Opinions

Opinions

JUNK STATUS IS STILL AN IMMINENT THREAT!

Bokang Moeko The 3rd of June marked a very important day in South Africa: a day the ratings agency affirmed SA’s ratings but kept its negative outlook. But it is

Features

Tsitsi Dangarembga: Those Nervous Conditions

Tsepiso S Motibi That equality in its true sense is an aspect of humanity we merely speak about is fact, and that what we often declare as commitment to a

Opinions

Why Africa remains poor

Bokang Moeko “The global financial and economic crisis has revealed Africa’s vulnerability to a number of external economic shocks,” PwC Africa chief Hein Boegman said. A point in case is

World

The girl who flew to the moon

By T. S. Mothibi The steady flight of an eagle across the sky is a sight to marvel, and the acrobatic flight of the swallow before the rain is one

Opinions

What is organisation culture?

In business a lot of emphasis has been put on the strategy and leadership of the organisation. However there is another important aspect of the organisation that needs to be

Muckracker

Yellow bones and lazybones

WE have known for years that Lesotho is overflowing with incompetent and lazy people. We have some of the most inefficient textile factories in the world. Our bureaucrats behave like

Features

Marriages from hell

Rose Moremoholo MASERU WHEN Bokang Ralentsoe’s case was finally heard in the magistrate’s court last week, it was expected that the man who had abducted her and had admitted as

Local News

University-industry cooperation: the way for Lesotho?

By Dr Thimothy M. Thamae, Ret’selisitsoeI. Thamae&Dr LeboliZ. Thamae There is an increasing trend among universities worldwide to do more than traditional teaching and research by engaging directly with actors

Opinions

It’s time to walk away from the cliff

Tim Thahane THIS is an open appeal to the partners of Queen Mamohato Memorial Hospital (QMMH), the Government and Tsepong Consortium, to refrain from the sustained non-constructive negative publicity the