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Rakuoane lashes Speaker

MASERU – LAWYER and politician, Advocate Lekhetho Rakuoane, says the Speaker of Parliament had no legal basis to lean on in his decision to postpone the vote of no confidence

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MPs to challenge Speaker

MASERU – A group of MPs are plotting an urgent legal challenge to the decision to close parliament indefinitely. The target of the MPs’ lawsuit will be the Speaker of

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Big blow for Thabane

MASERU – IN a major blow for Prime Minister Thomas Thabane, the High Court has ruled that Professor Nqosa Mahao’s camp is the rightful executive committee of the All Basotho

Sports

Likuena crash out

Likuena’s dream to lift the Cosafa Cup ended in tears last night when it fell 2-1 to Botswana at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban. With the victory, Botswana secured

Sports

The party continues at Matlama

MASERU -The party continues for Matlama after their historic league title triumph last month. After waiting 10 years to claim Lesotho’s biggest football crown, ‘Tse Putsoa’ finally erased the pain

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‘Stay away from drugs’

MASERU -Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) secretary general Mokhosi Mohapi has fired a fierce warning to footballers in the country that LEFA will no longer defend players when it comes to

Sports

Botsane wins Kick4Life’s Player of the Year gong

MASERU -It’s been a long a journey but Kick4Life Football Club is happily 10 years old. After taking baby steps, falling and getting up, Kick4Life have endured the rollercoaster ride

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Botsane wins Kick4Life’s Player of the Year gong

MASERU -It’s been a long a journey but Kick4Life Football Club is happily 10 years old. After taking baby steps, falling and getting up, Kick4Life have endured the rollercoaster ride

Business

Board composition heart of good corporate governance

The recent corporate scandals and the failure of some big businesses, as a result of ineffective boards, has prompted investors to demand more accountability from the board of directors. The

Business

It pays to do e-banking!

MASERU -IT was prizes galore at Maseru Mall last Friday as Standard Lesotho Bank dished out M75 000 to some clients who used electronic banking platforms to pay school fees.