Asking the right questions

Run the age of the philosopher through the perspective of the modern or current moment in time. Go on and have a look to make an analysis at the history


We reward mediocrity and punish excellence

About a month ago, whilst having coffee with my business partner at Ouh la la Café, in Maseru, we happened to be joined by one of our good friends named


Stay vigilant

THE government’s decision to impose a three-week lockdown, which was the best way to contain the spread of the deadly Covid-19, has been a disaster for business. The lockdown, while


Food for thought- Part 4

I’ll close this piece (wow, haven’t I gone on?) with a few restaurant stories.First, Maseru, in a fine Portuguese restaurant the name of which I’ve forgotten. I went for lunch


A corona hygiene bucket

ROMA-THIS brilliant Corona Hygiene Bucket uses technology to ensure you don’t touch anything — while washing your hands — to reduce chances of catching coronavirus. The bucket has no tap


Law Society told to tackle army excesses

MASERU-THE Law Society of Lesotho has been urged to file an urgent application in the High Court interdicting the army commander and the police commissioner from assaulting people. The call


The gift that keeps on giving

. . . as Nthane Holdings comes to the rescue MOHALE’S HOEK -FOR a blind couple living in Qalakheng in Mohale’s Hoek, the lockdown has made a bad situation worse.Before


Autistic kids hit hard by lockdown

MASERU-AS many Basotho try to come to terms with how to survive the inconveniences brought about by the lockdown, children with autism are some of the worst affected. With schools


Lockdown deepens poverty

MASERU-THE Covid-19-induced lockdown has increased by almost 50 percent the numbers of food insecure households in Lesotho’s urban and rural areas. That is according to a Covid-19 policy document issued


LRA misses its target

MASERU-THE Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA), missed its target of M7.5 billion by M591.8 million, according to a statement released on Monday.The revenue authority remitted net collections of M6.9 billion for