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Seizing the opportunity

MASERU IT was the fear of what would happen after retirement that gave her sleepless nights.What if her pension was not big enough to take care of her needs? Would

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ABC, DC row escalates

MASERU-THE coalition government could be headed for stormy times after squabbles between the two main ruling partners escalated this week.The All Basotho Convention (ABC) and the Democratic Congress (DC) have

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Covid-19 rocks Motebang Hospital

MASERU-MORE than half of workers at the Motebang Hospital in Leribe have been isolated after contracting Covid-19, the National Covid-19 Secretariat (Nacosec) has said. The Nacosec CEO Dr ’Malitaba Litaba

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Flying King liquidated

MASERU-FLYING King, the troubled second-hand vehicle agent, is being liquidated and its customers might never get their vehicles.Court documents seen by thepost reveal that the company is heavily indebted to

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Detained Bangladeshi man disappears

MASERU-A Bangladeshi man who was arrested and held in a holding cell at Moshoeshoe I International Airport has disappeared, Home Affairs Minister Motlalentoa Letsosa has said. Letsosa told a press

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Defiant LEPOSA spokesman suspended

MASERU-Constable Motlatsi Mofokeng, the spokesman for the Lesotho Police Staff Association (LEPOSA), was this week suspended from work after he allegedly defied Commissioner Holomo Molibeli’s orders. Constable Mofokeng went to

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Police ordered to return seized building material

MASERU-THE High Court has ordered the Commissioner of Police to release building material worth M750 000 which was seized by the police in 2011.It has also ordered the police to

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Grade 7 students given a bye

MASERU-ALL Grade Seven students who were supposedto sit for their end-of-year exams arebeing promoted to the next grade due to disruptionsexperienced in schools because ofthe Covid-19 pandemic. The announcement was

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Old, satisfied with days

BUTHA-BUTHE-At 102 years old, Matela Motuba, a World War II veteran, has seen it all to the extent that he sometimes feels his time is nearly up.He has seen the

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Passport headache for Basotho

MASERU-HOME Affairs Minister Motlalentoa Letsosa says Basotho who have been fined and had their passports endorsed for overstaying in South Africa should not apply for new ones. In the past