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Back to Eden

ROMA-A National University of Lesotho (NUL) Physics and Mathematics graduate has found his niche in farming.Ntoahae Makhoa has set up big structures and secured large fields where he produces tomatoes,

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Farmers’ roll back hunger

……‘Block farming scheme is the best way to beat hunger’….. MAFETENG-Smallholder farmers who have entered into a block farming arrangement with the government say the project could be their best

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Deputy Speaker booted out

MASERU-Teboho Lehloenya, was this week booted out as the Deputy Speaker of Parliament as the new coalition government steps up its purge of all officials aligned to the Alliance of

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Emotional send-off for Manyai

MAPUTSOE-Almost in tears, Ntsala Theoha last Saturday stood in front of his daughter’s coffin who was gang-raped and murdered three weeks ago. Seeming shaken and uneasy, he paced up and

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The cop who took down the mighty couple

MASERU-UNTIL six months ago, Deputy Commissioner of Police Mokete was just another career police officer. After 21 years in the police force he was just a rank away from being

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Police officers sued for M6 million

MASERU-A Berea prisons officer is claiming M6 million in damages from 12 police officers for malicious arrest. Advocate Lebonajoang Ramohalali is suing the officers, all based at the Berea Police

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The Victoria Hotel heist

MASERU-THE Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) is investigating a company that runs the Victoria Hotel for money laundering, corruption and other crimes. The DCEO is also looking at

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Health workers win PPEs case

MASERU-THE Constitutional Court has ordered the government to provide all health workers with Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) and pay doctors’ their call allowances. A coram of three judges made up

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Scott to appeal life sentences

MASERU-Lehlohonolo Scott who was on Tuesday slapped with two life sentences and a further five years for murder is set to appeal against the sentences. His lawyer Advocate Thulo Hoeane

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Ministry battles to trace Covid-19 patients

MASERU-THE Ministry of Health is battling to trace people who could have got into contact with patients suffering from the deadly Covid-19 disease.The ministry admitted in a statement this week