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Detained officer picks documents from home

MASERU-Superintendent Thabo Tšukulu, who has been in remand prison for three years, was allowed to visit his home on Tuesday to pick up what he says were crucial documents for

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Back to Eden

ROMA-A National University of Lesotho (NUL) Physics and Mathematics graduate has found his niche in farming.Ntoahae Makhoa has set up big structures and secured large fields where he produces tomatoes,

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The chawing of ‘Maesaiah

“It’s a partyyyyyy! To the right, to the left. Now get down. Raise your hands and say: Tonight is the night!” Don’t you dare move a limp because that is

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Lehloenya and his beard

SOME things are just useless. Look at how Teboho Lehloenya’s long and busy beard dismally failed to save him from being fired as a deputy speaker. It took just a

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The voice of a generation

We have heard of the tales of men and have read of their words and what we find is that there has to be some salient quality that defines the

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Justice for the NSS Squad of 2016

In 2016 over 80 recruits were hired by the National Security Service (NSS) as permanent and pensionable employees. As I write this article this NSS Squad of 2016 are unemployed

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A false sense of hope

My business partner tells me that whilst waiting for his car to be washed at a car wash in Borokhoaneng, a local businessman named Ntate Moliko Mothepu arrived and the

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Step up battle against Covid-19

LESOTHO recorded five more Covid-19 positive cases this week taking the total of positive cases to 17. Of these new cases, three individuals had recently travelled to South Africa while

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Down with evil men – Part 1

THIS week and next I want to talk about something historically important that is going down right now. I’m referring to the toppling of statues of evil men — in

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Farmers’ roll back hunger

……‘Block farming scheme is the best way to beat hunger’….. MAFETENG-Smallholder farmers who have entered into a block farming arrangement with the government say the project could be their best