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Resolve factory workers’ strike

THE violent strike by factory workers around the country has left two people dead with scores others seriously injured.One person was run over by a truck during the protests while

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Negativity: Part 3

I’M going to tail off my discussion of this subject by discussing the book Hope Without Optimism (2015) by Terry Eagleton.To remind you of what I said two weeks ago,

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MP survives shooting

MASERU -A Movement for Economic Change (MEC) MP survived death by a whisker when his car was sprayed with bullets in Mafeteng on Tuesday night.Thabo Mahapu Ramatla, 38, who has

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Lawyer withdrawn

MASERU – A lawyer appointed by the High Court to defend soldiers charged with the murder of Lieutenant General Maaparankoe Mahao has been withdrawn after it became clear he was

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Lesotho receives new batch of vaccines

MASERU – LESOTHO received 36 000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccines on Monday as the country stepped up its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.The second batch of vaccines are a

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Vodacom appoints new MD

MASERU – VODACOM Lesotho has appointed Mohale Ralebitso as its new Managing Director starting from Tuesday.Ralebitso is an experienced business leader with over 24-years’ experience in the fields of telecommunications,

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Majoro’s private secretary fired

MASERU – PRIME Minister Moeketsi Majoro this week wielded the axe on his private secretary, ’Mantsikoe Nkhasi, for joining Tefo Mapesela’s Basotho Patriotic Party (BPP).He also sent on forced leave

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Ban on car clearing agent lifted

MASERU – THE government has reversed the decision to ban BeForward, a popular Japanese company, from exporting cars to Lesotho.The government banned imports from BeForward in November last year following

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Avian flu hits Lesotho

MASERU – LESOTHO this week banned the import and export of chickens after an outbreak of the avian flu in the country.The ban comes after several regions in South Africa

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Snuffed out in their prime

MASERU – Pitso Mochela, 31, a factory worker, had just had lunch with his wife when he left his home in Thetsane.Mochela’s sister, Litlhare Mothala, told thepost this week that