Simulating silliness

SOME THINGS are just obvious. There is no debate that this government is now a one-legged horse being dragged to its grave. We don’t need a sangoma to confirm that


LMPS cruises past Sefotha-fotha

MASERU – LESOTHO Mounted Police Service (LMPS) registered a 2-1 victory over Sefotha-fotha on Wednesday in an Econet Premier League match played at Police Training College (PTC) thanks to goals from


MGC pumps M500 000 into Roof of Africa

MASERU –  Matekane Group of Companies (MGC) has pumped a total of M540 000 into next month’s 2019 Roof of Africa motorbike race. This year’s showpiece will run from December 4


FIFA boss to visit Lesotho

MASERU – The Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) will host FIFA president Gianni Infantino next week Tuesday in what will be his first-ever visit to Lesotho. Infantino’s stopover was announced on Wednesday


Metropolitan, Basutoland Ink boost league teams

MASERU – Metropolitan Lesotho and Basutoland Ink have joined forces to sponsor five Econet Premier League teams with kits for this season. Metropolitan has put down M500 000 and each team


Flicker of hope

MASERU – WHEN the draw for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers was made in July, Lesotho was placed in Group L alongside Benin, Sierra Leone and African powerhouses,


Redskins crowned 2019 volleyball champions

MASERU – Volleyball heavyweights Redskins were crowned 2019 Metropolitan LVA League champions in both the men’s and women’s sections after the fourth and final league tournament held last weekend at Police


Using financial indicators to track performance

WHEN tracking the performance of an organisation using the balanced scorecard, managers review the performance of the business from four perspectives which are innovation and learning, internal processes, customer and


Timely boost for economic reforms

MASERU  – DESPITE being the nerve centre of the law making process the Ministry of Law and Constitutional Affairs has been left to make do with archaic and broken computers. The


The rags don’t pay anymore

MASERU – IN the second hand clothes business, the good old days are gone. When her husband retired in 2009, ’Mabokang Makena took over as the sole provider of the family.