Forced vaccines challenged

MASERU – A new law forcing all workers to be vaccinated for Covid-19 is facing a legal challenge, thepost can reveal.The government has announced that all employees, whether private or


Lioli boss says they settled Sefoli debt

MASERU – Lioli president Lebohang Thotanyana claims the club has paid an undisclosed amount to former player Thato Sefoli, as ordered by world football’s governing body, FIFA, earlier this year.In


A tough year for sport

MASERU – Many people in the sports industry have described 2021 as their most difficult year, not only because they battled a pandemic but because their mental health took a


Central Bank donates tablets to schools

MASERU – THE Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL) yesterday donated 40 electronic tablets to students with dual sensory impairment at St Catherine’s and Mount Royal High Schools. Speaking at a


Hospitality sector owed M17 million from Games

MASERU – Hospitality businesses that provided accommodation for the African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 Games earlier this month are still unpaid for the services they provided and they


Thakalekoala dies

MASERU – Thabo Thakalekoala, who died on Tuesday after a long illness, will be remembered as a fighter for press freedom and rights of journalists.At a time when journalists were


Shot in the arm for Africa vaccine push

MASERU – THE Mastercard Foundation working with the Africa Centre for Disease Control (CDC) say they are buying 65 million vaccines to fight Covid-19 pandemic.The first batch of 151 200


Bricks from plastic and sand!

ROMA – His bricks are not made of cement or crushed stone. Not even water. It’s just plastic waste and sand.Tšehla Kata, a former student of the National University of


NULified brains

THE spoiled adults at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) or somewhere thereabouts are hopping mad over Muckraker’s rather modest barbs last week. One of them was so inconsolable that


ABC must get their priorities straight

AT the time of writing it was still not clear if the embattled All Basotho Convention (ABC) party had called a special conference to “deal” with Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro.The