane hospital after showing

The business of wigs

MASERU-WHEN Tlalane Mokhesi graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics degree from the National University of Lesotho (NUL) in 2019, she already knew that jobs weren’t easy to find.Hence,

Big dreams

MASERU-For many women taking care of orphaned children, life is a struggle. They often hardly have enough to feed themselves, let alone provide for the orphans left under their care.Touched

Private sector gives thumbs up to new lockdown

MASERU-THE private sector has given a thumb’s up to Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro’s decision to impose a total lockdown to arrest the spread of Covid-19 but wants support for the


The future is what you make it

MASERU ELIZA Matšumunyane’s face lights up when she talks about her shares in Sekhametsi Investment Consortium (SMIC).“I made the investment by chance. Maybe it was luck,” Matšumunyane says.Yet she will


Thabane plots Majoro ouster

MASERU-FORMER Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s attempt to oust Moeketsi Majoro as premier has suffered a massive blow.This after the All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s national executive committee voted against his proposal


Nurses plead for help

MASERU-THE Lesotho Nurses Association (LNA) says the Covid-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc among health professionals with at least 50 workers being infected with the virus. In a statement on Tuesday,


Army to enforce Covid regulations

MASERU-THE government says it will deploy the army and police to enforce Covid-19 regulations following a dramatic surge of infections countrywide. The announcement was made by Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro