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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

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Driving change

MASERU – Jumping straight into the male-dominated world of football immediately after university is a daunting task for any youngster, let alone a woman, but it is a challenge Mamello

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Khotlele to compete at Tokyo games

MASERU – Lesotho Paralympic athlete Litšitso Khotlele is still expected to participate in the discus throw event at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo on Sunday.This is despite that Khotlele came

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Scrap football season and start afresh

The Vodacom Premier League season is on pause and the league finds itself in a quandary. The season has been suspended for almost a month now and there is still

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Top riders eye Lesotho Sky

The 10th edition of the Lesotho Sky Race is set to get underway next month after a year of hiatus because of the Covid-19 outbreak. The Lesotho Sky is one

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LDF Ladies seek to down Sundowns

MASERU – Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) Ladies begin their COSAFA Women’s Champions League campaign against South African champions Mamelodi Sundowns today in Durban.It is the first-ever edition of a regional

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Mehalalitoe to miss COSAFA tourney

MASERU – The Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) has opted against registering the country’s national women’s teams in international competitions for the rest of the year due to a lack of