A simple way to test cow milk

ROMA-MOEKETSI Ntakatsane, a National University of Lesotho (NUL) science graduate, has an interesting method that can test if a cow’s milk has antibiotics in just nine to 15 hours.Antibiotics are

Machesetsa using ‘dirty tactics’, says Leuta

MASERU-OUSTED Basotho National Party (BNP) secretary general, Lesojane Leuta, has accused the party’s deputy leader, Machesetsa Mofomobe, of using dirty tactics in the succession race.Leuta is among six other candidates

Beautician, poet at 16

MASERU-AT only 16, Relebohile Tapole is confident to discuss the dos and don’ts of running a business.Tapole, a Grade 12 student at New Millennium High School in Maseru, is starting

Woman sets leadership example

BEREA-WOMEN in leadership should make their influence count, and use their positions to uplift communities, said ’Matšitso Rapopo, a Phuthiatsana local government councilor. Hailing from the small village of Ha-Rapopo


Keep working hard and doing good

… a woman’s story of grief, tribulations, forgiveness and triumph LIMPHO Maema would have been a medical doctor if the cruel hand of fate had not intervened. She had just


ABC splits

MASERU-THE All Basotho Convention (ABC) has finally collapsed and might take the government down with it.Deputy Leader Professor Nqosa Mahao is working with ABC functionaries, MPs and supporters to form


Three injured in factory protests

MASERU-THREE factory workers were injured during violent clashes with the police in the Thetsane industrial area yesterday.The workers were later admitted at Queen ’Mamohato Memorial Hospital.The police ordered the demonstrators


Johnson & Johnson vaccines for Lesotho

MASERU-HEALTH Minister Semano Sekatle says Lesotho has paid a deposit of M25 million to buy 1.1 million Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines.The vaccines will be delivered early next month.Sekatle told


Knives out for Motsephe

MASERU-THE battalion of critics within the Basotho National Party (BNP) have sharpened their long knives against ‘Malineo Motsephe.They want her out of the electoral race, pronto. They argue that at


BNP fight turns nasty

MASERU-TWO candidates vying to lead the Basotho National Party (BNP), ’Malineo Matsephe and ’Mota Nkuatsana, are in trouble for allegedly “bringing the party into disrepute”.The party’s secretary general, Tšepo Lethobane,