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We’re sorry, says Thabane

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane (Pictured) rarely shirks from a challenge. He might wince for a moment but he will strike back. But a different side to Thabane was on

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From rags to riches

The booming scrap metal business…… MASERU – In villages surrounding Sekamaneng and Koalabata, children have a song about a woman who is always in overalls and rattles by in a scrappy

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Shock admission at soldiers’ trial

MASERU – IN a stunning revelation the lawyers representing the army told a Court Martial yesterday that there was no CCTV footage of what transpired during the assassination of Lieutenant General

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M5 billion windfall for ex-miners

MASERU – RANTŠO Mantsi, a secondary school dropout from Mafeteng, has become an unlikely hero. Tens of thousands of people are set for a windfall, thanks to his unrelenting efforts that

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Muckraker: The power of pillow-talk

HERE is the reality that will roil ABC supporters for weeks: any attempt to get Uncle Tom to censure ‘Maeasiah is a fool’s errant. So your rants on radio stations

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A new kind of battle

MASERU – AT any other time the decision by the National University of Lesotho’s Senate to suspend examinations and teaching activities would have triggered violent protests from students. That no burning

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‘Senate’s statement is a cry for help’

MASERU – THE National University of Lesotho (NUL) council will meet on Friday to discuss the Senate’s decision to suspend classes and cancel examinations. Council chairperson Tseko Bohloa told thepost the

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‘We’re facing a meltdown’

MASERU – THE decision to suspend academic activities at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) has come as a shock to the government, especially Education Minister Professor Ntoi Rapapa who says

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The ticking time bomb at NUL

MASERU- TIK-tok-tik-tok-tik-tok-tik-tok. That is the sound of a time bomb at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). As NUL Senate members trooped into a boardroom for a marathon meeting on Monday

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Yearning for Lesotho’s golden past

MASERU – A crisis of expectations. This is what the coalition government headed by Prime Minister Thomas Thabane is battling to contain after a stormy 11 months in power. This is