Building walls, painting walls

Built brick by brick, each brick bonded to the next by mortar, what was previously an empty space now boasts a semblance of structure; a wall that will be joined


Ways organisations can celebrate employees

Appreciation is a fundamental human need. The truth is, everyone has a need to be respected and valued for their contribution. Whether you are an individual or member of a


Sacrifices are a toll on way to success!

The influential American ratings agency Standard and Poor’s decided to hold off awarding South Africa junk investment status. You are wrong to think this calls for a celebration. The deterioration


How to prevent business failure – Part 2

Most businesses fail not because they don’t have a good product but because they fail to bring out their value proposition; that is, an innovation, service, or feature intended to


Econet appreciates customers

MASERU – ECONET Telecom Lesotho (ETL) is hosting a customer appreciation week at Maseru Mall as part of its initiative to thank customers. The event which started on Tuesday this


AWF approves M29.8m water project

Staff Reporter MASERU – The African Water Facility (AWF) has approved a grant of about €2 million (approximately M29.8 million) to support a multinational trans-boundary water project. The grant aims


FNB launches ‘mini-ATMs’

Rose Moremoholo MASERU BRINGING the bank to the unbanked is what will keep the financial banking system afloat for many years to come, according to First National Bank (FNB) Lesotho.


The Gambia: a short billion years

“We will win the biggest landslide this country has ever seen,” said The Gambia’s President Yahya Jammeh before the small West African country’s recent election, and he had every reason


Keep eyes on the ball

PRIME Minister Pakalitha Mosisili last weekend suggested Lesotho could go for a general election next year to unlock the country’s current political logjam. Mosisili spoke at the Democratic Congress (DC)


In memory of Fidel Castro

Pretty young but having seen the injustices of this world in the name of capitalist progress, I have come to realise that Karl Marx’s Das Kapital was not a lie