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Top DCEO investigator on the ropes

… As chaos reigns at anti-corruption… MASERU – BARELY a month in office, the new boss of the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO), Attorney Mahlomola Manyokole, has already

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Being the King’s chief

MASERU – A VILLAGE Chief of Matsieng Chief Ramohlongoana Moonya says he feels honoured to be the Chief of King Letsie III. Moonya said he has been the Chief since

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Send your best wishes

MASERU – ROYAL Archives and Museum (RAM) board members say they are planning to give Basotho an opportunity to participate in King Letsie III’s birthday. Members said they will allow

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Keeping the King fit

MASERU – WHEN Nthabiseng ’Matlhokomelo Motjamela was called to be King Letsie III’s personal trainer she did not believe what she was hearing. It was in 2006, twelve years into

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Living with His Majesty

MASERU – NEIGHBOURS of King Letsie III say they are fortunate to live in the same village with him. Most of the villagers described him as a humble person who

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Our humble King

ON the virtues of our king, a day on a walk observing the king at a distance reveals the basic virtues the subjects know of in reverence. A humble man

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Clarification

In our issue of thepost dated June 6-12, 2019, we published a story headlined, Hospital of horror. The story was accompanied by a stand-alone picture of the World Bank’s representative

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Tribute to Tokase Mphutlane

Abel Chapatarongo Maseru – How do you tell a husband that his wife, who had only left home early that morning, is no more? How do you inform a father

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Matlama to consolidate lead

MASERU – Econet Premier League leaders Matlama will be looking to strengthen their grip on the title chase with a victory over Likhopo on Saturday. ‘Tse Putsoa’ are five points

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Textile workers down tools

MASERU – THE strike at Jonsson Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd, a textile firm in Maputsoe, enters the fourth day today as 3 500 workers vow to fight on. The Ministry of