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Muckracker1 week ago

Meet the new zealots

Someone should tell Uncle Sam and those around him that there is no political mileage to be gained from having...

Muckracker1 week ago

Running chiskops

Whoever told our police and the army that Basotho are thrilled with them running in our streets in the morning...

Muckracker2 weeks ago

Ts’olo’s phuza face

The lesson from the Frazer Solar saga is that a country should never appoint empty heads to strategic positions. Lesotho...

Muckracker2 weeks ago

Frazer Solar’s silly jokes

It’s a notorious fact that Muckraker dislikes Frazer Solar, that Mickey Mouse company trying to do a M2 billion heist...

Muckracker2 weeks ago

Spooked by Uncle Sam’s amnesty

MUCKRAKER knew it was only a matter of time before someone screamed about something in Uncle Sam’s speech. They are...

Muckracker3 weeks ago

Whose Moses?

Muckraker knows the excitement that has come with Uncle Sam’s election. It’s fine. Hope is good for the soul. But...

Muckracker3 weeks ago

DJ Waters runs dry

Muckraker has always known that some political leaders will have a torrid time after the election. Watch them now as...

Muckracker3 weeks ago

They have started

Hear, hear, hear. Those people have started. Which ones? Hypocrites! Those who don’t vote but think their voice matters in...

Muckracker4 weeks ago

’Metse can bite you

Lesotho is capable of many things. But no country beats us when it comes to raising the standards of incompetence....

Muckracker4 weeks ago

Pray for DC

After years of skiving, Muckraker will be attending church this weekend for some marathon prayers. She will be at the...

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News

News2 hours ago

Infighting rocks BNP

MASERU – THE Basotho National Party (BNP) has become the latest party to be rocked by infighting triggered by its...

Business17 hours ago

Vodacom gives to schools

MASERU – FIVE schools in Malea-Lea area in Mafeteng received a gift of 20 computers from the Vodacom Lesotho Foundation...

Insight1 day ago

Shimmer Chinodya speaks

Shimmer Chinodya’s internationally acclaimed novel published in 1989, Harvest of Thorns, was adapted for stage and presented during the 2013...

Insight1 day ago

Resuscitate economic labs

I think there is a civil servant living in my house because every time I buy a box of biscuits,...

Comment2 days ago

A national emergency

ELSEWHERE in this issue we carry a heart-breaking story of scores of students who have been forced to pull out...

Insight2 days ago

Deportations are a wake-up call

Last week South Africa’s Minister of Home Affairs, Aaron Motswaledi, ordered a crackdown against all undocumented foreigners staying in the...

News2 days ago

The high cost of school drop-outs

MASERU – ’MATŠEPANG Sello has gone for 14 months without a salary and life is spiraling into a struggle since...

News2 days ago

Basotho migrant workers deported

MASERU – Limpho Kanetsi was working at a factory in Newcastle, South Africa, when she heard that the police had...

News2 days ago

‘Employer has no right to reject resignation letter’

MASERU – NOBENDI Gugushe expected her resignation from the Ministry of Mining to be finalised. The next call from the...

News2 days ago

The plight of street vendors

MASERU – IN Maseru, market places are piled up with stock for weekend customers. Shops are bursting with even more...

News2 days ago

Playing games with your taste buds

ROMA – LERATO Mohasi’s canned vegetables do not only have an inviting look, the taste will play games with your...

News2 days ago

Rogue soldier loses bid to save job

MASERU – A soldier who insulted his superior for stopping him from joining a crowd that later killed a civilian...

News2 days ago

A shoe brand with style

MASERU – FALL down seven times, rise up eight. This Japanese adage sums up Masibo Mohlakola’s journey in the treacherous...

News2 days ago

Nigerian couple in trouble over school

QACHA’S NEK – A Nigerian couple appeared in the Qacha’s Nek Magistrates’ Court this week for running an unregistered school....