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Muckracker4 days ago

The mounted police of murder

A primary school teacher recently gave her students homework. They were to ask their parents about their jobs and present...

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The power from NUL

MUCKRAKER has been having sleepless nights as she struggles to understand why the NMDS (Notorious Manpower Damage Secretariat) always does...

Muckracker2 weeks ago

Here comes the Feselady

The Feselady is now officially in the ABC’s structures after being elected chairperson of Mokhotlong constituency. She was elected via...

Muckracker2 weeks ago

Presstitutes on the run

THERE is chaos in Lesotho’s radio stations. Presenters and managers are running helter-skelter. Some are having panic attacks. The reason...

Muckracker2 weeks ago

Sekhamane being schooled

If Bra Sam thinks he can get rid of corruption and nepotism he should ask Sekhamane, that former teacher who...

Muckracker2 weeks ago

Bra Sam’s jokes

Two monkeys were seen rolling with laughter in Sehlabathebe last week. They were listening to the radio. It was Bra...

Muckracker2 weeks ago

Socialist riff-raff

THE Socialist Revolutionaries are hopping mad over Muckraker’s rather kind jibe a few weeks ago. Some have been clogging Muckraker’s...

Muckracker4 weeks ago

When thieves sing the national anthem

Muckraker is begging Lesotho’s politicians to stop singing the first line of our national anthem. Those words are not reflected...

Muckracker4 weeks ago

Mind your heart

A little word to all those zealots who have made it their business to get angry on behalf of their...

Muckracker4 weeks ago

How to lie like a politician

This one is a classic from the aeons long forgotten but remains as relevant as a Honda Fit. No reason...

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BNP wins rescission order against SG

MASERU – THE Basotho National Party (BNP) this week successfully applied for a rescission of a court order that would...

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Mafeteng magistrates’ court records burnt

MASERU – A fire gutted the records section of the Mafeteng Magistrate’s Court last week. The police suspect it was...

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Speaker attacks portfolio committees

MASERU – SPEAKER of Parliament Sephiri Motanyane has lambasted portfolio committees for their shoddy work. Motanyane expressed his disappointment with...

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ABC heavyweights in near fist-fight

MASERU – THE Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office Likopo Mahase and the All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s secretary general, Lebohang...

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More pain at the till

MASERU – RETAILERS have long mastered the psychology behind shopping. They know which buttons to press for customers to spend...

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Punching above its weight

MASERU – ACROSS the world, the outbreak of Covid-19 and attendant challenges massively disrupted access to Sexual and Reproductive Health...

Insight4 days ago

Fatherhood in literature

A few days ago on the 19th of June was Father’s Day. I am told that Father’s Day is a...

Innovation4 days ago

Soil loss and road construction

ROMA – ONE of the most overlooked causes of soil erosion is road construction, according to Dr ’Mamohau Thamae. “Even...

News4 days ago

Broadcasting Code gets nod

MASERU – A parliamentary committee has recommended the Ministry of Communications should facilitate short training courses for media practitioners in...

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Pushing dream of reunification

  KORO-KORO – FOR decades, the question of Lesotho being part of South Africa has stubbornly refused to go away....

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Lighting way to success

LERIBE – BEFORE 2018, ’Mataaso Mapuru-Mohale had no business with candles. Then she visited a restaurant for lunch. “They had...

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Mosisili quells payment dispute

QACHA’S NEK – IT took the swift intervention of former Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili to quell a dispute over compensation...

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Media companies gang up against new rules

MASERU – Seven media companies yesterday ganged up against the Broadcasting Code 2022 that requires all radio presenters to acquire...

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Mokhothu says will jerk up police promotions

MASERU – DEMOCRATIC Congress (DC) leader, Mathibeli Mokhothu, says his government will stamp out corruption in police promotions. Addressing a...