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Abattoir fights liquidation

Rapelang Mosae MASERU – MERAKA Lesotho Abattoir and Feedlot, a Lesotho and China intergovernmental abattoir,  is fighting liquidation in the Commercial Court after it failed to pay its livestock supplier

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Sindiwe Magona: The Voice

Tsepiso S Mothibi The issue of women’s rights wears many faces, has many facets and levels of understanding that are oftentimes a little understood, or, comprehended by males in our

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Credit bureau makes progress

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU – LESOTHO’s credit bureau now has records of more than 100 000 individuals which local commercial banks are already using to assess risk and decide on who

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Famo music: the past, the politics and the future

By Ntsikoe E Likiki      With its unparalleled use of the accordion instrument, command of praise poetry and storytelling ability, Famo music has for many decades captured the culture and lifestyles

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Blanket amnesty

Rapelang Mosae THE government of Lesotho recently released a statement on its stance on the findings and recommendations of the SADC Commission of Enquiry. The statement was particularly detailed and

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The people shall have access to clean water

By Motlatsi Thabane Half-a-century after independence, planning and distribution of basic necessities of healthy living remains inflexibly biased towards Lesotho’s elite who live in Maseru and other urban areas. The

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My friend the King

…. Sweet memories that mellows a heart   WHAT did King Letsie III get up to when he was a little boy? That is a tough question to answer in

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The invisible economy

Tsepiso S. Mothibi There is a clearly visible gap in the economy of Lesotho and in the economies of other small or low income countries on the African continent. Reliant

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The factory worker

By T. S. Mothibi She travels a road many a queasy male counterparts are afraid of following on a daily basis. From her single room in one of the various