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‘Gangsters rehabilitated’

MASERU – THEY have been in detention for the past three months with the army trying to rehabilitate them.Now the Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) boss, Lieutenant General Mojalefa Letsoela, believes

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Top BNP official suspended

MASERU – THE Basotho National Party (BNP) secretary general, Tšepo Lethobane, was suspended last week after he allegedly embezzled party funds.The party’s spokesperson, ’Masetota Leshota, confirmed the development to thepost


World Bank praises Lesotho’s social protection policies

MASERU – AT least 49.7 percent of Lesotho’s population lives below the national poverty line with about a quarter of the population living in extreme poverty.That is according to a

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The duck business

MASERU – WHEN Thabiso Matšoele, a teacher at Mahobong High School, quit alcohol six years ago, farming became his new hobby.Born and raised in Mohope, Mahobong, the 42-year-old has become


Premier League second round kicks off this weekend

MASERU – The second round of the 2020/21 Vodacom Premier League season is set to kick-off this weekend but defending champions Bantu will not be involved.Bantu were scheduled to play


Lesotho Olympic squad named

MASERU – The Lesotho National Olympic Committee (LNOC) has confirmed a seven member delegation that will travel to Tokyo, Japan, for the Olympic Games later this month.The delegation includes two


Crunch tie for Likuena

MASERU – Lesotho faces a crunch game today against Zambia as Likuena fight to keep their COSAFA Cup hopes alive.The match comes after Likuena’s opening game loss to Eswatini on


Hand-picked illiterates

It was only a matter of time before those who participated in the Frazer Solar scandal started singing and pointing long fingers at each other.While we have always known that


It’s because of beer

Someone should tell Tšolo to either shut up or come clean about his role in the solar deal scandal. Either that or he should find a cave or hole in


A search for the beautyful ones

With his first novel, The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born, published in 1968, Ghana’s Ayi Kwei Armah suddenly became a household name across the world until to this day.Seeing