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Mahlaha set to pen new deal

Maseru– Halemakale Mahlaha is set to pen a new deal to keep him as Lioli coach, the club has confirmed. The development ends weeks of uncertainty over Lioli’s head coaching

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Motlojoa: Lesotho’s brightest tennis star

Maseru – Kukutla Motlojoa is one with the tennis racquet, his playing style both smooth and commanding. Perhaps this prowess shouldn’t be a surprise. At 19, Motlojoa has already been

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Basketball clubs chase glory in Swaziland

Maseru – Lesotho’s basketball clubs are in Swaziland this weekend looking to claim regional glory at the annual Swaziland International Invitational Basketball Tournament (SIIBT). Lesotho will be represented by National

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Sandawana boss to sell club

Maseru – Sandawana owner Thato Nkone wants to dissolve the Vodacom Premier League club because its players are “rebelling against the team”. Nkone says he spends M20 000 per week

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Kwesé Sports seals Euro 2020 deal

Maseru – Econet Media’s sports content platform, Kwesé Sports, has signed a four-year deal with the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) to broadcast the EURO 2020 Championships as well

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Alliance to reward sports writers

Maseru – The inaugural Alliance Sports Media Awards (ASMAs) will take place on November 4 at Thaba-Bosiu Cultural Village, event organisers have confirmed. The ASMAs are Lesotho’s first sports media

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Likuena hits top form

Maseru – Lesotho captain Bokang Mothoana says the national side is mentally strong at the moment and that confidence is high amongst players. Mothoana says Likuena can now handle the

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Makapa off to Golden Arrows

Maseru – Following Tšepang Makapa’s successful trials at South African premiership side Golden Arrows, Vodacom Premier League outfit Liphakoe are dreaming big for their players. The 20-year-old Makapa starred for

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‘Coaches must broaden knowledge’

Maseru– Education is one of the keys in coaching because it ensures coaches are able to develop players to their full potential. It also helps coaches keep up with ever-changing

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Nkhasi misses out on IAAF World Championships

Maseru – Lesotho Olympian Namakoe Nkhasi endured a bittersweet Regional Senior Championships last weekend winning double gold but missing out on a spot at the 2017 IAAF World Championships. Nkhasi