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The lost generation

…..Ministry to assess Covid carnage in education…. MASERU-THE combination of Covid-19 and a long running teachers’ strike has been deadly on Basotho children, with the impact on the quality of

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A revolution in online payments

ROMA-MOHAU Mochebelele, a former student of the National University of Lesotho International School (NULIS), and his team have created a platform that gives you more than just mobile money as

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Dyeing for you

MASERU-GOT some shabby, fading jeans that you feel like throwing away? Well, you can actually keep them, and better still, wear them as new. And Lerato ‘Lee’ Motlohi is the

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Covid fears haunt students, teachers

MASERU-Students began trooping back to schools on Tuesday this week amid fears that some were not fully prepared to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.Public schools were initially shut down in

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Police officer killed in drunken brawl

MASERU-A police officer died and another was seriously injured during a drunken brawl on Good Friday.Police spokesman Senior Superintendent Mpiti Mopeli confirmed that a 24-year-old constable shot dead his colleague

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Moleleki waves goodbye

MASERU-MONYANE Moleleki, leader of the Alliance of Democrats (AD), is finally waving goodbye to his beloved Machache constituency, after 28 years of uninterrupted service to his people. Moleleki, who was

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Nacosec staff contracts not renewed

MASERU-THE National Covid-19 Secretariat (Nacosec) did not renew the contracts of workers whose contracts expired at the end of March, thepost learnt this week.The Nacosec, previously named the National Emergency

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Leading with humility

MASERU-At the helm of Sekhametsi Investment Consortium is an eight-member board entrusted with steering the ship through a business terrain made dicier by the disruptive innovations, evolving trends and unpredictable

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‘SADC plot to save soldiers’

MASERU-SADC envoy Justice Dikgang Moseneke is hatching a plot to save politicians who were behind the 2014 attempted coup and a spate of murders committed during the period.This is according

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Don’t visit for Easter, says minister

MASERU-STAY wherever you are.That is the desperate plea by Home Affairs Minister Motlalentoa Letsosa to Basotho in the diaspora who might be intending to travel home for the Easter holidays.