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Covid ravages textile jobs

MAPUTSOE – HORDES of women crowd together at the gates of some Chinese-owned textile factories at the Maputsoe Industrial Estate.The risk of contracting Covid-19 takes less precedence than the dim

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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

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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

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Central Bank of Lesotho launches new notes

MASERU – THE Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL) on Tuesday launched redesigned Maloti notes that will begin circulating on the market from today.The notes have new security features that are

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Farmers slam quality of seeds

MASERU – FARMERS say they are not happy with the quality of seeds and fertilisers they received from some agro-dealers in the country this year.The Lesotho National Farmers Union (LENAFU)

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Prices of basics shoot up

MASERU – IT is a steep rise in the prices of basic commodities that has left most shoppers hopping mad.Individuals who spoke to thepost this week said they noticed a

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LNIG, Hollard team up

MASERU – THE Lesotho National Insurance Group (LNIG) has now teamed up with a global insurance giant Hollard Insurance.The company has also rebranded and will from now on be known

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BEDCO gets video conference equipment

MASERU – THE Basotho Enterprise Development Corporation (BEDCO) received three sets of video conferencing equipment last Friday.The equipment was received from the African Development Bank (AfDB) through the Economic Diversification

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Majoro urges SMMEs to innovate

MASERU – PRIME Minister Moeketsi Majoro says Small Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) should innovate to be sustainable and continue to create jobs.Speaking at the 16th Public-Private Consultative Forum last

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M2.6 million equipment for Fokothi

MASERU-THE Lerotholi Polytechnic College this week received equipment worth M2.6 million from the government. The consignment includes 52 computers as well as an array of tourism and hospitality equipment to