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Youth Games to proceed

MASERU – The African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games scheduled to take place in December in Maseru will continue as planned according to the Minister of Sports,

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Cracks deepen within coaches’ association

MASERU– The cracks within the Lesotho Coaches Association have deepened as the members of the executive keep fighting for power.The fights intensified last week in the build up to the

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Premier League pushes for autonomy

MASERU – The Premier League’s autonomy from the Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) is a topic that often comes up with many believing it would be better for Lesotho’s top-flight if

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Phafane outlays his vision

MASERU – Advocate Salemane Phafane won the Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) presidential elections last Saturday by a landslide of 42 votes against seven over his challenger Lijane Nthunya.It was not

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It’s Phafane versus Nthunya

MASERU – It is a big weekend for the Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) as the country’s football governing body holds its 16th congress on Saturday.The main talking point on everyone’s

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Mental health issues: a ticking bomb

Last week there appeared to be a breakthrough in what will happen with the 2020/21 Vodacom Premier League season after clubs recommended to the Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) that

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Mohapi speaks on league future

MASERU – Last week Vodacom Premier League clubs agreed to abort the current season in order to start preparing for a new one.The clubs gave their recommendation to the Premier

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Clubs beg PLMC to cancel season

MASERU – Vodacom Premier League clubs have asked the Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) to cancel the 2020/21 season so they can start preparing for the new season set to

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Makha joins TTM

MASERU – Vodacom Premier League giants Lioli remain tight lipped over whether they are getting any fee for midfielder Tumelo Makha whom the club has allowed to join South African

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Theletsane speaks on Covid battle

MASERU – A month ago, Vodacom Premier League giants Matlama announced that nine of their players had tested positive for Covid-19.The news stunned the club and Matlama’s positive tests also