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Uprising looms

Chaos is a little understood fact simply because it is often conveniently ignored when fortune favours one side and is uncomfortable for the other at a given point in time.

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Selective justice is injustice

WE have seen in recent times several incidents that would seem to suggest there is rampant selective application of the law in Lesotho. The result has been injustice for certain

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Vladimir Putin’s plea

Donald Trump writes in tweets, with more exclamation marks than a thirteen-year-old girl’s diary. Nobody knows for sure whether his very limited vocabulary is due to concern for his intended

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Down with evil men – Part 2

As British commander during the siege of Mafeking (now spelled Mafikeng, Setswana for “place of stones”) Baden-Powell was responsible for the brutal neglect of the black population who stood as

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The voice of a generation

We have heard of the tales of men and have read of their words and what we find is that there has to be some salient quality that defines the

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Justice for the NSS Squad of 2016

In 2016 over 80 recruits were hired by the National Security Service (NSS) as permanent and pensionable employees. As I write this article this NSS Squad of 2016 are unemployed

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A false sense of hope

My business partner tells me that whilst waiting for his car to be washed at a car wash in Borokhoaneng, a local businessman named Ntate Moliko Mothepu arrived and the

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Down with evil men – Part 1

THIS week and next I want to talk about something historically important that is going down right now. I’m referring to the toppling of statues of evil men — in

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Lesotho or Nigeria?-Part 4

Last week I left myself at Lagos airport (a remarkable act of masochism). Into the car and we drove off to the hotel. First, the thrill of seeing huge cargo

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A crane is a sign of development

At what point does one assist to push a car that has a breakdown at a busy intersection?Okay, let me put it this way. Let’s say a 4+1 taxi gets