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Doing away with bad habits

A long queue that stretches as far as the middle of the mall, excitement amongst those that are waiting in line to get into the liquor shop, and the realisation

Insight

Young ministers a big letdown

We can all attest to the fact that Lesotho’s political landscape has become nothing but a mess that has left the nation confused. One never really knows whether we’re moving

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Majoro’s ‘to do’ list

DR Moeketsi Majoro, who was sworn in as Lesotho’s next Prime Minister this week, comes into power at a perilous time for Lesotho.In his in-tray, Majoro will find a long

Insight

Senkatana -Part 3

As I’ve mentioned several times in my review of Mofokeng’s Senkatana,  although  it achieves a high degree of dramatic tension and there are vibrant theatrical moments, it is an extremely

Sports

For the love of the game

MASERU-Tšenola businessman Lekhooa Katiba has spent close to M20 000 of his own money to help his local team, ACE Maseru, since he started sponsoring the team in 2018. Katiba

Sports

Youth games in limbo

MASERU-The future of the African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games is set to be decided when the next ministerial conference with all representatives from participating countries is

Sports

Shoes: the Lioli legend

 MASERU-If you mention the name Mosholi Mokhothu to any Lioli fan their face lights up.The most successful coach in the club’s history, Mokhothu’s name brings joy and pride to ‘Tse

Opinions

The moment for leadership is now

Continued6.      The Uncertainty of Covid-19Covid-19 is new and we have much to learn about it. We do not know if people who have recovered from it are vulnerable to further

Opinions

What Majoro must do

The coalition government led by Prime Minister Thomas Thabane collapsed last week after some key coalition partners withdrew from the government on May 11, 2020. This brings to an end

News

Majoro warned over bloated cabinet

 MASERU-THE civil society and the opposition have urged Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro to have a small cabinet.   Prime Ministers Thomas Thabane and Pakalitha Mosisili had bloated cabinets that drained government