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Tributes pour in for Chakela

MASERU-TRIBUTES poured in this week following the death of notorious famo music gangster Mosotho Chakela on Tuesday.Chakela died in Bloemfontein on Tuesday due to complications related to Covid-19. Nteei Ts’ehlana,

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Chakela dies

MASERU-FEARED famo music gangster and the suspected kingpin in the Lipolelo Thabane murder case, Rethabile Mokete, better known as Mosotho Chakela, has died of Covid-19.Chakela died on Tuesday in Bloemfontein

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Minister blasts Masoetsa

MASERU-THE All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s spokesperson Montoeli Masoetsa has been accused of attending a constituency meeting without an invitation. Finance Minister Thabo Sofonea says Masoetsa insisted on being present at

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Covid routs health centres

MASERU-AT least 20 workers at church-run health centres in Lesotho tested positive for Covid-19 between Christmas and New Year’s Day, as the pandemic begins to wreak havoc in the country.The

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Covid-hit Lerotholi Polytechnic shut down

MASERU-LEROTHOLI Polytechnic was shut down on Tuesday after its bursar allegedly succumbed to Covid-19 on Monday.The head of the institution, Professor Tlali Sepiriti, said they are still waiting for Covid-19

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Power to the people!

MASERU-THE days when Lesotho used to rely on electricity imports for its needs could soon be over after Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro launched the Ha-Ramarothole Solar Power project two weeks

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Letsema wins Facebook prize

ROMA-The app called Letsema is the perfect African challenge to the dominant American audio-video conferencing apps Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Google Meet. Letsema has just beaten more than 240 other

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Fulfilling a calling

MASERU-Worried about how social, mental and emotional problems are afflicting Basotho youths, a National University of Lesotho (NUL) student has chosen to do something about it. Tsotang Letsie, a final

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A powerful object lesson in investment

MASERU – IN the late 1990s ’Makarabo Letele’s dressmaking business was booming. Customers were flocking into her shop and profits were good.She puts that down to the fact that there

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‘Tourism sector still in distress’

MASERU-The tourism industry is still reeling three months after Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro relaxed Covid-19 restrictions, thepost heard this week. This is despite the fact that most lodges which were