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Thabane warns daughter

…as family feud rages on…. MASERU – THE All Basotho Convention (ABC) leadership feud is beginning to sound like a family inheritance squabble, with party leader Thomas Thabane dragging in

Business, workers smoke peace pipe

MASERU – WITH both businesses and workers choking from economic problems affecting the country, stakeholders are coming together to try and find a balance between profit making the welfare of

Khasu left TRU for petty reasons, say Maisa

MASERU – DEPUTY leader of the Truth and Reconciliation Unity (TRU) party, Pitso Maisa, says his leader Tlali Khasu left the party to rejoin All Basotho Convention (ABC) for petty

Why Khasu joined Mahao faction

MASERU – WHEN Tlali Khasu left the All Basotho Convention (ABC) some three years ago it was acrimonious. One day Khasu was Thomas Thabane’s trusted deputy and the next, he

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Move to block conference

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane has moved to block a special conference called by a faction of his All Basotho Convention (ABC) led by Professor Nqosa Mahao. The conference, which

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MP wants Thabane out

MASERU – OVER the last five months, Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has squandered the goodwill and respect he commanded within his own party and the only option left for him now

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Farmers pile pressure on Thabane

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane’s three-month grace period for wool and mohair farmers to sell their produce wherever they want has been described as a farce by some farmers. Wool

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ABC kicked out of offices

MASERU-The bitter factional battles within the ruling All Basotho Convention (ABC) have taken a huge toll on the party’s finances.  The party was kicked out of its rented offices at

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Thabane’s bid to block rally flops

MASERU – THE ANC’s secretary general, Ace Magashule, last week snubbed a request by Prime Minister Thomas Thabane to block a rally organised by Professor Nqosa Mahao’s camp in the Free

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Too young for motherhood

MOHALE’S HOEK – THE Phamong Health Centre has established a project for mothers-in-law to take the lead in encouraging their teenage daughters-in-law to go back to school. This comes after realising