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Student ‘exposes’ laxity at ports of entry

MASERU – A Mosotho woman studying in China who entered Lesotho without being tested for the coronavirus says the government’s bungling in dealing with the disease could have dire consequences. Kolojane

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Textile unions pile pressure on Rantšo

MASERU – TEXTILE unions this week demanded that Prime Minister Thomas Thabane should fire Labour Minister Keketso Rantšo whom they blamed for the poor wages in the textile sector. The unions

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Parliament working on new cannabis regulations

MASERU – PARLIAMENT is working on the Drugs of Abuse (Cannabis) Regulations 2019 that will regulate and manage the cultivation as well as the manufacturing of medical cannabis products. The chairman

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Road Fund donates groceries to students

MASERU – IN a bid to fight poverty, the Road Fund this week donated groceries to 20 vulnerable students at Thaba-Bosiu Primary School. School uniforms and bags were also among the

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Thabane plots new deal

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane is allegedly cobbling a new coalition government that will include former Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing. This has triggered fears that Thabane might have had

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A quick, efficient compost

ROMA – THE product itself is not a compost. However, it helps you make a compost in a much quicker way and it assists you to compost, “almost everything,” says Thuso

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Treason charge hurts, says Metsing

MASERU-MOTHETJOA Metsing, the Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) leader, says he is deeply hurt after he was charged with treason last month. He told a rally in Leribe last Sunday

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‘Police, soldiers fanning taxi chaos’

MASERU-TRANSPORT Minister Keketso Sello says the problems in the taxi industry have been caused by some police officers and soldiers who are operating unregistered taxis in Maseru. Sello was speaking

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Textile workers want 20% wage hike

MASERU-TEXTILE workers have told Labour Minister Keketso Rantšo they will not settle for anything less than a 20 percent bump on their salaries this year. And they will go on

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Rantšo ‘booted out’

MASERU-A FACTION of the Reformed Congress of Lesotho (RCL) says it has ousted party leader Keketso Rantšo. It says the party has now elected Home Affairs principal secretary ’Machabana Lemphane-Letsie