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Eyeing the big office

MASERU – At 63, Tlohang Sekhamane is no longer a young man. Over the past six decades, he has accumulated lots of experience while rubbing shoulders with the who’s who of

Teachers to down tools

MASERU – TEACHERS are set to embark on a strike starting today after representative unions agreed on collective action to force the government to budge on a litany of demands. Lesotho

Audit boss takes on DCEO

MASERU – THE Constitutional Court will today hear a case in which a suspended Director of Internal Audit in the Ministry of Finance is challenging the seizure of her vehicle by

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Teachers in fresh strike threat

MASERU – THE Lesotho Association of Teachers (LAT) has threatened to down tools again if the government fails to urgently address grievances tabled by teachers. The government has however warned that

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Minister pleads with teachers

MASERU – EDUCATION Minister Ntoi Rapapa has asked teachers, who have announced a decision to go on strike, to exercise patience and give the government a chance to resolve their grievances.

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SA ministers on fire-fighting mission

MASERU – JUSTICE Dikgang Moseneke has appointed two South African ministers into the Disputes Resolutions Mechanism Committee as he steps up his bid to drive the reforms agenda. Mohamed Enver Surty,

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Fresh row to fleet tender

………..Fresh row to fleet tender…………. MASERU –   A NEW attempt by the government to hire a fleet management company to run the government’s vehicles has run into problems after a

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The business of beauty

MASERU – IN the midst of pain, Mpho Phakoana found a business niche. The 28-year-old lost some of her closest relatives to cancer and a heart attack. The developments left her

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War veterans win case

MASERU – FOUR Lesotho Liberation Army Veterans Association (LLA-VETA) members have won a case forcing the government to return them to their positions as reconciliation officers. High Court judge Justice Teboho

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CCL defends Rantle

MASERU – The Christian Council of Lesotho (CCL) has defended its decision to accept the newly formed Wesleyan Methodist Church led by Reverend Daniel Rantle. This follows complaints by members of