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Lifeline for ex-mine workers

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU – RAND Mutual Assurance (RMA) in collaboration with Nedbank Lesotho has created a special account tailored for pensioners who once worked in South African mines. The account

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Lebelonyane bosses turn on each other

Staff Reporter MASERU – DIRECTORS at Lebelonyane Fleet Solutions (Pty) Ltd are at each other’s throats over a tender scandal that has sucked in the Democratic Congress (DC) party. The

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Lesotho at 50: What must be done

“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children” Native American proverb. As Lesotho turns 50, every Mosotho needs to pause and reflect on

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A shot in the arm for SOS village

Rose Moremonoho MASERU – STANDARD Lesotho Bank has donated M390 000 to SOS Children’s Village as it renewed its three-year commitment to support the children’s home. The bank signed a

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Staff Reporter MASERU – DESPITE having alerted the police to the alleged corruption in the Ministry of Mines Mohapi Borotho finds himself facing a plethora of accusations. Questions have been

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Faith on the march

Staff Reporter MASERU – Makeiso Kuenane has always been a spiritual woman. From a very young age she would go to church and sing hymns. But she had questions about

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What is there for Lesotho to celebrate?

Senate Sekotlo MASERU – WHAT is there for Lesotho to celebrate as it marks its 50th jubilee? The answers to that question depend who you speak. It’s a matter of

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Explosive tape over mine tender

Staff Reporter MASERU – AN explosive tape revealing details of what happened during a closed-door meeting between Mining Minister Lebohang Thotanyana and two prominent businessmen has exposed the rot in

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‘Sow seeds of caring and care giving’

Senate Sekotlo MASERU –  HEALTH Minister ’Molotsi Monyamane says there is need to come up with policies and laws that protect people who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Monyamane

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Varsity launches short-courses on renewable energy

Own Correspondent ROMA – The National University of Lesotho (NUL) Department of Physics and Electronics launched a series of short courses on sustainable energy at a glitzy occasion last Thursday.