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Kamela out to outshine brother

MASERU-The name Kamela is well-known in local football thanks to the exploits of Lesotho international Jerry Kamela and his success with Linare.Kamela’s career, which has been filled with trophies and

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Volleyball to miss key deadline

MASERU-The Lesotho Volleyball Association (LVA) will not meet tomorrow’s deadline set by the Lesotho Sport and Recreation Commission (LSRC) for member associations to submit proposals to resume sports because the

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Youth Games could be postponed

MASERU-The 2020 African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games set for December in Maseru could be postponed to next year if the Covid-19 situation does not improve, the

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LEFA prays for green-light

MASERU-The Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) is adamant its request to resume league football will be given the green light with the governing body still committed to completing the 2019/20 football

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The big hope for Lesotho

MASERU-The roaring rise of athletics sensation Manqabang Tsibela is not going unnoticed.Since she started running in 2014 in her village in Mantšonyane, Thaba-Tseka, the 16-year-old has been a revelation. Tsibela

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Ministry to revamp Setsoto

MASERU-The Minister of Gender and Youth, Sport and Recreation, Likeleli Tampane, says her ministry is going to renovate Setsoto Stadium so the national team can have a quality venue to

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Sports in limbo

MASERU-There is confusion over who must give the green light for sports to return and as a result all sporting activities in the country are set to remain suspended for

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Liberty Life comes to the party

MASERU-Kick4Life’s main sponsor, Liberty Life, has donated food parcels to players of the Econet Premier League outfit as clubs struggle with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The move is

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Covid-19 hits foreign stars

MASERU-The Covid-19 enforced suspension of the Econet Premier League has hit foreign players hard. All local leagues were postponed in March because of the pandemic and there remains no word

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No money for Covid-19 tests

MASERU-The Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) does not have the financial capacity to conduct COVID-19 testing for players which could further derail hopes of resuming the 2019/20 season. All football