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Tears wiped away

Rose Moremoholo BELA-BELA   When she arrived in Ha-Letsoela village in Bela-Bela 50 years ago, Kelebone Letsoela would wake up very early in the morning to fetch water. The village

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Protest looms

Staff Reporter MASERU THE wives of detained soldiers have alleged that the army is ill-treating their husbands following plans by their children to stage a march. The children are set

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The scourge of rape

Staff Reporter MASERU   LERATO expected support when she was gang-raped. The village, she thought, would be outraged at such a heinous crime. Instead her aunt said she got what

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I’m going nowhere, says water boss

Staff Reporter MASERU LESOTHO’s chief delegate on the Lesotho Highlands Water Commission (LHWC), Charles Putsoane, has told the government he will not leave office despite incessant pressure to do so.

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Shooting from the hip!

Staff Reporter MASERU IN the early 1980s Khotso Morojele was among a small group of Lesotho Liberation Army (LLA) cadres who executed a low level guerrilla war against the then

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Industrialisation of biogas

Kananelo Hlaeli ROMA Ever wondered what the ubiquitous wobbly species can do apart from just slipping smoothly through your fingers? Using one environmental problem to combat another, Thato Mosaase, under

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‘Go for it, girl!’

  Senate Sekotlo KORO-KORO The majority of Basotho girls leave school with only a vague idea of the employment opportunities that are available to them. They have no clue as

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Test, treat programme launched atKatlehong clinic

  Senate Sekotlo MASERU A new programme to provide anti-retroviral treatment to all HIV positive people regardless of their CD4 count was launched at Katlehong AHF/LMPS Clinic yesterday. The Test

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Sigh of relief as Likatola escapes punishment

LuciahPhahla Maseru Lesotho’s national rugby team, Likatola, will not face punishment from Rugby Africa after it failed to honour a tie against the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) at the

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Trouble for top LCD official

Staff Reporter MASERU A senior official of the Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) is facing disciplinary action over his remarks about the Democratic Congress (DC) and its deputy leader Monyane