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The future is what you make it

MASERU ELIZA Matšumunyane’s face lights up when she talks about her shares in Sekhametsi Investment Consortium (SMIC).“I made the investment by chance. Maybe it was luck,” Matšumunyane says.Yet she will

Thabane plots Majoro ouster

MASERU-FORMER Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s attempt to oust Moeketsi Majoro as premier has suffered a massive blow.This after the All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s national executive committee voted against his proposal

Nurses plead for help

MASERU-THE Lesotho Nurses Association (LNA) says the Covid-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc among health professionals with at least 50 workers being infected with the virus. In a statement on Tuesday,

Army to enforce Covid regulations

MASERU-THE government says it will deploy the army and police to enforce Covid-19 regulations following a dramatic surge of infections countrywide. The announcement was made by Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro

Tributes pour in for Chakela

MASERU-TRIBUTES poured in this week following the death of notorious famo music gangster Mosotho Chakela on Tuesday.Chakela died in Bloemfontein on Tuesday due to complications related to Covid-19. Nteei Ts’ehlana,

Chakela dies

MASERU-FEARED famo music gangster and the suspected kingpin in the Lipolelo Thabane murder case, Rethabile Mokete, better known as Mosotho Chakela, has died of Covid-19.Chakela died on Tuesday in Bloemfontein

Minister blasts Masoetsa

MASERU-THE All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s spokesperson Montoeli Masoetsa has been accused of attending a constituency meeting without an invitation. Finance Minister Thabo Sofonea says Masoetsa insisted on being present at

Covid routs health centres

MASERU-AT least 20 workers at church-run health centres in Lesotho tested positive for Covid-19 between Christmas and New Year’s Day, as the pandemic begins to wreak havoc in the country.The

Covid-hit Lerotholi Polytechnic shut down

MASERU-LEROTHOLI Polytechnic was shut down on Tuesday after its bursar allegedly succumbed to Covid-19 on Monday.The head of the institution, Professor Tlali Sepiriti, said they are still waiting for Covid-19

Power to the people!

MASERU-THE days when Lesotho used to rely on electricity imports for its needs could soon be over after Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro launched the Ha-Ramarothole Solar Power project two weeks