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The ‘thankless task’ of being MP

MASERU – IT’S a thankless, frustrating job. What complicates his task as MP is that there are no resources that are availed by the government to get the job done.And so

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Hashatsi’s mother begs for answers

MASERU – IT has been more than a year since Colonel Tefo Hashatsi was gunned down by his colleagues. His mother, ‘Matšepo Hashatsi, has refused to accept the government’s version of

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Aurecon Lesotho to design bridges for Polihali

MASERU – THE Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) has appointed Aurecon Lesotho (Pty) Ltd to design and supervise the construction of the major bridges to be built under Phase II of

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Fresh fight over wool and mohair

MASERU – Lesotho’s farmers have filed an urgent application in the High Court seeking to block the export of their wool and mohair which was auctioned at the Thaba-Bosiu Wool Centre

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Ketsekile loses M15k to fraudster

MASERU – Lesotho international goalkeeper Samuel Ketsekile lost M15 000 to an unknown fraudster who claimed he would help him secure trials with top South African football club Mamelodi Sundowns. Last

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A rising star in business

MASERU – BROUGHT up in Ha-Tsautsoe, Maseru, Ntšepiseng Rantle used to see scores of people trudging to the city to sell items for a living. For Rantle, this awakened the entrepreneurship

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Mosisili says proud of record

MASERU – FORMER Prime Minister and Democratic Congress (DC) leader, Pakalitha Mosisili, says he is proud of his record when he was still in power. Speaking at a rally in Quthing

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A ‘pot’ to jump-start us into industrial phase!

ROMA – This National University of Lesotho (NUL) made pot, branded “Pitsa,” looks simple but it is not your normal pot! Because of its numerous uses, it may as well be

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Bringing the smile back to kids

MASERU – WHEN a child is born with a cleft lip or palate some Basotho consider it a curse and that the ancestors are not happy. That’s not true, according to

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The kids eking a living on the streets

MASERU – THABANG Mohapi, was just 12-years-old when he dropped out of school five years ago and he has no intention of going back. Born and raised in Ha-Foso, about 10