Bedroom matters are private

Frank opinion is the core of the ethos of the columnist, and it should be executed in such a manner that it addresses the issue in stark terms without bias


We need collective action among the youth

It might seem like old news. Actually, in the standards of today’s fast paced environment it is old news. However, I have lately been pondering on the demonstrations by the


Strengthen political party youth leagues

A report on Youth, political participation and decision-making done by the United Nations argues that “there is strong evidence that the participation of young people in formal, institutional political processes


Future belongs to leaders who put their people first!

IT seems Prime Minister Thomas Thabane is now a globetrotter. Last month he travelled the United Nations General Assembly in New York to address world leaders while back home his


Look who killed our fun

Oops, it has happened again! Teboho Lehloenya, the deputy headmaster of our overrated kindergarten (also known as the parliament) has contrived to stop a fist fight between two quarrelling MPs.


Rampant Bantu clobbers Lifofane

MASERU – Bantu moved to the top of the Econet Premier League, at least for 24 hours, after a thunderous 4-0 thumping of newly-promoted Lifofane on Wednesday at Setsoto Stadium.


Phamotse launches Youth Games

MASERU – Minister of Sports, Dr. Mahali Phamotse, officially launched the 2020 African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games at ‘Manthabiseng Convention Centre last Friday. The regional showpiece


Mammoth unveils Likhopo kit

MASERU – Mammoth Employee Benefits has officially unveiled Likhopo’s new kit for the 2019/20 season. Three weeks ago, the company announced a one-year performance based sponsorship of the Econet Premier


All is well

MASERU – THE Ministry of Gender and Youth, Sports and Recreation has allayed fears that next year’s 2020 AUSC Region 5 Youth Games in Maseru may be in danger. Earlier


LSRC members want answers

MASERU – SPORTS federations that are members of Lesotho Sport and Recreation Commission (LSRC) want to meet the Minister of Sport Dr. Mahali Phamotse to discuss the commission’s financial troubles.